HOMEAbout UsCollection Outdoor IndoorProgramsProjects In Progress CompletedOpportunitiesProposals & Donations Resurgence: A Statement of Celebration by Albert Paley Painted in polychrome, these two gateway sculptures compliment each other at the Blue Goose Hollow Trailhead bordering the Tennessee River. Resurgence: A Statement of Celebration features two free-standing sculptures that visually interact to draw visitors to the Riverpark,…

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HOMEAbout UsCollection Outdoor IndoorProgramsProjects In Progress CompletedOpportunitiesProposals & Donations See Me Shine! by Greta Mclain A bright future for East Chattanooga families and children The Eastdale Neighborhood is a recipient of an Art in the Neighborhoods Program grant and has worked to bring a public artwork to East Chattanooga in 2018. The Wilcox Tunnel Project…

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HOMEAbout UsCollection Outdoor IndoorProgramsProjects In Progress CompletedOpportunitiesProposals & Donations Embrace the Future, Remember the Past by Eduardo Mendieta Spanning 30 feet in length and 5 feet in height, the mural depicts the communal past, present, and future while making a hopeful statement about diversity, peace and love. The Milliken Park Mural provides a dynamic visual…

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HOMEAbout UsCollection Outdoor IndoorProgramsProjects In Progress CompletedOpportunitiesProposals & Donations We Will Not be Satisfied Until by Meg Saligman In 2015, Public Art Chattanooga commissioned a mural to depict the past, present, and future vision for the city’s M.L. King District. The M.L. King Mural: We Will Not Be Satisfied Until is located at 300 East…

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HOMEAbout UsCollection Outdoor IndoorProgramsProjects In Progress CompletedOpportunitiesProposals & Donations MLK District Sculpture Exhibition Since the MLK Mural’s dedication in January 2016, MLK Boulevard has continued to see vibrant transformations. These enhancements contribute to the neighborhood’s unique identity, draw attention to the Big 9’s rich cultural history, and promote the economic growth of the boulevard. The…

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September 1, 2013 “Building Healthy Cities” Public Art Review November 1, 2012 ‘Main Terrain Art Park breaks new ground on the boundaries of public art” in Nooga.com September 25, 2012 Chattanooga Times Free Press Editorial on the Main Terrain in “Main Street park taking shape in Chattanooga” September 24, 2012 Main Terrain in the Times…

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HOMEAbout UsCollection Outdoor IndoorProgramsProjects In Progress CompletedOpportunitiesProposals & Donations 6th Biennial Sculpture Exhibition 2014 – 2016 Stay Updated Name* First * Last Email* Zip* Connect with Us Public Art Chattanooga (423) 643-7823 publicart@chattanooga.gov Visiting Public Art Chattanooga around the city? Tag us @publicartchattanooga!

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HOMEAbout UsCollection Outdoor IndoorProgramsProjects In Progress CompletedOpportunitiesProposals & Donations 5th Biennial Sculpture Exhibition 2012-2014 The Biennial Sculpture Exhibition, a rotating outdoor exhibition, continues to be an integral part of Chattanooga’s growing public art program. The inaugural exhibition was initiated in May 2005 at the First Street Corridor, which was the site of one of three…

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