St. Elmo's Inaugural Incline Art Crawl

On October 14 and 15, while Covenant students enjoyed a well-earned Fall Break, St. Elmo hosted the first ever Incline Art Crawl. The Art Crawl, free to the public, is a pop-up art gallery along the lower portion of the Incline Railway. With Lookout Mountain as a backdrop, the artwork is surrounded by beautiful October foliage, making the event all the more enjoyable.

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A Review of Consumption

The theater department has once again brought a somber, thought-provoking play to Covenant’s stage with their recent production of Consumption by Courtney Baron.In the span of an hour and fifteen minutes, four characters in four different parts of the country are united in a meditative dream state as they each suffer the final stages of consumption (now called tuberculosis) together.

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Art Professor Presents Sabbatical Work

I spend a lot of time thinking about places, but I also go places,” began Professor Jeffrey Morton on the evening of Wednesday, October 11, presenting the product of his sabbatical work. The pieces displayed in the Lucas Art Workshop are only a small representation of an almost ten-year-long project entitled “Thinking of a Place: Finding Home in the Wilderness.”

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Chattanooga Mini Maker Faire

On Sept. 9, 2017, artists, engineers, and scientists all mingled together resulting in the annual Chattanooga Mini Maker Faire. A maze of booths showcasing makers of all kinds covered the grounds at the First Tennessee Pavilion with ingenuity. The Chattanooga Mini Maker Faire is put on by CO.LAB, a nonprofit organization in southeast Tennessee whose goal is to encourage and enable entrepreneurs in their growth and success. The purpose of the Maker Faire is to promote makers and learners no matter where they are from. It is the pinnacle of the unexpected.

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Inmaterial: Cloth in Collaboration

On Thursday, Sept. 21, Jenine Shereos led a discussion about her art collection titled “Immaterial: Cloth in Collaboration,” which is currently on display in the Kresge second-floor gallery. She fielded questions about her art with humility and openness in her pleasant, soft-spoken manner. Jenine’s art reflects her graceful, unimposing personality, and leaves the thoughtful viewer with questions about man’s place in nature and art’s ability to bring the two closer together.

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Seaux Chill Seeks New Streets

Covenant College senior Nabil Ince, known on stage as Seaux Chill, dropped his third album titled Freedom Avenue last Spring and then hosted listening parties all over the country—even in France. This ground-breaking release became Seaux Chill’s first album available on all major listening and streaming services, but with prospective new projects in the works, Freedom Avenue is only the beginning.

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