On Friday, November 10, from 3 p.m. to 3 a.m., if you wandered into the Lucas Art Workshop you would have entered a party. Music was playing and cool people were hanging out and eating snacks, but these people weren’t having a rave session. They were drawing.Read More
“With photography, you start with the chaotic world around you,” began Andrew O’Brien in his presentation on his art show titled Curtain Wall. O’Brien’s work is currently on display in the Kresge Library art gallery, and on the evening of October 25, he discussed the ideas and interests that drove him to take these photos.Read More
Heavy, hard, black, and twisted
are the pain and sorrow in this life.
All cannot possibly be sifted,
O Lord come and end the sting of strife.Read More
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.”Read More
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.Read More