Passageways: Activating the Urban Alley through Architecture
presented by AIA Tennessee and the River City Company
Curated by Jared Hueter, AIA and Jason Ennis, Associate AIA
Passageways is a community outreach project of the 2016 AIA Tennessee State Convention held August 24-26 in Chattanooga, Tennessee. It is a public architecture exhibit focusing on the urban fabric that exists in the space between our city’s buildings. These forgotten and often times overlooked voids exist throughout our city. The intent of the exhibit is to exemplify the potential of these spaces and the benefits they have in creating a healthy urban environment throughout Chattanooga. All five winning installations can be found on the 700 blocks of Broad, Market and Cherry Streets in Downtown Chattanooga.LEARN MORE
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Creative Mornings: May
May 26, 2017
CreativeMornings is a monthly breakfast series for the creative community. Each event is free of charge, and includes a 20 minute talk, plus coffee!
Speaker details coming soon.Learn More about CreativeMornings Here
Picnic in the Passageways
May 26, 2017
Have lunch in Grass Garden Inversion (730 Cherry Street) every Friday in May with food trucks, music and fun activities. Picnic in the Passageways will be held every Friday in May from 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m with bright bistro seating for a unique lunchtime experience in Downtown Chattanooga.
On May 26th, enjoy food from California Smothered Burrito, music by Hip-Hop CHA and a special spin art demo with local artist Kevin Bate.