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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Make Music Day Chattanooga
Jun 21, 2017
Make Music Day Chattanooga is a live, free musical celebration on June 21, the longest day of the year, with concerts on streets, sidewalks, and parks across the city.
In Neural Alley from 11am-1pm enjoy the Chattanooga Symphony and Opera & the CHAttanooga Girls Rock Camp Instrument Petting Zoo.
In Urban Chandelier from 3-6pm, you'll find Procrastinator’s Passageway, a variety of last minute musical additions.
In Garden Grass Inversion from 1–3pm, walk up to the Undaground Street Studio and sing or play and instrument to be included in an original song.Learn More about Make Music Day Here