4 bridges arts festival
Chattanooga’s premier visual arts festival kicks off April 16.
And, given our affinity for bridges and our plan to fill our downtown Chattanooga hotel with lots of original local art, we’re big fans of the 4 Bridges Arts Festival. This two-day event at the First Tennessee Pavilion showcases the works of 157 artists from 30 states. Their works run the gamut, from sculpture and jewelry to photography, ceramics and printmaking. There’ll also be live music, fun local eats, and plenty of chances to mix and mingle with fellow artists and art lovers. Named among the “Top 50 Fine Arts Fairs,” this not-to-be-missed event is just one more reason Chattanooga is a New South cultural hub.
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