Itty bitty artists ages 3-5 are invited to attend a special art making class designed for them and their adventurous adult caregiver! On the last Thursday of the month, child and adult duos can squish, build and create at the Hunter. Classes each month will focus on a different artwork in the museum and feature […]
Presented in partnership with CHI Memorial Hospital, this immersive experience will explore the intersection of art and climate justice as it impacts communities of color. Inspired by the work in Networked Nature, the evening will feature performances by composer Carl Cadwell of Summer Dregs, poet Erika Roberts and dancer Novek New (I). Free and open […]
Enjoy FREE admission to the Hunter’s permanent collection and our current special exhibition Networked Nature from the Carl & Marilynn Thoma Foundation. Generous support for Throwback Thursday provided by Art Bridges Foundation’s Access for All program.
Enjoy drop-in art experiences for kids and families and make your own work inspired by artworks at the Hunter. Regular admission applies; members and youth 17 & under are free. Admission to this program is also free with a Chattanooga Public Library card if you’re attending with children.
Students in grades 1-6 are invited to spend spring break getting creative at the Hunter! With three unique days of camp, participants will learn new art making techniques and expand their imaginative horizons as inspired by technology in the art of Networked Nature from the Carl & Marilynn Thoma Foundation. All art materials and snacks […]