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“Artists In The Wild” - And More - On Display At AVA

Outside AVA on Frazier Avenue in Chattanooga.
Olivia Ross
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Outside AVA on Frazier Avenue in Chattanooga.

What happens when artists collaborate with animals at Chattanooga Zoo?

The answer is “Artists in the Wild,” an exhibit now on display at the Association for Visual Arts on Frazier Avenue on Chattanooga’s North Shore.

Tim Goldsmith is curator and education director at AVA.

You can see AVA’s exhibits for “Artists in the Wild” and “Making the Ed Johnson Memorial” through Friday, October 22nd.

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