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“Give Way To The Wind” In Downtown Chattanooga

“Give Way to the Wind”

If you’re inside the Chattanooga Convention Center these days, look up - and you’ll see a colorful 3D mobile hanging up high, in front of the entrance of the main banquet room.

“Give Way to the Wind” - which symbolizes the mulberry tree - is a collaboration between two artists: Anna Carll, who makes collages with fine art papers - and Claire Vassort, who paints on silk.

Together, they are known as 2CREATE - and with help on metal work from Michael Brandt, they created “Give Way to the Wind” - which they will celebrate with a formal unveiling next Tuesday.

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  • Claire Vassort and Anna Carll on “Give Way to the Wind.” Josiah Golson on “Festival” at Stove Works in Chattanooga. Ann Treadwell on the Chattanooga Jewish Film Series. These voices - and more - on this edition of “Scenic Roots.”
  • Now at Stove Works here in Chattanooga: “Festival.” This collection of contemporary pieces - which premiered a few days ago and will remain on display through Saturday - comes from Josiah Golson, the programs director at Stove Works.
  • “A Kaddish for Bernie Madoff” and “The Levys of Monticello” are among the titles that will be screened at this year’s Chattanooga Jewish Film Series. Five award-winning films - produced in this country, France and Israel - will be shown in person at the Jewish Cultural Center and virtually for the next five weeks - starting next Monday, August 22nd through Friday, September 23rd.