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“If These Walls Could Talk…” Caps Coosa Mill Series
This fall’s series of performances at Coosa Mill here in Chattanooga concludes with an immersive experience.
Music, dance, installation art, aerials and projection lighting will fill the abandoned textile mill - animated by The Pop-up Project in the finale “If These Walls Could Talk.”
The dance and production nonprofit has curated the series, presented by Mill Town.
“If These Walls Could Talk” premieres on Friday, November 11th - and ends on Saturday, November 20th.
Jules Downum is director of The Pop-up Project, and Mattie Cofield is co-founder.