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“Until The Sun Rises” - Immersive Art This Fall at Coosa Mill

Setting the stage at Coosa Mill.
The Pop-up Project / Mill Town
Setting the stage at Coosa Mill.

This time last year, Coosa Mill sprang to life here in Chattanooga.

Inside the abandoned textile mill flowed music, dance, installation art, aerials and projection lighting for a series of performances, curated by The Pop-up Project and presented by Mill Town.

This fall, the immersive arts experience returns to Coosa Mill for “Until the Sun Rises” - opening Friday, November 3rd.

Jules Downum is director of The Pop-up Project.

Ethan Collier is president and CEO of Collier Construction, which is developing the Mill Town neighborhood.

Banner for “Until the Sun Rises” at Coosa Mill.
The Pop-up Project / Mill Town

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