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Rhythms And Moves At The Hunter’s “Hip-Hop Fantasy”

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Hunter Museum of American Art

As the Hunter Museum of American Art celebrates 70 years here in Chattanooga, there is room for fantasy.

The summer exhibition at the Hunter is titled, “Enchanted: A History of Fantasy Illustration” - and one of the programs inspired by the exhibition is a hip-hop performance: “Hip-Hop Fantasy,” tomorrow night at 6 PM.

Adera Causey is the Hunter’s curator of education - and KG will be one of the dancers performing at “Hip-Hop Fantasy.”

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