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Where “Familiar Strangers” Gather To Unlock Art Universal

“Eiffel Tower” by Robert Schoolfield.
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“Eiffel Tower” by Robert Schoolfield.

An art exhibition here in Chattanooga celebrates the creator in each of us.

“Familiar Strangers” - founded by Robert Schoolfield - features works by him, and from three friends and collaborators: Jet Smith, Matthew Cook and Landon Marshall.

The exhibition takes place Friday - starting at 5:30 PM - at 7616 Lee Highway.

“Familiar Strangers” poster.
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