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“Territorial: The Land and Us,” An Exhibition At Stove Works

A work by LaRissa Rogers, part of “Territorial.”
Stacey Evans / via Stove Works
A work by LaRissa Rogers, part of “Territorial.”

A group exhibition coming to Stove Works here in Chattanooga examines our relationship with land - and with each other - through art.

“Territorial: The Land and Us” - curated by Haley Clouser of Lincoln, Massachusetts - premieres on Friday, February 24th, featuring a reception at 6 PM.

I spoke with Haley - and Josiah Golson, programs director at Stove Works.

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