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Scenic Roots - Thu 11/02/23

Scenic Roots - Thu 11/02/23
  • How arts & culture power the economy in the Chattanooga area.
  • Digging a celebration: Crabtree Farms of Chattanooga turns 25.
  • “Classics Declassified” from Chattanooga Symphony & Opera.
  • These voices - and more - on this edition of “Scenic Roots.”
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  • How much do arts and culture nonprofits power the economy here in the Greater Chattanooga area? Quite a lot - and in more ways than one - according to Arts and Economic Prosperity 6, a recently released study by Americans for the Arts. James McKissic is president of ArtsBuild.
  • In the Clifton Hills neighborhood of Chattanooga, an urban farm took root twenty-five years ago. Today, Crabtree Farms is a place that cultivates food, learning and community - and this weekend, it celebrates that legacy, on Saturday starting at 3 PM.
  • At one time, there used to be 150 neighborhood associations across the City of Chattanooga. Only about 70 of those groups remain now, but the City is trying to boost that number - as we hear from Nathan Bird of the podcast Chattanooga Civics in partnership with Chattamatters.
  • What do an art museum, a listening room and a record store have in common here in Chattanooga? Next week, they will host “Classics Declassified,” a series of performances by the Chattanooga Symphony and Opera that stretches beyond its typical venues.
  • Three years ago, NPR announced its College Podcast Challenge. The first time around, it gave young people a voice during the pandemic, reaching NPR’s audience and beyond. Now, the contest is back - taking entries with a $5,000 grand prize scholarship, and more training materials and support than ever.