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ArtsBuild

For almost 50 years ArtsBuild has supported the creative future of Hamilton County by investing more than $70 million in our community’s leading arts organizations, funding arts integrations programs for our students and teachers, and ensuring that even our most underserved populations have access to arts programming.

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Chattanooga Symphony and Opera

The mission of the Chattanooga Symphony & Opera is to inspire, engage, and enrich the greater Chattanooga community through music and music education.

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Jazzanooga

Jazzanooga is a multifaceted cultural institution that strives to revitalize and sustain the local and regional art and music communities of the Chattanooga area through linked intervention initiatives: preservation, education, and performance.

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Splash Youth Arts Workshop

Splash was founded with a consuming passion to see young lives changed and are committed to working with some of Tennessee's poorest kids from under served high-crime areas to mitigate some of the "at-risk" factors that negatively impact their lives.

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Association for Visual Arts

The Association for Visual Arts (AVA) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to celebrating the creative spirit. For the past 30 years, AVA has been connecting the community to the visual arts through programming that engages, educates and empowers.

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WSMC Classical 90.5

WSMC Classical 90.5 is a 100,000 watt FM broadcast radio station licensed to Southern Adventist University whose mission is to enrich, uplift, and inspire listeners and students, delighting the classical music lover.

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Scenic City Clay Arts

Scenic City Clay Arts is a non-profit community pottery studio in Chattanooga, Tennessee

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The Unfoundation

The Unfoundation creates unconventional giving opportunities to uncommon projects through unlikely people, you. The Unfoundation  promotes local philanthropy through collective action, so where does an engaged Chattanoogan go for the seed money for their big idea?  Look no further.

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Chattanooga Film Festival

The first ever Chattanooga Film Festival was held in 2014, and has been quickly making a name for itself among film-lovers, filmmakers and the film industry. The festival’s record-breaking third year drew more than 12,000 people to its films, workshops and special events. CFF is proudly continuing its mission to “Respect Cinema,” in hopes of increasing film exhibition, education and production in the state of Tennessee.

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Friends of the Festival

Friends of the Festival is a nonprofit organization that manages and produces premier events which unite and enrich our region with emphasis on the vitality of our community.

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Hart Gallery

Hart Gallery's extended mission is to supply art materials and mentoring classes to other not-for-profit community organizations who can in turn provide a space for their clients to participate in art classes, expanding H♥ART’s impact well beyond the walls of the gallery.

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Sculpture Fields at Montague Park

The mission of Sculpture Fields is to create and maintain a sculpture park in Chattanooga, Tennessee, of the highest quality, international scope and of lasting value and benefit to the City and the region. To establish programming, benefitting the local, regional arts establishment as well as the education community at all levels and the citizenry at large.