HUNTER MUSEUM Event Calendar
Free First Sunday featuring Holidays at the Hunter trees and a World AIDS day viewing of the Southeast Tennessee AIDS Memorial Quilt. Free First Sundays are generously supported by Easy Auto.
Hunter members are invited to join us for a night of holiday celebration and fun for the whole family. At 5:00 members are invited to learn more about the museum’s activities over the past year and plans for the future from our Executive Director. Then at 6 we will enjoy holiday celebrations with music from the Old Time Travelers and the Voices of Lee, crafts, decorative trees, holiday snacks, museum store discounts and a chance to get a picture with our Hunter Claus. This program is free to Hunter members and the general public are invited to attend for $14.95 adults and $9.95 for children. All sales at door that night only, special pricing goes into effect for all Hunter guests after 5 p.m.
Ages: 2 to 5 years old
Fees: $8 members, $12 non-members
Instructor: Rachel Veal
Introduce your preschooler to the world of art through monthly visits to the Hunter Museum of American Art. You and your budding artist will explore different themes and holidays through gallery activities and art making experiences. This program is for children ages 2 to 5 and one adult. Program fee includes admission for you and your child and all supplies.
Ages: 5 to 13 years old
Fees: $10 members, $15 non-members
Instructor: Rachel Veal
Children ages 5-13 are invited to join the Hunter Museum once a month for thematic Home School Workshops designed specifically for home school learners and their families. Home School Workshops include a themed guided tour, a studio experience and take home resources. This session will discuss printmaking.
Experience the body as sculpture with acrobatic yoga as presented and taught by popular yogis Matt Fields-Johnson and Joy Dixon as they share their own body sculptures and dynamic partner poses and guide us as we explore shapes in yoga through our own bodies. Open to all levels regardless of experience, participants encouraged to bring own mat if possible. Registration not required.
Celebrate Holidays at the Hunter with the latest String Theory concert featuring works by Beethoven, Moszkowski and Brahms as performed by Ani Kavafian on violin, Ida Kavafian on violin and viola, Yura Lee on violin, Steven Tenenbom on viola, Peter Wiley on cello and Gloria Chien on piano. Evening begins with a musical dialogue between Gloria Chien and tonight’s guest musicians with concert following.
Ring in the New Year at the Hunter Museum! We'll provide amazing food, an open bar, great music and the best view in town. Say goodbye to 2013 in style.
For Hunter Museum members to receive discounted rate, please purchase tickets by calling 423.267.0968.
Bring your family for a free day of gallery exploration, crafts for the kids and a celebration of student art as we honor the winners of the Hamilton County Department of Education “A Day at the Museum” art competition at 2 p.m. Free First Sundays are generously supported by Easy Auto.
An Art + Issues featuring Chattanooga Organized for Action Executive Director Perrin Lance who will explore with us the different frames for our views of Chattanooga as we look at what we see and what we miss when we look at our community. Free to all in the community. This is presented in partnership with The AIGA.
Start off the New Year with String Theory featuring Bridget Kibbey on harp, Kristin Lee on violin and John Hadfield playing percussion on music by Saint-Saens, Hadfield and Kibbey. Evening begins with a musical dialogue between Gloria Chien and tonight’s guest musicians with concert following.
Slow art and yoga practice make for a peaceful afternoon with a Hunter curator and and yoga instructor Candy Eddinger. Open to all levels, participants encouraged to bring own mat. Registration not required.
Join us for a lively evening of storytelling and music inspired by John Quidor’s Peter Stuyvesant Watching the Festivities on the Battery, with local author, musician, and humorist, Michael Gray.
A musical event for children and their families that includes telling stories about art in the galleries, a live performance by Chameleon Arts Ensemble of Boston and an instrument "petting zoo."
Experience figure drawing first hand as the Hunter and Townsend Atelier team up to present live figure drawing demos presented by Guest Artist Caleb Goggans. This program co-presented by Townsend Atelier in conjunction with a workshop led by Goggans. To learn more about Townsend Atelier or the workshop go to http://townsendatelier.com/ Program is open to all free with Hunter admission ($9.95 general admission, free to Hunter members) and free to those registered for the workshop.
Bring your family for a free day of gallery exploration, art making experiences for the kids and a celebration of Black History Month featuring the Creative Underground at 1:30 p.m. All Free Sundays generously supported by Easy Auto.