Events

The Hunter Museum is a cultural hub to the community and its visitors, providing a wide range of vibrant events and engaging programs that draw diverse audiences.  From interactive discussions and lecture series to hands-on educational courses for children, to exciting art-focused social events, concerts and more, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

Events, unless otherwise noted on event listings, are open to the public with regular admission ($15 adults, free for children under 17 with a paid adult ticket; Free for Hunter Museum members).


 
Calendar
Cocktails in Color: Thrill After Thrill

Wayne White (b. 1957), Beauty is Embarrassin’!, 2006, 27 x 50 inches, Courtesy of Greg Salmeri, Los Angeles, CA

Artful Yoga: Freeform Fun

Saturday, August 19 | 1:30-3 pm

Examinations Tour: Seeing the Hunter Collection through Artists’ Eyes

Christopher Wilmarth (1943 - 1987), Susan Walked In, 1976, 60 x 60 x 30 inches, Etched glass and steel, Museum purchase made possible by the generosity of the 2000 Collectors' Group. A special fund was created by Sally and Gary Chazen, Kitty and Hacker Caldwell, Ellen and Phil Whitaker, Ruth and Bill Holmberg, Diane and John Marek, and Elizabeth, 2000.13, East Wing, Gallery, 18

Art Wise: Distinguished Speakers at the Hunter Presents Wayne White

Photo Credit: Mark A Herndon, CPG

Art of Hope

Wednesday, August 30 | 12 p.m. - 1 p.m.

PRE-K DAY: OUTLINE

Friday, September 1st | 10 - 11am

HOMESCHOOL WORKSHOP: WAYNE's WORLD

Homeschool Workshop: Wayne's World

10am - 12pm

Family Fun Day: Wayne’s Wild World

Wayne White (b. 1957), Beauty is Embarrassin’!, 2006, 27 x 50 inches, Courtesy of Greg Salmeri, Los Angeles, CA

Faculty Dialogues: The South of Wayne White

Wayne White (b. 1957), Beauty is Embarrassin’!, 2006, 27 x 50 inches, Courtesy of Greg Salmeri, Los Angeles, CA

Artful Yoga: Room to Revitalize

Saturday, September 23 | 1:30-3 p.m.

Teen Thrills!

Wayne White (b. 1957), Beauty is Embarrassin’!, 2006, 27 x 50 inches, Courtesy of Greg Salmeri, Los Angeles, CA

Blues, Bluegrass, Bourbon and Brews: Bands on the Bluff

Thursday, October 5 | 6-7:30 p.m.

PRE-K DAY: AGAIN AND AGAIN

Friday, October 6th | 10 - 11am

Artful Yoga: Stirring Up Creativity

Saturday, October 7 | 1:30-3 p.m.

Art + Issues: Andrew Jackson’s legacy in Chattanooga

Image: Alfred Jacob Miller (1810-1874), Trapper’s Bride, early 1840s, Oil on Canvas 19x16 inches, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Scott L. Probasco, Jr. Acc# 1991.24