Cyclopaedia cast members rehearse a dance that involves swinging long, white pipes to create percussion sounds.
Funded in large part by a MakeWork grant, Cyclopaedia is one of the most complex avant-garde theater productions in Chattanooga recently. Tim Hinck, the creator, says it’s non-narrative—an experimental work that comments on communication. Cyclopaedia runs from February 21st – 25th at the Center For Creative Arts.
Photographer Gregg Segal's work has appeared in National Geographic, Esquire, and Rolling Stone. His subjects include professional cosplayers, senior Olympians, and actors such as Louis CK, Steve-O, and Forest Whitaker.
Tennessee’s official Poet Laureate, Margaret Britton Vaughn, will speak at a Chattanooga Writer's Guild meeting at the Downtown Public Library in Chattanooga on February 12th from 6:30 to 8 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.