Glass House Collective

Rondell Crier, Eric ‘Seven’ Finely and Rebekah Mawuko have each been given $30,000 grants and studio space on Glass Street as part of the Glass House Collective’s continuing initiatives to revitalize the East Chattanooga neighborhood.

Glass House Collective

The Glass House Collective brought in neighborhood youth ages 12 and up to create their own space this summer through the Glass Street Design/Build Camp

Better Block Glass Street is working with neighbors and volunteers to invigorate a community.  The Glass House Collective has been working with businesses and residents near the intersection of Glass Street and North Chamberlain Avenue to revitalize the area. 

A Rung Up on Art

Feb 19, 2013
Rabbit Zielke

Rise Up Chattanooga is a temporary sculpture combining ladders on loan from the community to represent how we come together to achieve our hopes and dreams.  The goal is to collect 500 ladders that will be leaning on each other to climb toward the sky. 

Courtesy of Glass House Collective

Glass House Collective, which opened up on East Chattanooga's Glass Street at the beginning of the year, just got news of a $300,000 ArtPlace grant. The collective plans to use the money to commission art projects in its neighborhood. Director of Glass House Katherine Currin and local artist Kevin Bate talk about the grant.