Chattanooga's In-Town Gallery boasts that it is one of the oldest cooperative galleries in the United States. The gallery, currently located on the North Shore, opened in 1974 and has occupied several different spaces throughout its history. Members are celebrating with special exhibits and events throughout the year. WUTC's Mark Colbert visited the gallery to talk with artists.
Coyee Shipp Langston, the featured July artist at the In-Town Gallery, creates Asian-inspired artistic masks. A portion of the proceeds from the masks she sells will go toward FACES, the National Craniofacial Association.