4 Bridges Arts Festival 2015

Saturday, April 11th & Sunday, April 12th at the First Tennessee Pavilion 

our latest event

Exclusive AVA Supporters Event at the Studio of Isaac Duncan III

Wednesday, March 18th 

Isaac Duncan III is a local sculpture artist who has achieved international acclaim. After several years of working for renowned sculptor John Henry, Isaac opened his own studio in 2008.  Since then he has installed numerous pieces for both private collectors and public installations.  If you’ve been to Alleia Restaurant or driven down Main Street you have probably seen his work shown above.


Join Us for Chattanooga's Premier Fine Art Event

Each year, the 4 Bridges Arts Festival invites guest to start the weekend of fine art, food and entertainment with the 4 Bridges Preview Party. Guest for this one night only event have exclusive access to the entire 4 Bridges Arts Festival to view the art, get to know the guest artists, enjoy delicious food and beverages and, of course, have the first chance to buy limited edition works of art! This is one of the most highly anticipated nights in Chattanooga's social calendar.

March 6th DRIVEN  Reception work by AIM Center members


Watch our composite video from Capture - AVA's Community Filmmaking Project.

AIM Center + AVA

DRIVEN: works by AIM center Members


The Association for Visual Arts (AVA) and the AIM Center are partnering to host an exhibit of works by 26 AIM Center members. AVA’s mission is to connect visual arts and the community, so each year, AVA partners with another local nonprofit to host an exhibition that represents their unique mission. The AIM Center, located here in Chattanooga, provides consumer driven psychiatric rehabilitation services that enhance recovery in the living, working and social environment.

Included in this exhibit are works by members of the AIM Center who have participated in the studio arts program for the past 12-24 months under the supervision of Judith Mogul. The work is a direct reflection of their ambition and need to have art in their daily life. The exhibit is organized around eight themes that developed out of their class projects, including landscapes, abstraction, the figure, self-portraits, still lives, transportation, reliefs, and mother and child.

“The selected pieces are as varied as the individual personalities and sensibilities of those that created them.  In any case, the work attests to the high level of aesthetics and lucidity that can be achieved when individuals are given an opportunity to create and encouraged to share their different realities,” says AIM art instructor, Judith Mogul.


What: Driven: Works by AIM Center Members

When: March 6-April 24

Opening reception: March 6, 5:30-8 p.m.

Where: AVA Gallery, 30 Frazier Avenue

Gallery hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

Cost: Free

Dec 2, 2014 - AVA Members Jury Show 


On a beautiful October afternoon our AVA Members enjoyed an exclusive tour of Sculptor John Henry's gallery and were treated to a preview of his  Sculpture Fields installation. John spoke to our member guests about it's progress and the mission to create this cultural destination. Thanks to John and his staff for a great experience. The Sculpture Fields will be an important artistic asset for our city and region.

Association For Visual Artists