was created in 2003 by a group of individuals dedicated to establishing
a unique fundraiser for the Arts & Education Council. What
makes Art.a.ma.jig unique is its Art,
Food, Music, and
Art: Over forty
artists from the
Chattanooga region are busy creating a piece especially for
the Art.a.ma.jig silent auction around the
2006 event theme, bReAk. Proceeds
from the silent auction benefit AEC programs.
of the region's best chefs
will prepare their favorite dishes to share with Art.a.ma.jig
patrons. Each selection will be expertly paired with fine wines,
courtesy of Riverside Wines, in a keepsake glass.
While enjoying the fine food and wines and bidding on unique
pieces of art, patrons will be treated to hammer dulcimer music
by Chattanooga's renowned artist Dan Landrum.
The AEC will continue to host Art.a.ma.jig
at the Tanner
Hill Gallery in the newly-renovated Southern Saddlery
Buildling on South Broad Street.
The mix of historical and modern features make this an intriguing
venue for any event, and the AEC is excited that Art.a.ma.jig
has found its home!
Since its debut at Loveman's on Market four years ago, Art.a.ma.jig
has grown into a well-known Chattanooga event,
nearly doubling its number of attendees and raising over $50,000
for the AEC! Each dollar raised will benefit AEC's programs
including the Conference
on Southern Literature, Culture
Future Focus, Chattanooga
Festival of Writers, and Independent