Help Build Chattanooga’s First Art Car!

Rebecca with her students tribute to ZZ Top, LegsOctober 22nd & 23rd.
Art Cars In and Out of the Classroom with Rebecca Bass at Chattanooga State University.

Whether you are an artist, a teacher, non-profit organization, or just want to know what all the fuss is about, this program is for you. Rebecca is an International Baccalaureate teacher who has built over twenty art cars with her students. Under her direction, students have had their art cars featured internationally on CNN, FOX, National Geographic, Car and Driver, FX channels Weird Wheels, New York Times, among many others. Their various art cars are part of permanent museum collections in Malaysia, Germany, Mexico, as well as six cities in the United States. During the seminar, participants can receive hands-on experience by working with Rebecca and Art 120 to create Chattanooga’s first art car. Rebecca will also cover project management, student experiences, and answer any questions about building an art car for yourself, with students, or as a team project. We may add an opening reception on October 21st depending on whether we hear from you. Seating is limited, so if you are interested, please send me an email to reserve a space.

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About art120org

Art120 is a 501(c)3 charitable organization that celebrates and showcases art within a 120 commmuting minute radius from Chattanooga, Tennessee.
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