We support:
Chattanooga Boys Choir
Chattanooga Symphony and Opera
Chattanooga Theatre Centre
Creative Discovery Museum
Bessie Smith Cultural Center
Chattanooga Ballet
Association for Visual Arts
Ballet Tennessee
Chattanooga Girls Choir
Hunter Museum of American Art
Shaking Ray Levi Society
Southern Lit Alliance






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Other Ways to Support the Arts in Chattanooga

Buy a Specialty License Plate
Did you know that a percentage of revenue from all specialty license plates sold in Tennessee goes directly back to local arts organizations in the form of grant awards? More than 70% of the money used to fund the 800+ grants from the Tennessee Arts Commission last year was from the sale of these specialty license plates. Consequently, purchasing a specialty plate is one of the easiest and most important things you can do to ensure funding for the arts in Tennessee! Visit Tennesseans for the Arts for more information on ordering a specialty plate.

Attend an Arts or Cultural Event
Sounds easy, right? It is! Chattanooga offers some of the best arts and cultural events in the region, and they are right here in our backyard. Attend a performance, visit a museum, or purchase art from a local artist. There hardest part is deciding which incredible event to attend! Visit our events calendar for a list of current arts and cultural events.

Advocate for the Arts
It might sound intimidating; however, anyone can be an arts advocate. In fact, you're probably advocating for the arts already without realizing it. Here are a few ways you can help:

Share your support of the arts with friends and family.

Meet with legislators, school board members and other policy makers:


Want even more ways to get involved?