Glass House Collective

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Entrepreneurs on Glass Street

admin posted on 05.30.2012

Launch is offering a 10-week business planning course out of GHC headquarters as of Wednesday, June 30th. Over fifteen individuals with ideas for a new business in our community are working with Launch to turn their ideas into a solid business plan. Read more

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Memorial Day: On the Lot

admin posted on 05.26.2012

We are having a Memorial Day party on Saturday May 26th on our side lot at 2523 Glass Street. We’ve heard positive feedback in regards to the Glass Street Live Block Party and have planned a smaller block party on our side lot. Read more

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Glass Street LIVE Block Party

admin posted on 04.21.2012

On April 21st, Glass Street LIVE will take place as part of the 10-day citywide celebration called HATCH CHA(History, Arts, Technology, Culture, and Happenings). Glass Street LIVE is a block party designed to bring life back to the historic Glass Street in East Chattanooga. Glass House Collective has partnered with East Chattanooga Improvement to engage residents, business owners, and supporters of East Chattanooga in organizing a full day of activities and entertainment. Read more

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Creativity In Unexpected Places

admin posted on 04.19.2012

We are gearing up for Glass Street LIVE – a block party that will take place on Saturday, April 21st. In preparation for the day, we are working with local artists and designers to develop two site-specific projects that will infuse the street with creativity. Read more

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Storytelling: The History of Glass Street

admin posted on 04.15.2012

We need your stories! Glass House Collective is working with the Historic Glass Farms Neighborhood Association and Battery Heights Neighborhood Association on a project called The Pop Up Living History Museum. This project will showcase and celebrate the history of Glass Street through temporary and multi-media installations. Right now, we are in the process of collecting stories and artifacts from the community. Read more