Glass House Collective

Collectively Speaking


Sally’s Story

Teal posted on 08.31.2012

“I first heard about the Glass House Collective two weeks or so ago through a Facebook post of a video created by your team. I was so energized by just that little tidbit that I found myself bringing it up almost constantly for the next few days to my friends, even though I hardly knew anything about it. The attitude and goal really resonated with me and I felt like it was something I wanted to be a part of. Read more


Creative Placemaking Panel Discussion with NEA Chairman Rocco Landesman

Teal posted on 08.31.2012

Please join us for a panel discussion on the challenges and successes of creative placemaking featuring special guest Rocco Landesman, Chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts on Wednesday, September 12th from 5:30 – 6:30pm at The Chattanoogan, Ballroom A. This event is free to the Public.
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City Share: Lunch Hour

Teal posted on 08.30.2012

On September 7, City Share will feature James Costa, director, writer and producer of the new documentary, Lunch Hour. Lunch Hour is a feature length documentary that explores the National School Lunch Program, childhood obesity, and our addiction to unhealthy foods.
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Glass House Collective Featured on ArtPlace America

Teal posted on 07.30.2012

Glass House Collective is a Chattanooga-based nonprofit working to revitalize a corner of that former industrial city. Focused on East Chattanooga, specifically a commercial corridor called Glass Street, the group works to bring “life back to Glass Street and Glass Street back to life” through creative projects and events that animate the space. Read more

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AIA Team Presentations

Teal posted on 07.30.2012

Last week Glass House Collective and the American Institute of Architects (AIA) presented the plans from the Urban Design Workshop at the Chattanooga Trade and Convention Center. The teams were made up of architects participating in the AIA convention, neighborhood residents, urban planners, politicians, and designers. Read more