How can a participatory art installation bring new awareness and appreciation for a place? Read more

Better Block on Glass Street

How do you convince people that change is possible? Read more

Bank Art Center on Glass Street

What do the Smithsonian American Art Museum and Glass Street have in common? Read more

Young Americans: Taking it to the Streets, Part III

What does it mean to be an American in the 21st century? Read more

Rise Up Chattanooga

Can a public art project reach people beyond the traditional “art world”? Rise Up Chattanooga is a public art project Read more

Culinary Arts on Glass Street

Can the culinary arts serve up more than healthy food to the community? Chattanooga-based Chef Andrea Cagle was invited to participate in the inaugural festivities Read more

Three Giant Insects: A Public Art Installation

How can wooden pallets create a destination point in the community? Artist Zachary Reynolds worked with volunteers to deconstruct old pallets Read more

Community Bike Shop & Bike Valet

Does it take more than a bike lane to bring bikers to the street? We believe it does. But don’t get us wrong, we love our bike lanes. Read more

The Glass Street Brand

So how do we talk about Glass Street? The words we use about the neighborhood, and how we use them, matter. Read more