Potion Castle documentary/call-in at Barking
Legs Theater, Jun. 28
Wayne-O-Rama is now
closed! It was open from Nov. 19, 2016 through Sept. 30, 2017. Designed
by Emmy-winning artist Wayne White, it's a funhouse of Chattanooga
history for all ages. Wayne-O-Rama is sponsored by See Rock City, Inc.
and presented by The Shaking Ray Levi Society at the Tenn Arts space,
with generous support from the Benwood Foundation, the Footprint
Foundation, the Lyndhurst Foundation and the McKenzie Foundation.
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The mission of the Shaking Ray Levi Society is to nurture and support
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and falls outside the mainstream, in order to help nourish the cultural
growth of Chattanooga.
This is done by sponsoring shows by artists recognized on a national and
international level, supporting original work by area musicians and
filmmakers, and engaging the community through workshops and educational
"Only in our country are our children not receiving the benefits of the
dynamic energies taking place in our culture and in the heritage of our
culture and so, the work of the Shaking Ray Levi Society in my
opinion is very important because they are seeking to provide
an alternative to the marketplace dynamics." - composer, saxophonist and
MacArthur fellowship recipient Anthony Braxton (video)
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to Chattanooga over the years" - Dr.
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