It once included 1,300 buildings, 55 miles of roads, five miles of railroad tracks, and existed as a self-sustaining city of over 70,000 soldiers and another 12,000 civilians. And it’s the subject of the Tullahoma Art Center’s March exhibit.
The Tullahoma Art Center will host Clay Studio 101 – a three week session beginning Monday, March 2 that will focus of hand-building basics like pinch pots, slab building, and free form structures.
TULLAHOMA — Tullahoma Art Center’s (TAC) going through a rejuvenation of sorts. They’ve added new exhibition halls, more national exhibits, new membership benefits, a music lab, and an expanded gift shop. They’ve […]
ARTS & CULTURE (Tullahoma) — From pottery to watercolor to jewelry making and photography, Moore County is filled with talented artists. If any of you would like to sell your art … […]