SUNDAY SHOWCASE- (10/21/2018 - 3:30 to 5:30pm) - SundayShowcase will highlight and celebrate school-age talent and the organizations that foster and support that talent. The production will feature performances by Chattanooga’s outstanding young artists in dance, instrumental music, vocal performance and theatre. Funds raised by the event will support the Performing Arts League’s outreach and arts education for area school children. The event takes place at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Roland Hayes Concert Hall in the Fine Arts Center, 752 Vine Street, Chattanooga, TN 37403
Participating organizations include: Barger Academy of Fine Arts Movement Makers; Chattanooga Ballet; Chattanooga Boys Choir; Chattanooga Christian Academy (CCA) Choo Choo Kids; Chattanooga Girls Choir; Chattanooga Symphony & Opera Youth Orchestras; Chattanooga Theatre Centre Youth Theatre, Christian Family Theater and Civic Ballet of Chattanooga.
The Performing Arts League just finished successfully hosting the fifth annual "Hearts 4 the Arts Fashion Show and Luncheon" on April 13, 2018 at the Chattanooga Golf and Country Club. Co-chaired by Karen Murphy and Gloria Stewart, the fashion show featured clothing from Alice Blue/Hanover Blue, Irma Marie and Yacoubian Tailors. Hair and makeup was provided by Epiphany Salon. The female and male models were all community leaders who volunteered to help make this fundraising event an overwhelming success. The fashion show and luncheon was sponsored by First Tennessee Bank, Miller & Martin, Atlantic Capital Bank, Chattanooga Funeral Home Crematory & Florist, First National Community Bank, Scenic City Signs, Jacqueline Marschak, Susan Rich and Phil Bacon Business Group. All attendees got to experience an exciting new element this year which included student performers from Ballet Tennessee, Christian Family Theater and Chattanooga Christian School. In addition, back by popular demand, was the exciting Baubles Boutique and silent auction. This event raised over $14,000 which will allow PAL to provide scholarships to performing arts students and grants to organizations that support and train students in the disciplines of dance, theatre, vocal and instrumental music.
Don’t miss the fifth annual Hearts 4 the Arts Spring Fashion Show and Luncheon! Sponsored by Chattanooga’s Performing Arts League and featuring fashions from Irma Marie, Alice Blue/Hanover Blue, and Yacoubian Tailors. The event is Friday, April 13, at the Chattanooga Golf and Country Club. Have a grand time enjoying a delightful gourmet meal as some of Chattanooga’s outstanding women and men model the latest in spring fashions. The event promises to be better than ever with the addition of a silent auction of designer handbags by Dooney and Bourke, Furla, Coach, Brahmin, Cole Haan, and Patricia Nash. There will also be jewelry in the silent auction. More info..
The purpose of the Performing Arts League Grant program is to encourage the expansion and development of projects that recruit, develop, and/or train young students for participation in all disciplines of the Performing Arts, including Dance, Theatre, and Vocal and Instrumental Music.
Grants are available to organizations that are active participants in such programs. More than one project within the organization may qualify for Grant requests. Only one Grant award will be allocated per organization per year from Performing Arts League. A typical award is $1,500.
Scholarships are available to individuals who are active participants in such programs. More than one student within the organization may make scholarship requests. Only one scholarship award will be allocated per student per year from Performing Arts League.
Grant and scholarship applications are posted on PAL’s website https://www.palchattanooga.org/scholarships--grants.html
The deadline for complete application submissios must be received by March 1, 2018.
The Performing Arts League was delighted to host a successful, sold out fundraiser, A Dramatic Affair, February 2, 2018 at the Chattanooga Theatre Centre. Those in attendance enjoyed a delicious seated dinner catered by Charlie Loomis of Feed Co. Table and Tavern in the Main Stage Lobby. After dinner, everyone moved to the Circle Theatre to be entertained by Agatha Christie’s The Mysterious Affair at Styles. A private dessert reception was held following the performance for the Cast and Director Steve Ray. This fundraising event will allow PAL to provide scholarships to performing arts students and grants to organizations that support and train these students in dance, theatre, vocal and instrumental music.