3D + interactive
point & shoot
Public Art Chattanooga has a collection of over one hundred works of art throughout the city. As part of Spark, we are encouraging the public to get out and interact with our collection. By utilizing your smart phone or tablet and a little creativity, you can take part in this virtual scavenger hunt.
ArtHalo is a virtual public art exhibit in downtown Chattanooga which uses augmented reality technology. Twelve ArtHalos have been virtually placed near works of public art for you to find with your smart phone or tablet.
Once you find an ArtHalo, you become the artist! Use your smart phone or tablet, take a photo of the ArtHalo, and upload and share to facebook and our instagram ArtHalo Gallery. As you upload your images, they can be instantly viewed in our photo feed on this website. In addition, one of your photographs may be chosen as the ArtHalo Favorite and featured on our Facebook page and website.
ArtHalos can be found near these art works:
Blue Boy Pull Toy #1, by John Petrey @ Coolidge Park @ Chattanooga Theatre Center
Ascending Path, by Burgoyne and Hussey @ Renaissance Park
Railwave, by Chris Fennel @ Tennessee Aquarium Plaza Chestnut and Riverfront Pkwy
The Passage, by team Gadugi @ Ross’s Landing
High Four by Louise Peterson @ Walnut Street Bridge and First Street
Continuum by Sally Rogers @ Bluff View Overlook bluff view art district
Policeman’s Memorial, by Cessna Decosimo, Market Street at the Courts Building
Arriving Home, by Dennis Oppenheim @ Miller Plaza/Market and MLK
Main Terrain, by Thomas Sayre/Clearscapes @ West Main and 13th Street near Chattanoogan hotel
Fettle by Luke Achterberg @ West Main at Enzo’s Market
Composite Wing by Jon Shearin @ East Main St and Mitchell Ave
Four Bridges Festival, First Tennessee Pavilion