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Press Interviews

 

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 Chattanooga Times Free Press

Fee or free? CHA, non profits have competing visions for James A. Henry Building 

Story  by Yolanda Putman

WUTC Radio

 

Charlie Newton’s Art Classes Make a ‘SPLASH’ with Underprivileged Kids

"It's three p.m. on a sunny July afternoon, and even though it’s summer, the children inside the old James A. Henry school building look thrilled to be inside a classroom...." (excerpt from "Charlie Newton’s Art Classes Make a ‘SPLASH’ with Underprivileged Kids") by Michael Edward Miller.

Interview by  Michael Edward Miller

Nooga.com

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"When Chattanooga artist Charlie Newton was a child growing up on the Westside, his parents didn't have a lot of money to spend on art classes. "I started drawing when I was 5 years old," he said. "I always knew I wanted to be an artist."..." By Chloé Morrison, Nooga.com