Sept 20 at Historic Fourth Ward Park Outdoor Theater
2:30 pm: MAUSIKI SCALES AND THE COMMON GROUND COLLECTIVE: No Tables, No Chairs [Parade]
Join Mausiki Scales and the Common Ground Collective for an encore performance of the “No Tables, No Chairs” parade and concert. This ensemble includes Capoeira dancers, opera singers and more! Come dance along with the parade, and stay for the concert at 7:30 p.m.
4:15 pm: TONI MARIE YOUNG: Class on the Grass [Dance Class]
Returning to the 2014 Art on the Atlanta BeltLine performances, Toni Marie Young gets every up and moving with her interactive dance class.
5:30 pm: EDELIEGBA: Dance [Dance]
Edeliegba, H.J.C. Bowden Senior Multipurpose Facility’s Senior Dance Ensemble, began as an African aerobics class, and now this energetic group performs African, Praise, Gospel, East Indian, Hip Hop and Tap dance, and will perform for this year’s Art on the Atlanta BeltLine.
6:15 pm: KOLLABORATION ATLANTA PRESENTS: Kingsmen and Kavi Vu – The Wizard of the BeltLine [Theater]
Kollaboration Atlanta is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to providing a creative platform for Asian American performance artists to showcase their talents within the greater Atlanta community. Kollaboration’s Art on the Atlanta BeltLine performance tells a story through a combination of spoken word poetry, dance, and theater.
7:30 pm: MAUSIKI SCALES AND THE COMMON GROUND COLLECTIVE: No Tables, No Chairs Concert [Band]
Mausiki Scales and the Common Ground Collective follow up the “No Tables, No Chairs” parade with a concert performance highlighting the amazing brass ensemble.
8:30 pm: THE GHOSTS PROJECT: Silent Film Screening –
Brand new to Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, the Ghosts Project performs beautifully-composed music played to live silent film screenings. Below is the list of short films that will be screened on Saturday evening and Sunday evening.
- Episodes in the Life of a Gin Bottle (1925): Dir. Bela Von Block
- Emak-Bakia (1927): Dir. Man Ray
- The Life and Death of 9413 A Hollywood Extra (1928) Dir. Robert Florey Dir. Slavko Vorkapich
- L’etoile de mer (The Starfish) (1928) Dir. Man Ray
- Replacing Delphine (2004) Dir. Kasia Kowalczyk
ALL DAY: THE INDIE CRAFT EXPERIENCE: Make-n-Takes [Interactive Crafts]
Inspired by indie craft markets in Chicago and Austin, the Indie Craft Experience aims to provide Atlanta with a major indie craft event. The Indie Craft Experience has brought their passion project to the Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, where stations will be set up during the day of performances so everyone can join in and make something handcrafted.