Ludic Jungle

Nick Kahler’s sculpture, Ludic Jungle, is at the White Street access to the Westside Trail.
Photo Credit: Christopher Martin

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A Video Journey Along the Atlanta BeltLine

The Atlanta BeltLine is buzzing with excitement, as new developments are occurring everyday. Of course, much has already happened along the Atlanta BeltLine, including several new park openings, new trails, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, the Atlanta BeltLine running series, and much more. Many of these great happenings are captured on video, and we hope you will take a virtual tour through these videos, and then come see the real thing for yourself!

Mausiki Scales and the Common Ground Collective at the Lantern Parade

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Crafting a Symbol of Support

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The Westside Trail

Edgewood Avenue bridge beam placement

The Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine - Moving Elements

"Marimbula" by Amy Pursifull, Santiago Paramo and Juan Ricardo Ferero

Toni Young - Class on the Grass

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine 2013 - Mausiki Scales

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine 2013 - Enterchange

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine 2013 - Ludic Jungle

Art on the Atlanta Beltline 2013 - Woodie and Wormhole

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine 2013 - Evereman

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine 2013 - Object of Ma(tt)n

Edgewood Avenue bridge deconstruction

Edgewood Bridge Demolition - April 3, 2013

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine 2012 - Earth Helix

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine 2012 - Meet Me At The Crayons

Beltline Invasive Species Removal

Welcome to the Eastside Trail!

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine 2012 - Pyramids

Explore all of our videos on our YouTube Channel.

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