Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Performance Finale

We hope you’ve had a blast at the Art on the Atlanta BeltLine performances this year! Though the visual art will be on exhibition through November, the performances came to a close last weekend with a packed lineup of dance, music, theater and other interactive performances.

Crossover Movement Arts and Pete Peterson made their second appearances for the performances at Gordon White Park on Saturday, Oct 12:

Crossover Movement Arts, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, Gordon White Park
Crossover Movement Arts uses Nick Kahler’s sculpture as a backdrop for dance on the Southwest Corridor.
Pete Peterson, Santiago Paramo, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, Gordon White Park
Pete Peterson and his band charmed and entertained while Santiago Paramo’s sculptures sparkled in the background

And Mass Transit Muse performed for a third time. These talented actors and actresses are now Art on the Atlanta BeltLine veterans!

Mass Transit Muse, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, Gordon White Park

Other performers returning for finale weekend included Onur Topal-Sumer, N.E.M. Art Collective, Twinhead Theater and Thimblerig Circus, Full Radius Dance and Beacon Dance.

Onur Topal-Sumer, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, Gordon White Park
Onur Topal-Sumer’s choreographed dancers
N.E.M. Art Collective, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine
N.E.M. Art Collective and their prop/sculpture for “Thunder Road”
Twinhead Theater and Thimblerig Circus, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine
Twinhead Theater and Thimblerig Circus always know how to work the crowd
Full Radius Dance, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine
Full Radius Dance delivered a stunning performance on the bridge over Fulton Terrace
Beacon Dance, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine
The sunset illuminated a gorgeous interactive performance by Beacon Dance

Lionel Daniels had two days in the sun with his live painting:

Lionel Daniels, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine

Lionel Daniels, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine

On both days, everyone rocked out at sunset with Eyedrum presents Richard Devine, Indigo Sunset, and the weekend headliner, Ruby Velle and the Soulphonics.

Richard Devine, Eyedrum, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine
Richard Devine’s electronica was a one-of-a-kind experience for Art on the Atlanta BeltLine visitors
Indigo Sunset, Reynoldstown Stage, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine
Indigo Sunset lit up the Reynoldstown Stage
Ruby Velle and the Soulphonics, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine
Ruby Velle rocked Gordon White Park as Saturday’s headliner. photo credit: John Whittaker

There’s still plenty more to see, so come back out to the Eastside Trail and the Southwest Corridor for more great visual art! Check out our website for a map of the locations.

 

 

 

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