#weloveatl Brings the Atlanta Community Together Through an Interactive Gallery for Art on the Atlanta BeltLine

ATLANTA – For the second year in a row, the Atlanta BeltLine and #weloveatl are teaming up through the Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition to help elevate the art scene in Atlanta, particularly along the Atlanta BeltLine. For this year’s exhibition, #weloveatl has collaborated with Joe Dreher to present “The (HE)ART GALLERY.” The display, which is composed of three galleries that together form a heart shape, will rotate photos taken by Atlanta photographers posted through Instagram. The displays also contain cut-outs looking out onto different areas of the Atlanta BeltLine, city skylines, nature and other unique Atlanta views.

Photos are printed, mounted, and rotated bi-weekly in order to include new photos shared by visitors motivated by the gallery. The gallery allows art to be truly interactive by allowing viewers to connect to the city through both images and scenery while on the Atlanta BeltLine.

weloveatl - photo by Christopher T Martin
Art on the Atlanta BeltLine
photos by Christopher T Martin

The (HE)ART GALLERY is on display through mid-November along the Eastside Trail in between Ponce de Leon and Greenwood Avenues. As the spirit of Atlanta resonates through the streets, #weloveatl encourage Atlantans and visitors to explore and engage with the city through art and the Atlanta BeltLine.

Since October 2012, #weloveatl has inspired Atlanta residents and visitors alike to contribute more than a quarter of a million photos using the #weloveatl hashtag and show their love for the community. Throughout the exhibition, visitors are encouraged to participate by posting photos that express their love for Atlanta by taking photos and tagging them with #weloveatl on Instagram. For more information about #weloveatl and their projects throughout the city, visit their website www.weloveatl.org.

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