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Public Meeting: Citywide Conversation for Art on the Atlanta BeltLine

WHAT: Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) will hold a Citywide Conversation meeting to allow for review and comment on proposed changes for the Art on the Atlanta BeltLine program. Following this discussion, we are seeking input on a larger vision as we develop an Arts and Culture Strategic Implementation Plan.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: The meeting is open to all of the public. Anyone with an interest in Art on the Atlanta BeltLine or arts and culture around Atlanta should attend.

WHEN: The meeting will be held on January 25 at 6:30 p.m.

WHERE: Rialto Center for the Arts – 80 Forsyth St. NW, Atlanta, GA 30303. This location is accessible via MARTA Peachtree Center Station (.1 mile), Five Points Station (.3 mile), buses #3, #16 and #40. See itsmarta.com for more info. This location is also accessible via the Atlanta Streetcar. See streetcar.atlanta.gov for map and schedule. Please consider biking or walking, if you are able. A limited number of parking validations are available at the parking deck at 100 Forsyth Street, NW, Atlanta, GA 30303.

ABOUT THE PROJECT: Last exhibition season, we heard you when you said that we could do things differently with the Art on the Atlanta BeltLine program. We listened to your feedback as you suggested changes. A draft of the proposed changes can be found at www.beltline.org/engage-meetings. Following discussion about Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, we will kick off the planning process for developing a Strategic Implementation Plan for Arts and Culture on the Atlanta BeltLine.

The Arts and Culture Implementation Plan will support strong, livable communities and increase creative activities along the Atlanta BeltLine. This plan should address methods to utilize the unique transformative potential of the Atlanta BeltLine to improve neighborhood connectivity and access to cultural amenities. It will also detail opportunities for visual and performing arts, historic considerations/exhibits, as well as actionable funding strategies.

Please join us to help shape the future of Arts and Culture along the Atlanta BeltLine.

 COMMUNITY CONTACT: For more information, contact Whitney Fuller, Community Engagement Manager, at WFuller@atlbeltline.org or 404-477-3574.

ARTS & CULTURE CONTACT: For more information about ABI’s public art program, contact Miranda Kyle, Arts & Culture Manager, at mkyle@atlbeltline.org or 404-477-3636.

 

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