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Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Launches 2018 Season

ATLANTA – Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) has announced the launch of the 2018 Art on the Atlanta BeltLine (AoAB) season following selection of participating artists. In its ninth year of existence, the AoAB exhibition will celebrate its largest year ever in scope, with more collaborations, new special exhibits, and broader methods of community engagement, all spanning more of the Atlanta BeltLine corridor. See attachment for full list of participating artists.

The Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition is designed to support strong, livable communities and increased creative activities along the Atlanta BeltLine. ABI’s desire is for selected art to be reflective of the unique histories and cultures of Atlanta’s communities, improve the connectivity between neighborhoods and increase access to cultural amenities.

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine 2018 will feature a variety of art forms, activities, and events for audiences to enjoy and actively participate in. On July 1, selected artists will start installing for Inertia, the sculpture portion of AoAB. The BeltLine Walls mural festival beginning July 29 will take place in the Lee/Murphy Tunnel on the Atlanta BeltLine’s Westside Trail. Running through August 11, the festival will feature muralists from Atlanta and beyond painting side-by-side and include a Family Paint Day on August 4.

The AoAB exhibition will also feature music and contemporary performances. A September 15 performance date will take place on the Westside Trail, with more specific details to come. On the Eastside Trail, the fan-favorite Lantern Parade will take place on September 22 in tandem with the Atlanta BeltLine’s Fall Festival at Historic Fourth Ward Skatepark. The Old Fourth Ward Fall Festival is hosted by Atlanta BeltLine Partnership and Rival Entertainment. Art on the Atlanta BeltLine musicians will perform at the festival.

In addition, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine will host the Art. Music. Film. Movement (A.M.F.M. Festival) August 8-11 at The Bakery on the Westside Trail in partnership with the National Black Arts Festival’s Next Gen Artists program and in collaboration with Artlanta Gallery. More details will be announced this summer.

“The breadth and scope of Art on the Atlanta BeltLine this year reflects the Atlanta BeltLine’s renewed commitment to connecting with communities on a deeper level,” said Brian P. McGowan, President and CEO of Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. “To celebrate our shared public spaces with art, music, and culture strengthens our sense of place and makes our neighborhoods come alive.”

“We are excited to provide support from the City of Atlanta as the Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition grows into a new phase of its life,” said Camille Russell Love, Executive Director for the City’s Office of Cultural Affairs. “Year over year, the exhibition highlights the Atlanta BeltLine’s potential to encourage cultural connectivity throughout the neighborhoods it touches.”

Submissions for Art on the Atlanta BeltLine were reviewed by a diverse panel of qualified individuals. The jurors were chosen in a competitive application process and were nominated based on outside nominations and feedback from community listening sessions held in late 2017. Read more about the jury panel here.

Presenting Sponsors are 10th & Monroe, Georgia Natural Gas, Northside Hospital and Ponce City Market.  Additional sponsors include MailChimp, Park Tavern, Turner Foundation, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta; and Flashpoint Artists Initiative. The Lantern Parade is presented by Cox Enterprises and Salesforce, and is sponsored by Ponce City Market.

Major support for this project is provided by the City of Atlanta Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs. Major funding for this organization is provided by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners. The project is also supported by an Art Works award from the National Endowment for the Arts. To find out more about how National Endowment for the Arts grants impact individuals and communities, visit www.arts.gov.

Stay abreast of Art on the Atlanta BeltLine announcements and events at art.beltline.org, or follow us on social media: 

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MUSIC & PERFORMANCE

Soul Food Cypher

Mausiki Scales & The Common Ground Collective

Re:Imagine ATL

Terp  Vairin        

Somalia Ra-min

City Gate Theater

Morph ATL

Saira Raza, Okorie Johnson, Benjamin Shirley, and Anicka Austin with William Kennedy 

Grand Prize Winners From Last Year

Bent Frequency

Lee Osorio  

Liquid Sky

Hallah

The Txlips

Steel Wheels

Prime Vice

Rappin’ Atlanta

The Atlanta Opera

 

BELTLINE WALLS

Muhammad Suber

Gina Franco

Charmaine Minniefield

Ricardo Moody

ARCY

Lawrence Sullivan  

Andrew Catanese  

Jana Liptak  

Brandon Sadler

Sachi Rome

Lorenzo Gaz

 

INERTIA

Fabian Williams

Megan Mosholder  

Nathan Pierce

Rose Smith

D’Andre Brooks

James Davis

Dorothy O’Connor and Zipporah Camille Thompson

Phil Proctor

Tiny Doors ATL

Gavin Bernard

Joseph Thomas, Rel Stott, Myron Lo 

Ray Katz

Susan Chapney

Julia Hill  

Matt Kantner

Jonathan Bowling 

Lily Montgomery 

LXXX YOU 

Jennifer Torres  

Jason Hejna  

The Georgia Chalk Artists Guild

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  1. Carlos Perez says:

    Awesome line up!

    Reply | July 24, 2018 at 3:17 pm

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