Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. is proud to announce that our very own Arts & Culture Program Manager has been named to the Arts ATL Advisory Council. Alongside some of Atlanta’s top creatives, Miranda will serve on the council providing advisement and elevating other creative voices.
Miranda joined Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. in 2017 and has since vastly expanded Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, the south’s largest temporary public art exhibition. With an equitable and inclusive approach, Miranda has forged partnerships with a variety of arts organizations around the nation, and boosted visibility for artists in marginalized communities.
Stay tuned for news about the 2019 Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition in the coming weeks at art.beltline.org!
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HI Ms. Miranda congrats on your new position,I am a artist and I would like to get info on when the next artist project programs will be sent out. please send me a e mail thank you and have a great day.
Hello! Our Art & Culture Program Manager will reach out to you.
I’d like to get more info on upcoming artist calls and who to send invitations to for art shows I host.
Hi Ashley. Visit art.beltline.org to stay current on our latest Art on the Atlanta BeltLine news.