Hello, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine fans!
We have lots of exciting news in the AoAB universe for you! Last week, we announced the call for artist proposals for the 2019 exhibition. Additionally, a number of technical positions are available for which qualified individuals can apply. More information can be found at art.beltline.org/call-for-artists/.
Are you an art-lover looking for other ways to get involved? Two opportunities for involvement have deadlines approaching this Friday, March 7. The first is the 2019 Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition jury. The second is a position on Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.’s Public Art Advisory Council. Resumes and cover letters for either position can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Finally, we have a bit of news that requires no applications – just a stroll on the Atlanta BeltLine. Dr. Karcheik Sims-Alvarado’s hit exhibition “Atlanta and the Civil Rights Movement: 1944-1968” has been once again extended, this time through June 1. If you haven’t yet visited the photo exhibit, you now have more time to get to the Eastside Trail or Westside Trail to see more than 75 curated images from the Civil Rights era.