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Arts & Culture

Atlanta Beltline Art

Atlanta Beltline Art celebrates the voices, experiences, and values of all Atlantans through the work of hundreds of visual artists, performers, and musicians along the corridor.

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Public Art as Transformative as Atlanta

We’re proud to host one of the largest temporary public art exhibits and linear galleries in the United States along the Beltline corridor. Through sculptures, murals, performances, and other experiences, we strive to enrich and reflect the communities we serve across Atlanta.

Foundational Collection

These pieces reflect the character and history of the Atlanta Beltline as a former railroad corridor and can be found on the trail year-round.

Special Exhibitions

Check out these temporary pieces and performances before they’re gone.

Continuing Collection

These murals and sculptures have carried over from previous Atlanta Beltline Art exhibitions and can be found throughout the corridor.

Residency Collection

Our residency program provides real-world exposure to the public art and infrastructure worlds. Explore the works of our current Scholar-, Curator-, and Artist-in-Residence.

Exhibition Archives

Discover pieces and performances that once called the corridor home.

Residency Archives

Learn more about the artists, scholars, and curators who have gone through our residency program.

Join Us for Our Annual Arts Events

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ATL Park Jam

Celebrating Hip-Hop

Curated by the Atlanta Beltline and event producer RAPPORT, ATL Park Jam highlights the rich legacy of innovation and creativity from Atlanta's emcees, producers, and DJs.

A man paints a brick wall using spray paint.

ATL StyleWriters Jam

Dive Into StyleWriting Culture

ATL StyleWriters Jam is a three-day annual exhibition celebrating the legacy and evolution of Atlanta’s style writing culture. It brings style writers from all generations to paint walls around the corridor.

A band performs. In the front, one man plays a tenor saxophone next to a man playing the trumpet. Behind them, two men have guitars.

Beltline After Dark

Music & Arts Performances

Beltline After Dark is an annual series of free arts and music performances along the corridor. Past years’ events have included pop-up performances, acrobatic arts, artisan vendors, and more.

A woman walks, holding a giant, vibrantly colored, and illuminated phoenix lantern puppet. A crowd stands on either side of her.

Lantern Parade

Light Up the Southwest Trail

Created and presented by Chantelle Rytter and the Krewe of the Grateful Gluttons, the Atlanta Beltline Lantern Parade brings together thousands of people and hundreds of lanterns for a festive evening of creativity, community, and magic.

People stand with musical instruments.

No Tables, No Chairs

A Funk-filled Musical Celebration

Created and curated by Mausiki Scales and the Common Ground Collective, No Tables, No Chairs, is an all-day celebration and funk-filled musical journey through the pulsating rhythms of the African Diaspora featuring a family festival, Funk-link parade, evening concerts, and more.

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Southeast Woodlands Stickball Summit

Honoring Indigenous Stickball

Organized by Chickasaw and Choctaw member Addison Karl, in collaboration with Atlanta Beltline, Inc. and Emory University, the Southeast Woodlands Stickball Summit showcases the history and future of Indigenous Stickball to the public.

Opportunities for Artists

Whether you’re in search of your next residency, interested in joining our exhibition jury, or ready to take your art to the corridor, we’ve curated resources for Atlanta artists like you.

Thank You to Our Atlanta Beltline Art Supporters

Atlanta Beltline Art wouldn’t be possible without the help of grants and our sponsors. To learn more about becoming a sponsor reach out to

This program is supported in part by the City of Atlanta Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs.