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2013 – A Year in Review

Last Tuesday was the fourth and final Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing of 2013. We took the opportunity to present the public with a recap of Atlanta BeltLine progress and events from the past year, and now we want to offer it to our online audience in blog form. Here it is: 2013 – A Year in … Continue Reading →

Art Calling to Mind Atlanta’s History

Now that the 2013 Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibit is drawing to a close, we are taking a moment to look back on this year’s incredible visual and performing art. Many of this year’s installations call out Atlanta’s history as a railroad hub, and echo the transformative nature of the Atlanta BeltLine by playing … Continue Reading →

Atlanta BeltLine to Dedicate Iron Column Sculpture

Atlanta – On Friday, November 8, at 10 am officials from Atlanta BeltLine, Inc., the City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs and IIDA Georgia will dedicate a permanent piece of art on the Eastside Trail next to Historic Fourth Ward Skatepark. Weighing over 13 tons, “Iron Column,” by Phil Proctor, was installed in late … Continue Reading →

Santiago Paramo, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Performance Finale

We hope you’ve had a blast at the Art on the Atlanta BeltLine performances this year! Though the visual art will be on exhibition through November, the performances came to a close last weekend with a packed lineup of dance, music, theater and other interactive performances. Crossover Movement Arts and Pete Peterson made their second … Continue Reading →

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine – So Much to Explore!

As we approach the halfway point of the 2013 Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition, now is the time to get out to the Atlanta BeltLine to see some art! The weather has been perfect for a daytime hike through the Southwest Trail, where you’ll see murals and sculptures along with the beautiful foliage of the … Continue Reading →

Nesting Resonants, Allene Avenue, southwest corridor, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Brings Performances to the West Side!

The weather was absolutely beautiful for the performances last Sunday in the southwest corridor, despite rain day on Saturday. (By the way, Saturday’s performances have been rescheduled for October 5 in Gordon White Park, so you don’t have to miss a thing!) Mass Transit Muse opened the afternoon with another dynamic performance, with poetry… …music… … … Continue Reading →

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2013 Art on the Atlanta BeltLine is in Motion!

Movement was the theme on the opening weekend of the fourth annual Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition. After the Lantern Parade’s vibrant march down the Eastside Trail, more performances took place on Sunday, Sept 8 at the Reynoldstown Stage in the Atlanta BeltLine Southeast Corridor. The afternoon started off with a performance by N.E.M. … Continue Reading →

2013 Lantern Parade, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, Eastside Trail

2013 Lantern Parade Recap

What a spectacular kickoff for 2013 Art on the Atlanta BeltLine at the annual Lantern Parade! More than 10,000 – yes, 10,000! – paraders and spectators came out for the fun. It was a glowing procession of light, music and color -one of the most beautiful Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parades yet! The enthusiasm and energy … Continue Reading →

Railroad Artifact Sculpture Makes its Debut

Since receiving a donation from the Georgia Chapter of the International Interior Design Association to install a piece of permanent art made of rail artifacts from the Atlanta BeltLine corridor, we’ve been anticipating the piece’s debut. A panel selected Phil Proctor’s proposal out of 20 submissions, and we think the finished product looks even better in … Continue Reading →

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Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Announces Performance Schedule

Fourth Annual Exhibition Kicks off Saturday, September 7th with Lantern Parade on the Eastside Trail ATLANTA — Art on the Atlanta Beltline returns this fall as Atlanta’s largest temporary public art exhibition, showcasing over 70 innovative works of performance and visual art from new and returning artists. The temporary installations feature the work of established … Continue Reading →

Jim Kegley, president and ceo of U.S. Micro, presenting sponsor of Art on the Atlanta BeltLine since its inception.

Art installment reminds local CEO that Atlanta is going places

Guest Blog Post: Jim Kegley, president and CEO of U.S. Micro Corp. U.S. Micro has served as presenting sponsor for Art on the Atlanta BeltLine since the exhibition’s inception four years ago. At the intersection of Greenwood Avenue and the Eastside Trail, there are five wind-powered kinetic bicycles standing tall above the arboretum planted by … Continue Reading →

Corinthian column rendering for Atlanta BeltLine sculpture

Local Artist Commissioned to Construct Railroad Artifact Sculpture on the Atlanta BeltLine

Donation from Georgia Chapter of the International Interior Design Association Funds New Addition to Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Collection Atlanta – Art on the Atlanta BeltLine will be adding a 23-foot tall Corinthian column, weighing over 13 tons, to its year-round art collection. Artist Phil Proctor envisioned the column, created out of railroad artifacts, to … Continue Reading →

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Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Artists Selected for Fourth Annual Exhibition

Atlanta’s Largest Temporary Public Art Project Returns this Fall Atlanta – Art on the Atlanta BeltLine returns this fall as the largest temporary public art project in Atlanta. With over 70 innovative works of performance and visual art, this exhibition positions emerging art alongside established art, with featured installations by new and returning artists. Eight … Continue Reading →

GSU Art Installation, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine

Community Love: Georgia State University, School of Art and Design

This past Spring, students from Georgia State University’s School of Art and Design under the guidance of Professor Pam Longobardi had the opportunity to bring their art outside of the classroom and into the public realm. Elan Buchen, Atlanta BeltLine Project Coordinator for Art and Design, spoke to the class about the Atlanta BeltLine and … Continue Reading →

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine gallery book

With over 70 performing and visual artists featured in Art on the Atlanta BeltLine 2012, we have hundreds of beautiful photos to share with you! We’ve done our best to give you a snapshot of the exhibition with this collection of images embodying the heart and soul of Atlanta’s largest temporary outdoor art project. Enjoy … Continue Reading →

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Call for Artists

Seeking Artists for Atlanta’s Largest Temporary Public Art Exhibition Returning in Fall 2013  Atlanta – Now celebrating its fourth year as Atlanta’s largest temporary public art exhibition, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) for artists to solicit outdoor, temporary works of art for presentation on the Atlanta BeltLine in … Continue Reading →

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine - Dr Dax's mural in Reynoldstown

Performance Schedule Announced for Third Annual Art on the Atlanta BeltLine

Dynamic Exhibition Kicks off Saturday, September 8 with Performances through Sunday, November 11 ATLANTA (August 23, 2012) — Art on the Atlanta Beltline returns this fall as Atlanta’s largest temporary public art exhibition, showcasing the work of new and returning, established and emerging visual artists, performers, and musicians along nine miles of the Atlanta BeltLine … Continue Reading →

Loss Prevention Collective - Steel Fabric - Art on the Atlanta BeltLine 2011

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Artists Selected for 2012 Fall Season

Atlanta’s Largest Temporary Public Art Project Returns for Third Exhibition Atlanta – Art on the Atlanta BeltLine will be back on the scene this fall with over 70 innovative works of performance and visual art. This annual, two-month long exhibition is all outdoors on the Atlanta BeltLine and free to the public. Distinctive art installations … Continue Reading →

The call for artists is here for 2012 Art on the Atlanta BeltLine!

The Atlanta BeltLine’s temporary public art initiative is back and looking for artists for our Fall of 2012 exhibition! Following two successful years, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) for artists to solicit outdoor, temporary works of art for presentation on the Atlanta BeltLine in the fall of 2012. … Continue Reading →

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Call for Artists

Atlanta BeltLine’s Successful Temporary Public Art Initiative Returns Seeking Artists for 2012’s Fall Exhibition Atlanta, February 17, 2012 – Following two successful years as Atlanta’s largest temporary art exhibition, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) for artists to solicit outdoor, temporary works of art for presentation on the Atlanta … Continue Reading →