2016 Lantern Parade

The Lantern Parade is hosted by the Krewe of the Grateful Gluttons and kicks off the Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition on the first Saturday after Labor Day each year.

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posted in Community Love // 12/04/12
While preparing for the fall 2012 semester, Dr. Rosa Arriaga started assembling her syllabus for a new crop of students. As a professor of user interface design for undergrad students at Georgia Tech, Dr. Arriaga seeks real-world projects that introduce students to human-centered computing. The Atlanta BeltLine piqued her interest. What opportunities does the Atlanta […] Read more
posted in Community Love // 11/07/12
Seven years ago, Eli Dickerson and his wife Elizabeth moved to intown Atlanta and are here to stay. As a naturalist, educator, tree enthusiast, and community advocate, Eli had a plan to get people into the great outdoors within our city. He started leading urban hikes across Atlanta, finding tucked away trails and forgotten pathways. […] Read more
posted in Community Love, Events // 07/17/12
Standing by their slogan “Giving Georgia Playwrights A Voice On Georgia’s Stage,” Essential Theatre is an Atlanta theatre group with a strong focus on encouraging local works with local talent. Their most recent production, THE LOCAL, is an original theatre piece about Atlanta, developed by local artists, including playwrights, photographers, a poet, choreographers, a graffiti […] Read more
posted in Community Love // 06/20/12
Every now and then, it hits us just how lucky we are to live here in Atlanta. So many residents work so hard to make a difference in lives of their neighbors and Ms. Jaki of Year Up Atlanta ranks among them. She works as a teacher with college-aged young adults towards building a skill […] Read more
Here at the Atlanta BeltLine, we are proud of the grassroots origins of this incredible project. This post is the first in a series called “Community Love” and is all about ways in which people in the community independently incorporate the Atlanta BeltLine into their lives through art, education and other creative and socially conscious […] Read more
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