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2020-2021 Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Info Sessions

In light of significant impact of COVID-19, we have modified our Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Info Sessions to provide virtual opportunities for artists to learn more about the 2020-2021 Open Call. Artists and art professionals interested in applying for one of the many positions currently open are welcome to tune in to the Online … Continue Reading →

Deadline Extension for Art on the Atlanta BeltLine’s Open Call

Last updated April 3, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. The effects of COVID-19 on the world have been staggering, and the creative community has been hit particularly hard. We stand with creatives, freelance art support staff, and everyone else who has been negatively impacted by the present crisis. As the dust settles on the recent scuffle … Continue Reading →

Atlanta BeltLine General Statement on COVID-19

UPDATED March 30, 2020 at 10:40 a.m. In support of Mayor Bottoms’ 14-day stay-at-home order for all Atlantans and President Trump’s decision to extend social distancing guidelines through the end of April, the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership has extended cancellation or postponement of all of its events and programming through at least Thursday, April 30. This … Continue Reading →

Curator-in-Residence Courtney Brooks’ Journey of a Black Girl

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine launched its inaugural public art Residency Program in 2019. Multi-disciplinary in scope, ABI recently sat down with the program’s Curator-in-Residence, Courtney Brooks to learn more about her new public art exhibition, Journey of a Black Girl, which opens on March 14. Music fills the empty space usually enlivened with the … Continue Reading →

Talkback with Atlanta BeltLine Scholar-in-Residence, Benae Beamon

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine launched its inaugural public art Residency Program in 2019. Multi-disciplinary in scope, ABI recently sat down with the program’s Scholar-in-Residence, Benae Beamon, PhD, to learn more about her research and findings.   “It’s easier for me to express myself in writing,” confided the newly appointed Visiting Assistant Professor of Women … Continue Reading →

Kinetic Light; photo by Hayim Heron. Image description: With their arms interlocked, Laurel Lawson gazes toward Alice Sheppard. Alice balances on the left side of her wheelchair--returning Laurel's gaze. They are on an outdoor platform, with lush greenery in the background.

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Issues Open Call for Artists for 11th Season

Four separate calls invite submissions for visual and performing art, sculpture, residency program, and support positions ATLANTA – Art on the Atlanta BeltLine has released a call for artists for visual and performance art, sculpture, the residency program, and support positions. Now in its 11th season, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine is the largest temporary … Continue Reading →

Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade: 10 years strong!

Creativity, community, and jubilation charged the atmosphere as thousands of colorful, homemade lanterns illuminated the Eastside Trail for one of Atlanta’s most anticipated events of the year: the Art on the Atlanta Beltline Lantern Parade. Celebrating its 10th year, the BeltLine Lantern Parade attracted more than 70,000 spectators and participants on September 21, 2019. The … Continue Reading →

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Statement on art sculpture “Death of a Caterpillar”

At Atlanta BeltLine, Inc., we strive to remain aligned with our core values as well as the City and their stance on anti-censorship of arts and culture programming. After the scheduled artists talks and concerns expressed at recent community meetings regarding the piece “Death of a Caterpillar” by D’Andre Brooks, we have come to the … Continue Reading →

A sculpture using recycled metals depicts the face of a man looking up.

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Westside Trail Art Walk

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine will host a free, guided art walk of its public art exhibition on the Westside Trail on Saturday, November 9th.  It will feature a conversation with local artist and sculptor D’Andre Brooks. The tenth anniversary of the annual public art exhibition showcases a variety of sculptures and murals along the … Continue Reading →

Kinetic Light; photo by Hayim Heron. Image description: With their arms interlocked, Laurel Lawson gazes toward Alice Sheppard. Alice balances on the left side of her wheelchair--returning Laurel's gaze. They are on an outdoor platform, with lush greenery in the background.

Art Performances with Kinetic Light at the Beltline: Under Momentum

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, in collaboration with disability arts ensemble Kinetic Light, invites community members to attend a special performance of Under Momentum on Friday, November 8th and Saturday, November 9th on the Atlanta BeltLine’s Eastside Trail. Kinetic Light will perform excerpts from Under Momentum, specifically customized for the Beltline. Under Momentum is a … Continue Reading →

Friends and Neighbors Day Party wraps up this November with a collaboration parade by “No Tables, No Chairs” for Art on the Atlanta BeltLine’s 10th Anniversary

In collaboration with Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, Arbitrary Living presents Friends and Neighbors event series. Friends and Neighbors is a mini boutique festival and day party celebrating southern hospitality, public art and creative commerce at Historic Fourth Ward Park Outdoor Theater and Meadow. The next edition of the event is on Saturday, November 2nd … Continue Reading →

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BeltLine After Dark x Music in the Park

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, in collaboration with Music in the Park, invites community members to a weekend of music and celebration with “BeltLine After Dark x Music in the Park” on Friday, October 18th and Saturday, October 19th, 2019 at several locations along the Atlanta BeltLine’s Westside Trail.

The 2017 Lantern Parade. Photo: The Sintoses and Atalie Bland

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade Returns September 21

Parade will celebrate the tenth anniversary of the yearly illuminated procession One of Atlanta’s most popular annual traditions returns on September 21 for its tenth year! Created and hosted by Chantelle Rytter and the Krewe of the Grateful Gluttons, the Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade will take place along two miles of the … Continue Reading →

Friends and Neighbors Day Fest continues this August as Atlanta’s Garden Art Party

In collaboration with Art On The Atlanta Beltline, Arbitrary Living presents Friends and Neighbors event series. Friends and Neighbors is a mini boutique festival and day party celebrating southern hospitality, public art and creative commerce at Historic Fourth Ward Park Outdoor Theater and Meadow. The next edition of the event is on Sunday, August 10th … Continue Reading →

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Announces BeltLine Walls Festival

Free community event includes Family Paint Day, freestyle performances, and theater ATLANTA – BeltLine Walls is Art on the Atlanta BeltLine’s annual mural festival. Muralists from Atlanta and beyond will paint walls side-by-side alongside former railroad tracks on the Northeast (interim) Trail by Mason Fine Art. The 2019 BeltLine Walls Festival begins July 21st and … Continue Reading →

Friends and Neighbors with ChopItUpATL

Friends and Neighbors Day Fest continues this July as Atlanta’s Garden Art Party

In collaboration with Art on the Atlanta Beltline, Arbitrary Living presents Friends and Neighbors event series. Friends and Neighbors is a mini boutique festival and day party celebrating southern hospitality, public art and creative commerce at Historic Fourth Ward Park Outdoor Theater and Meadow. The next edition of the event is on Sunday, July 14th … Continue Reading →

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BeltLine Public Art Advisory Council Established

Council will meet quarterly to evaluate Atlanta BeltLine Public Art Projects & Programs Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) has selected participants for the newly-established BeltLine Public Art Advisory Council (BPAAC). The BPAAC will meet quarterly to review ABI’s public art projects and programs, including selected artists for the annual Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition, external … Continue Reading →

City Gate Theater in Ashview Heights - Art on the Atlanta BeltLine 2018. Photo credit: the Sintoses

One Week Remaining to Apply for 2019 Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition

Applications for temporary exhibition and technical positions close April 26 ATLANTA – On February 27, 2019, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine released a call for proposals for its tenth year of exhibition. Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) runs the temporary exhibition, which has brought visual and performing art to the Atlanta BeltLine’s parks and trails since … Continue Reading →

Meet Your 2019 Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Jurors

It’s spring again, and that means the next Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition is just a few short months away! The 2019 call for artists has been released, along with solicitations for technical positions and a brand new residency program!

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Atlanta Film Festival Announces The Return of Signature Sound + Vision Event

In partnership with the Atlanta BeltLine, the festival highlight returns after a one-year hiatus with music, art and more ATLANTA, GA (April 10, 2019) — The Atlanta Film Festival (ATLFF) is pleased to present the return of the signature mid-week event, SOUND+VISION, to the 43rd annual festival as one of seven Special Presentations. This year, … Continue Reading →

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Announces Jurors for 2019 Exhibition

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine has selected the jury for the 2019 exhibition. The twelve-member jury panel is comprised of artists and arts professionals from the Atlanta community and represent a diverse set of media, expertise, and demographics.