Call for Artists for Enota Park Installation Extended to December 1

Artists are invited to submit proposals as part of park expansion ATLANTA – Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) is currently in search of artists and art professionals to create a monumental art piece for the Enota Park expansion on the Atlanta BeltLine’s Westside Trail. Full details are available in the open call, but artists are invited to submit proposals for … Continue Reading →

The Atlanta Opera and Art on the Atlanta BeltLine present: Our Walk to Healing: An Immersive Performance and Processional

On Saturday, October 27, 2018, The Atlanta Opera and the Atlanta BeltLine invite you to join Our Walk to Healing: An Immersive Performance and Processional. The collaborative performance takes place on the Atlanta BeltLine’s Westside and Eastside Trails surrounding Dr. Karcheik Sims-Alvarado’s “Atlanta and the Civil Rights Movement: 1944-1968” photo exhibit. The event will feature … Continue Reading →

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Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade Returns September 22

One of Atlanta’s most popular annual traditions returns on September 22. Created by and featuring Chantelle Rytter and the Krewe of the Grateful Gluttons, the Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade will take place on the Eastside Trail. Participants are encouraged to join with their own lanterns and enjoy the lights and music of … Continue Reading →

BeltLine Walls Celebrates Family Day with Paint Love

On August 4, 2018, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine hosted Family Paint Day with nonprofit Paint Love. For an entire afternoon, families were invited to paint alongside some of Atlanta’s best muralists beneath the Lee St/Murphy Ave tunnel on the Atlanta BeltLine’s Westside Trail. Paint Love is a local organization that connects artists and nonprofits for a … Continue Reading →

2017 Lantern Parade. Photo - the Sintoses

Lantern Parade Workshops Now Available!

We are now about a month out from the Lantern Parade, and what better time than now to sign up for a Lantern Workshop?   The Lantern Parade is an annual event that celebrates Art on the Atlanta BeltLine with a glowing procession of homemade lanterns. The event, created and hosted by Chantelle Rytter and the Krewe of … Continue Reading →

Open Call for Artists – Get Your Sculpture in Enota Park!

Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) is currently in search of artists and art professionals to create a monumental art piece for the Enota Park expansion on the Atlanta BeltLine’s Westside Trail. Full details are available in the open call, but artists are invited to submit proposals for a sculpture eight feet tall or larger, suitable for … Continue Reading →

BeltLine Walls mural painting - 07.29.18 - by John Becker

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine presents Family Paint Day on August 4, 2018

In celebration of the 2018 exhibition season, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine will host a Family Paint Day on Saturday, August 4, from 12-4 p.m. as part of BeltLine Walls. Families are invited to bring their kids to paint alongside some of Atlanta’s most exciting muralists. The inaugural BeltLine Walls showcases the mural component of … Continue Reading →

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Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Launches 2018 Season

ATLANTA – Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) has announced the launch of the 2018 Art on the Atlanta BeltLine (AoAB) season following selection of participating artists. In its ninth year of existence, the AoAB exhibition will celebrate its largest year ever in scope, with more collaborations, new special exhibits, and broader methods of community engagement, all … Continue Reading →

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Meet Your Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Jurors

This year, we have made a lot of changes to Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, and will continue to make changes as we hear from the community about what is important to them in the art exhibition. One of the changes we implemented this year is transparency of the jury panel that will review proposals … Continue Reading →

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Jurors Announced for Art on the Atlanta BeltLine 2018

Panel will review proposals and select work for fall exhibition ATLANTA – The jury panel for the 2018 Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition has been selected. Approximately 100 applications were received after a solicitation based on outside nominations and feedback from community listening sessions held in late 2017. The aim was to create diverse … Continue Reading →

The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership and The Atlanta Opera Receive Collaborative Innovation Grant from The Home Depot Foundation and Georgia Center for Nonprofits

Funds will be used to provide free operatic performances at locations along the Atlanta BeltLine The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership (ABP) and The Atlanta Opera (TAO) have announced they are the joint recipients of a Collaborative Innovation Grant from The Home Depot Foundation and the Georgia Center for Nonprofits (GCN). The $51,000 grant will fund a … Continue Reading →

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine mural "Eye of Choice," by David Fratu on the newly-opened Westside Trail.

The Evolving Role of Public Art on the Atlanta BeltLine

At nine years old, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine has grown up a lot since its days as an under-the-radar exhibition meant to entice people into a then-unpaved Atlanta BeltLine corridor. Part of growing up has meant growing pains for the program, as it has, at times, for the Atlanta BeltLine as a whole. With new … Continue Reading →

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Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Open Call for Submissions

Community feedback drives fresh artistic opportunities for annual exhibition ATLANTA – A request for proposals for Art on the Atlanta BeltLine’s ninth year has been released. Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) has issued an open call for artists to submit to the temporary exhibition which occurs annually on the Atlanta BeltLine’s open parks and trails. The … Continue Reading →

Public Meeting: Citywide Conversation for Art on the Atlanta BeltLine

WHAT: Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) will hold a Citywide Conversation meeting to allow for review and comment on proposed changes for the Art on the Atlanta BeltLine program. Following this discussion, we are seeking input on a larger vision as we develop an Arts and Culture Strategic Implementation Plan. WHO SHOULD ATTEND: The meeting is open … Continue Reading →

A sketch of the mural to be painted.

MURAL SALUTES THE MISSING HISTORIES OF ADRIENNE McNEIL HERNDON AND WESTSIDE ATLANTA

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACTS: Deisha Millar, Bang! Arts Media Deisha@bangarts.com 404-663-3833 January 9, 2018 – Atlanta, Georgia Atlanta artist, Charmaine Minniefield has been commissioned by DoSomething.org, Hands On Atlanta and Spelman College to create a mural on the newly opened Westside Trail of the Atlanta BeltLine.  The mural construction is part of Spelman’s 2018 MLK … Continue Reading →

Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. to Collaborate with National Black Arts Festival on Public Art Program

New partnership will extend Art on the Atlanta BeltLine’s community reach ATLANTA – Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) and the National Black Arts Festival (NBAF) are launching a new collaboration to enhance Art on the Atlanta BeltLine in Atlanta BeltLine neighborhoods. Working together, the two organizations will reach more communities and more artists, share resources and … Continue Reading →

"A New Light Shines Beyond the Darkness," mural on the Eastside Trail by Brandon Sadler.

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine 2017 – A Recap

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine 2017 is coming to a close, and we invite you to look back at some of the highlights from this year’s exhibition with us. Kicking off with the Lantern Parade on September 9, the exhibition brought hundreds of visual installations and performances to the Atlanta BeltLine’s parks and trails. Five of … Continue Reading →

The turnout for Quarterly Briefing at the rescheduled date/location - September 21 at Washington High School. Photo: John Becker

Recap: Third Quarterly Briefing of 2017

On September 21, 2017, Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) hosted its third Quarterly Briefing of 2017. This was the first Quarterly Briefing to be led by new ABI President and CEO Brian McGowan. At the meeting, we presented updates on the Westside Trail (which officially opened September 29) and updates on the first phase of the Eastside … Continue Reading →

Magic at the 2017 Lantern Parade

The 2017 Lantern Parade on Saturday, September 9 was a beautiful homage to art in Atlanta. The parade kicked off the eighth annual Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition, which brings dozens of installations to the Eastside and Westside Trails of the Atlanta BeltLine, along with two performance weekends in September and October. The Lantern Parade, … Continue Reading →