ABI Apology to the Community on Westside Trail Art Exhibit

We have seen the photos that were installed on the Westside Trail and we are gravely concerned that those images were a part of this year’s Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibit displayed in the community. Art on the Atlanta BeltLine was created to make art accessible to everyone by bringing the exhibit to public … Continue Reading →

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Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Announces Fall Performance Schedule

Annual exhibition kicks off with Lantern Parade on September 9  ATLANTA – Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. is excited to announce the performance line up for the eighth annual Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition, beginning with the Lantern Parade on September 9 and continuing through November. The exhibition boasts more art than ever, with hundreds of … Continue Reading →

A Solar Wind on the Atlanta BeltLine

We in Atlanta were lucky to be able to witness a partial solar eclipse on August 21, and in north Georgia, some folks even witnessed the event in totality. Whether you saw the eclipse or missed it, you can see our own homage to the sun right on the Atlanta BeltLine. Phil Proctor’s “Solar Wind” … Continue Reading →

Atlanta BeltLine Partnership Announces Ponce City Market and 10th & Monroe as Co-Presenting Sponsors of 2017 Art on the Atlanta BeltLine

The South’s largest temporary public art exhibition runs September through November ATLANTA (August 11, 2017) — The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership (ABP) is pleased to announce that Ponce City Market and 10th & Monroe will serve as Co-Presenting Sponsors for this year’s Art on the Atlanta BeltLine.   Presented by Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. since 2010, Art … Continue Reading →

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Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Returns for 2017

Announcing artists for the exhibition’s eighth year beginning September 9 Atlanta – Now in its eighth year, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine returns to bring a new art and cultural experience to miles of the Atlanta BeltLine corridor. The largest outdoor temporary public art project in the south, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine seeks to … Continue Reading →

Tens of thousands of people brought homemade lanterns to walk in the parade. Amy Sparks Photography.

Atlanta BeltLine Partnership Announces Cox Enterprises and WellStar Atlanta Medical Center as Presenting Sponsors of 2017 Lantern Parade

Parade serves as kick-off event for the South’s largest temporary public art exhibition ATLANTA (July 27, 2017) — The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership (ABP) is pleased to announce that Cox Enterprises and WellStar Atlanta Medical Center will serve as Presenting Sponsors for the 2017 Lantern Parade on September 9.  Ponce City Market will also support the … Continue Reading →

Salvaging History From Excelsior Mill

Part of the beauty of building the Atlanta BeltLine is exploring the history of the city’s bypass of old railroad corridors that make up the 22-mile loop. Along with the development of transit, trail, and park infrastructure, historic preservation is one of the main components of building the Atlanta BeltLine. Artifacts, old rails, and even … Continue Reading →

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Art on the Atlanta BeltLine 2017 Open Call for Artists

Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. seeks to bring new artistic experiences to trail and park users  Atlanta – Art on the Atlanta BeltLine has published an open call seeking artists for the 2017 exhibition. Over the past eight years, the linear gallery space surrounding the Atlanta BeltLine has grown in scope to become the largest temporary outdoor … Continue Reading →

Artist Tim Frank's rendering of the sculpture at Angier Springs.

New Sculpture Coming to the Eastside Trail!

A new sculpture is joining the Atlanta BeltLine’s continuing art exhibition. Artist Tim Frank is creating the sculpture, and excavation for the site preparation is now underway. The installation will be on the Eastside Trail at the Angier Springs access point, across from the Gateway. The sculpture is funded by a grant from the Schrager Family … Continue Reading →

Fan favorite William Massey returns to Art on the Atlanta BeltLine with his sculpture, "We See." Photo: The Sintoses

A Look Back at Art on the Atlanta BeltLine 2016

With the seventh annual Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition coming to a close, we are taking a look back at some of the amazing visual and performing art we’ve seen this year from hundreds of artists. The largest temporary public art exhibition in the south kicked off on September 10 with the Lantern Parade, … Continue Reading →

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Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Finalizes Schedule of Performances

Annual exhibition began with Lantern Parade on September 10 and will continue with performances through October. ATLANTA – Art on the Atlanta BeltLine has finalized its performance schedule that kicked off with the Lantern Parade on September 10 and will continue through the month of October. The exhibition, now the largest temporary public art exhibition … Continue Reading →

Tens of thousands of people brought homemade lanterns to walk in the parade. Amy Sparks Photography.

Another Banner Year for the Lantern Parade!

The 2016 Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade was by far the biggest and best yet! We’ll have official counts for you soon, but this parade was easily the most colorful and cheerful celebration we’ve had to date. Chantelle Rytter and the Krewe of the Grateful Gluttons created the Lantern Parade and have hosted it for … Continue Reading →

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Road Closure for Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade September 10

Parade officials advise detour routes and alternative transportation WHAT: The 2016 Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade, created and hosted by Chantelle Rytter and the Krewe of the Grateful Gluttons and sponsored by Wellstar Atlanta Medical Center, will mark the opening of the seventh year of the Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition. The exhibition is presented … Continue Reading →

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Announces 2016 Selected Artists

Largest temporary art exhibition in the south will enter its seventh year on September 10 Atlanta – Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, the south’s largest temporary public art exhibition is returning on September 10 for its seventh year. The exhibition features more than 150 works of art in a variety of disciplines and will kick … Continue Reading →

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine 2016 Request for Proposals

Largest Outdoor Temporary Public Art Exhibition in the South Seeking Artist Proposals Atlanta – Celebrating seven years as Atlanta’s largest temporary outdoor art exhibition, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine has issued a Request for Proposals seeking artists for the 2016 exhibition. Scheduled for September through November, temporary works of visual and performing art will be … Continue Reading →

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Feature: COLORism

The success of Art on the Atlanta BeltLine continues to grow as visitors come out to support public art through the 2015 exhibition. With performances and installations from local artists, as well as artists from around the nation and around the world, this year’s exhibition continues to show how Atlanta is elevating art on a … Continue Reading →

Atlanta BeltLine Issues Call for Proposals for Permanent Sculpture on the Eastside Trail

Sculpture will become part of Art on the Atlanta BeltLine’s Continuing Exhibition ATLANTA –The Atlanta BeltLine is looking for experienced artists and designers to submit proposals for a large scale, outdoor sculpture to display along the Eastside Trail. Sculptures should be monumental in size with a three-dimensional form and be visible from at least 100 … Continue Reading →

weloveatl - photo by Christopher T Martin

#weloveatl Brings the Atlanta Community Together Through an Interactive Gallery for Art on the Atlanta BeltLine

ATLANTA – For the second year in a row, the Atlanta BeltLine and #weloveatl are teaming up through the Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition to help elevate the art scene in Atlanta, particularly along the Atlanta BeltLine. For this year’s exhibition, #weloveatl has collaborated with Joe Dreher to present “The (HE)ART GALLERY.” The display, … Continue Reading →

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Performance Finale

The sixth year of Art on the Atlanta BeltLine performances came to a fantastic finale on October 10 & 11. With the Westside Trail closed for construction, we had to get creative with our performance venues, so on Saturday, October 10, we took our events to the Piedmont Park stage on the northeast hiking trail. This … Continue Reading →

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine and Atlanta Celebrates Photography Return with “The Fence” for the 2015 Exhibition

More than 900 feet of photography featured on the Eastside Trail installation ATLANTA – Returning to Art on the Atlanta BeltLine for a second year, Atlanta Celebrates Photography (ACP), along with their partners at United Photo Industries of NY, exhibits their photo gallery “The Fence.” The photographic installation features over 900 feet of internationally submitted … Continue Reading →

Evening performances at Gordon White Park. Photo credit: John Becker

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine is Off to an Exciting Start!

The weekend of September 19 and 20 marked the second weekend of the 2015 Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition, following up on an exciting opening weekend that brought 60,000 people out to the Eastside Trail for the Lantern Parade, and a whole lineup of events at the first Old Fourth Ward Fall Festival. Events continued … Continue Reading →

A time-lapse photo of the 2015 Lantern Parade facing Ponce City Market. Photo: Sinan Sinharoy

You Did It Again – the 2015 Lantern Parade!

Well, Atlanta, you made it happen again. Each year we think the Lantern Parade can’t get any more magical, and every year you prove us wrong with your beautiful homemade creations and your Atlanta BeltLine pride. This year, the parade topped them all with an estimated 60,000 attendees. No, that’s not a typo – and … Continue Reading →

Atlanta BeltLine Expects Large Numbers for Lantern Parade September 12

Parking is limited and officials advise using alternative transportation The annual Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade, created and hosted by Chantelle Rytter and the Krewe of the Grateful Gluttons and sponsored by Atlanta Medical Center, will mark the opening of the sixth year of Art on the Atlanta BeltLine on Saturday, September 12. Parade-goers are encouraged … Continue Reading →