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 →

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Releases Fall Performance Schedule

Annual exhibition begins with Lantern Parade on September 12 and continues through mid-November ATLANTA – The sixth year of Art on the Atlanta Beltline features more than 100 visual and performance projects, making it the largest outdoor exhibition in the south. Beginning on September 12 with the Lantern Parade created and hosted by Chantelle Rytter … Continue Reading →

Don’t Miss the Lantern Workshops!

The Lantern Parade is almost here! September 12 is right around the corner, and if you haven’t made your lantern yet, we’ve got you covered! There are still plenty of lantern workshops left before the big day, and there’s a workshop for every taste. Free up both hands for your red solo cups by joining us … Continue Reading →

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Artists Selected for 2015 Exhibition

The South’s Largest Temporary Public Art Project Returns for a Sixth Year from September 12 to November 15 Atlanta – The largest temporary, outdoor public art exhibition in the south, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, returns this fall for its sixth year. This year’s exhibition will feature more than 100 works of visual and performing … Continue Reading →

Atlanta Receives NEA Grant for Atlanta BeltLine Art Master Plan

The City of Atlanta’s Office of Cultural Affairs (OCA) was awarded an Our Town grant by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) to support the Atlanta BeltLine Arts and Culture Master Plan. The Master Plan is focused on the development of cultural facilities, partnerships, and programs that will enhance livability for those who live along and use the Atlanta … Continue Reading →

The beloved "Giants" made their annual appearance as the parade's tallest participants.

Atlanta Medical Center Sponsors Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade

ATLANTA – July 10, 2015 – The Atlanta BeltLine is proud to announce Atlanta Medical Center as a sponsor of the 2015 Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade. The Lantern Parade will take place Sept. 12, 2015, kicking off the sixth annual Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition. Thousands of metro Atlanta residents are expected to turn … Continue Reading →

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Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Receives Award of Excellence from the Atlanta Urban Design Commission

Largest outdoor temporary exhibition in the south awarded for excellence in public works of art On May 19, 2015, Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. accepted an Award of Excellence for the Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition. Awards of Excellence are presented to programs, projects and individuals who significantly contribute toward the enhancement of the City of … Continue Reading →

Calling Designers and Artists!

Heard about the Atlanta BeltLine Run.Walk.Go! Series (formerly the Atlanta BeltLine Running Series)? Have great ideas for a t-shirt? Then we want to hear from you! Entering its fifth year, the four-race series has attracted nearly 10,000 participants – providing a fun, festive atmosphere while connecting people to diverse communities and better health.  Now in … Continue Reading →

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Art on the Atlanta BeltLine 2015 Request for Proposals

Media contact: Ericka Brown Davis, Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (404) 477-3660, edavis@atlbeltline.org Largest Outdoor Temporary Public Art Exhibition in the South Calls for Artists’ Proposals Atlanta – Following up on the success of the fifth year of exhibition, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine returns this fall to present visual and performing art along the Atlanta BeltLine … Continue Reading →

Atlanta BeltLine 2014 – A Year in Review

A Groundbreaking Start It’s been one of the Atlanta BeltLine’s most exciting years. Filled with progress and transformation made possible by tremendous support from our private and public funders and partners, the Atlanta BeltLine started 2014 off by breaking ground for the Eastside Trail Gateway on January 17, 2014. The Gateway Trail is an ADA-accessible path connecting Historic … Continue Reading →

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Performance Finale

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine performances came to an exciting close on the weekend of October 18 and 19. The beautiful weather and awesome lineup came together to create two great days of events that hundreds of people came out to enjoy (see the full photo gallery here.) Saturday’s show in Gordon White Park started with three … Continue Reading →

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine and Atlanta Celebrates Photography Premiere “The Fence” for 2014 Exhibition

More than 900 feet of photography featured on the Eastside Trail installation ATLANTA – As part of the 2014 Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition, Atlanta Celebrates Photography (ACP) is partnering with United Photo Industries of NY to exhibit “The Fence,” a photographic installation consisting of more than 900 feet of work from photographers selected … Continue Reading →

2014 Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade time lapse.

Thousands of Participants Lit Up the 2014 Lantern Parade!

Something truly amazing was in the air on Saturday night at the Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade. Everyone was abuzz with anticipation about the event: How big would the crowd be? Would we see even more fantastic giant lanterns? Most importantly, would we recapture the magic of last year’s parade, when more than 10,000 people came to … Continue Reading →

Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade: Stephen and Lisa 6

Lantern Parade Love Stories

If you’ve ever been to the Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade, you know there is a certain type of magic in the air: a love for an event so unique, a love for Atlanta, a love for all of your fun-loving neighbors out on the trail with you. Love stories even have a way of intertwining … Continue Reading →

250 Atlanta BeltLine Supporters + 33 Works of Art = $40,000 Raised!

More than 250 art lovers and Atlanta BeltLine supporters joined in the Art for Action event at Peridot West on Wednesday, Aug. 20. The fun, summer dinner and art auction gathering featured performances by the Deadfields, tasty cuisine, and for dessert – a charity auction featuring 33 works of art generously donated by local and … Continue Reading →

Performance Schedule Released for Year Five of Art on the Atlanta BeltLine

Annual Temporary Exhibition Begins with Lantern Parade on September 6, Performances on September 7 ATLANTA— Art on the Atlanta Beltline returns for the fifth year with more visual art and performances than ever before. More than 100 installations and three performance weekends make this the largest temporary art exhibition in the City of Atlanta. The … Continue Reading →

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine fundraising campaign

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Launches $150,000 Fundraising Campaign

Year five of temporary exhibition to get crowd-funding boost Atlanta – The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership (ABLP) has launched a $150,000 campaign on URUUT, an Atlanta-based crowd-funding platform, to help fund the fifth annual Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition.Now the largest temporary public art exhibition in the southeast, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine returns this … Continue Reading →

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Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Artists Selected for 2014 Exhibition

Atlanta’s Largest Temporary Public Art Project Returns for a Fifth Year from September 6 to November 15 Atlanta – Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, now the largest temporary public art exhibition in the southeast, returns this fall for its fifth year and will feature nearly 100 works of visual and performing art from September 6 … Continue Reading →

Atlanta BeltLine Receives National Endowment For The Arts Grant

City of Atlanta Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs awarded one of 66 “Our Town” Projects Selected Nationwide for Project on the Atlanta BeltLine Atlanta – National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Chairman Jane Chu announced plans to award 66 Our Town grants totaling $5.073 million and reaching 38 states in the Our Town program’s fourth … Continue Reading →

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Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Receives Award From Harlem Fine Arts Show

On Thursday, June 26, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine was presented with the 2014 Arts and Community Award from the Harlem Fine Arts Show. In partnership with the National Black Arts Festival, the 2014 Harlem Fine Arts Show came to Atlanta June 26-29. The Atlanta BeltLine was recognized during the opening night reception, which benefited … Continue Reading →

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Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Call for Committee Members

Have you been looking for a way to get involved with Art on the Atlanta BeltLine but were unsure how to do it? Here is a way to bring your unique skills to the table and help make year 5 of this amazing project happen! Art on the Atlanta BeltLine is seeking dedicated volunteers to … Continue Reading →

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Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Call for Artists

Atlanta’s Largest Temporary Public Art Exhibition Seeking Artists for Fifth Annual Exhibition  Atlanta –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 2014. The upcoming exhibition represents Art on the Atlanta BeltLine’s fifth … Continue Reading →