Sept 21 on the Eastside Trail interim hiking trail in Reynoldstown near Memorial Drive
3:00 pm: FLY ON A WALL: Prism Study No. 1 [Interactive Installation]
Fly on a Wall, a collective that aims to build an environment where creators of every discipline can share ideas, audiences, and spaces, will perform for 15 minutes between each set on Sunday.
3:30 pm: ATLANTA COLLAGE SOCIETY: A Tempietto of the NINE Muses… [Theater]
ACS has created an obelisk that is dedicated to the nine muses from Greek mythology. Through the structure and theater they are presenting their interpretation of how the muses influence the city of Atlanta, past, present and future.
4:00 pm: FLY ON A WALL COLLECTIVE: Prism Study No. 1 [Interactive Installation]
4:30 pm: dirTea: Conceived by joy peace and created in collaboration with participating artists [Dance]
Break out of your antiseptic boxes as dirTea shatters your need for sterility and habitual disconnection from nature in this site-specific performance art piece.
5:00 pm: FLY ON A WALL COLLECTIVE: Prism Study No. 1 [Interactive Installation]
5:15 pm: ZOETIC DANCE ENSEMBLE: If [Dance]
If you missed Zoetic on the Westside Trail in September 7th (or you just want to see them perform again!) here is your chance. The truly astonishing performers use dance to explore the ideas of building unity, strength and power in times of weakness.
6:00 pm: FLY ON A WALL COLLECTIVE: Prism Study No. 1 [Interactive Installation]
6:30 pm: DANIELLE BRUTTO WITH FAUN AND A PAN FLUTE: What You See is What You Hear [Band]
With Creative Loafing‘s Best Album Award from the 2014 Best of Atlanta issue, Faun and a Pan Flute is a must-see Art on the Atlanta BeltLine act. Their set features live-painting by Danielle Brutto, inspired by the music.
7:30 pm: FLY ON A WALL COLLECTIVE: Prism Study No. 1 [Interactive Installation]
8:00 pm: RYAN MATHERN: Caryatid [Burn]
Returning Art on the Atlanta BeltLine artist Ryan Mathern has created another beautiful wooden sculpture that will be transformed with fire on Sunday, revealing an entirely new work of art.
8:30 pm: W(,), S. BEDFORD, MOLLY HARVEY: Molly Rider [Theater]
A narrative installation about a bicycle rider trying to navigate life, this performance piece involves many moving parts (including a bicycle) and a cast that includes puppets.
9:00 pm: THE GHOSTS PROJECT: Silent Film Screening –
Brand new to Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, the Ghosts Project performs beautifully-composed music played to live silent film screenings. Below is the list of short films that will be screened on Saturday evening and Sunday evening.
- Episodes in the Life of a Gin Bottle (1925): Dir. Bela Von Block
- Emak-Bakia (1927): Dir. Man Ray
- The Life and Death of 9413 A Hollywood Extra (1928) Dir. Robert Florey Dir. Slavko Vorkapich
- L’etoile de mer (The Starfish) (1928) Dir. Man Ray
- Replacing Delphine (2004) Dir. Kasia Kowalczyk
ALL DAY: THE INDIE CRAFT EXPERIENCE: Make-n-Takes [Interactive Crafts]
Inspired by indie craft markets in Chicago and Austin, the Indie Craft Experience aims to provide Atlanta with a major indie craft event. The Indie Craft Experience has brought their passion project to the Art on the Atlanta BeltLine. Stations are set up so people on the trail can take a break and spend a few minutes making something handcrafted.