At Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) and Atlanta BeltLine Partnership (ABP), the health and safety of our participants, volunteers and staff is our top priority. In support of broader public health efforts to contain COVID-19 and protect our community, ABI and ABP are suspending most programming through the end of March.
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Artist Information Session
March 21 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Art on the Atlanta BeltLine has released a call for artists for visual and performance art, sculpture, the residency program, and support positions.
Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, the largest temporary art exhibition of its kind in the south, is committed to paying artists a living wage for their work and to providing arts and culture jobs in the local economy and beyond. Across all program elements, success depends on creating and preserving affordability; reducing residential, commercial and cultural displacement; reducing racial and economic disparities; promoting transit and connectivity; empowering BeltLine communities for the future; and ultimately improving the overall quality of life for all BeltLine residents.
Artists can view the open calls at https://art.beltline.org/for-artists/.
Artists and professionals are invited to join ABI staff for several information sessions at various locations throughout March and April. These public meetings will provide additional information about the process and allow for attendees to ask questions.