Cabbagetown Artists’ Tribe looking for volunteer support for Art on the BeltLine project!

With Art on the BeltLine opening on June 5th, 2010 (in Gordon White Park – check art.beltline.org for calendar of events!), our artists are incredibly busy installing their works in these final two weekends. Next weekend, May 29-30, 2010 from 10 a.m. til 5 p.m., the Cabbagetown Artists’ Tribe will be putting the finishing touches on their piece, “The Pardoned Eden Garden,” and have sent along this call for volunteer assistance (check out the project’s progress on facebook):

It‘s time to install art on the Beltline!!!

Come be a part of the art! Help hang those beautiful, wild, and creative birds that you and your neighbors made. Give a hand to groom the grounds of The Pardoned Eden garden. Participate in placing the perfect punctuation to a community art project!

Saturday, May 29 and Sunday, May 30 from 10-5 behind the Depot on Memorial Drive.

Rakes, shovels, ladders, wire, and other knickknacks are appreciated. Woman power, man power, child power and everything-in-between power are needed!

It’ll be a party (with some of the fixins).

You do not have to be a resident to come help. You do not have to be an artist. You do not have to have made a bird or participated in this project before. ALL ARE WELCOME!

In case you haven’t heard, The Cabbagetown Artist Tribe was awarded the opportunity to contribute art to the Atlanta Beltline, which will be popping up around Atlanta this spring. It’s a community art project and your neighbors spent the last two weekends making beautiful and creative birds as part of the project. Now it’s time to install and complete the work. Come join and be a part of it!

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