Artists’ walks scheduled for Art on the Atlanta BeltLine

artist walk for Art on the Atlanta BeltLine 2011

Have you been thinking about submitting a proposal for a visual or performance arts piece for Art on the Atlanta BeltLine 2011? Would you like to make your proposal location-specific? Now’s your chance to get out into the Atlanta BeltLine corridor and walk the 8 miles of linear park space and trail that will be open during the exhibition!
See the schedule for artists’ walks for Art on the Atlanta BeltLine 2011 →

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Art on the BeltLine Lantern Parade under a full moon on June 26th, 2010!

The Krewe of the Grateful Gluttons invites us to join them on June 26th, 2010 for a Lantern Parade as part of Art on the BeltLine from Irwin / Krog, up the BeltLine trail, to Park Tavern in Piedmont Park!

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

Cabbagetown Artists’ Tribe is looking for volunteer support for their Art on the BeltLine work, “The Pardoned Eden” garden, on the BeltLine corridor just north of the intersection of Memorial and Glenwood. Come out May 29 and 30 to help!

BeltLine Art: come put your signature on the BeltLine with hand-painted signs!

Last summer, dozens of Atlantans came out for the Signing of the BeltLine – a grassroots project that involved 108 plywood boards, hand-painted and hung two-to-a-crossing along the entirety of the Atlanta BeltLine. Did you wonder what those signs were? Did you wish you’d been able to participate? Well, it’s happening again! Whether or not you’ve wielded a paint brush before, your help is needed! Especially since the goal is to double the number of signs to 216 to place four at each of the BeltLine’s 54 crossings!

Another BeltLine walk, this time to begin planning for the huge BeltLine public arts project and exihibition debuting along 8 miles of trail this summer and fall!

On our Atlanta BeltLine walk this morning, we saw the railroad cross tied pulled up in preparation for the mulch hiking trail coming this spring. We also worked on planning for the first BeltLine public arts project, which will range from sculpture to performance art to horticulture, coming this summer to 8 miles of open trail!