Taranji Alvarado

Taranji Alvarado and her band performed at Historic Fourth Ward Park in September 2013.

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Schedule

The Lineup

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine returns with visual and performing art the weekend after Labor Day. See the full schedule of events below.


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The largest temporary art project in the history of Atlanta, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine seeks to include visual artists, performers, musicians and historic preservationists; placing working professionals alongside emerging artists.

Living Drum Circle

Pictured: GiwayenMata, Living Drum Circle

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Our Sponsors

Presenting Sponsors

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, presented by City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs and 10th & Monroe

Platinum Sponsors




THE SARA GILES MOORE FOUNDATION






Gold Sponsors













Silver Sponsors



Bronze Sponsors


Homestead Foundation








Friends & Patron Sponsors


Arnika Dawkins Gallery


WABE 90.1FM & PBA30 TV


Inman Park Neighborhood Association

Be a Sponsor!
Art on the Atlanta BeltLine would not be possible without our incredible sponsors, and we want you to join our team! We offer many ways to get involved, and each provides the opportunity to promote your company and show your support for the Atlanta BeltLine.

For more information on becoming an Art on the Atlanta BeltLine sponsor contact:

 

Salisha Evans
Director of Partnerships & Engagement, Atlanta BeltLine Partnership
Salisha@atlblp.org

 

Tel: (404) 446-4408
Fax: (404) 446-4403