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Now in its fourth year, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine returns to bring visual art and performance to nearly 8 miles of the Atlanta BeltLine corridor.
Scheduled for September through November, temporary works of visual and performance art will be exhibited along the linear greenspace of the BeltLine corridor. 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.
Please check back in late summer / early fall 2013 for our full 2013 exhibition schedule. In the meantime, here are some proposed locations and dates for 2013′s exhibition:
Proposed projects will be presented in the following sections of the Atlanta BeltLine:
- Between Montgomery Ferry Road and Monroe Drive
- Between Monroe Drive and Irwin Street (Eastside Trail)
- Between Wylie Street and Memorial Drive in Reynoldstown
- Between Washington Park and Allene Avenue in southwest Atlanta
Additional spaces may become available as the project progresses. Applicants will be notified of any changes.
Performing artists and musicians should keep the following dates available. Performance events scheduled outside these dates will not be permitted.
- September 7, 8, 21, 22, 28, 29
- October 12, 13
Some of our performance locations include: the outdoor theater in Historic Fourth Ward Park, Gordon White Park, on the Atlanta BeltLine corridor in Reynoldstown behind H Harper Station, and on the
Atlanta BeltLine corridor off Allene Ave.
2013 Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Schedule
The full 2013 schedule will be listed below once the details have been set.
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