Positions include:

  • Installation Foreman
  • Sound and Lighting Engineer/Technician
  • Exhibition Maintenance Technician
  • Exhibition Photographer
  • Exhibition Docent

Artist Projects & Materials

Selected artists for the exhibition will consider historic, environmental, cultural, functional, urban design, and/or aesthetic aspects of the Atlanta BeltLine in their submittal. Although not limited to the following examples, potential artist projects might include all or some of the following:

  • Temporary art, sculptural or visual installations;
  • Amenities for visitors – such as benches, bike racks, shade structures;
  • Gateway or entrance works;
  • Performance works of all kinds, including but not limited to street and traveling
    performers, parade, music, dance, theater, and performance art;
  • Utilization of fences or screening devices;
  • Loan of existing artwork, such as sculptures or assemblages;
  • Murals;
  • Environmental works;
  • School or class projects;
  • Historical or didactic works;
  • Projects that promote exploration of the Atlanta BeltLine trails;
  • Organizational collaborations

Artist materials shall be durable, requiring minimal maintenance in an outdoor setting. All works must be designed to be safely removed at the end of the designated exhibition period or disintegrate safely into the environment. All construction, installation, and de-installation methods must be adequate and safe for public interaction. Projects must last throughout the exhibition period; however, some performance works or ephemeral works could be scheduled to occur periodically throughout the timeframe. All works and performances must be suitable for all ages and audiences.