Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. annually seeks qualified visual artists, art teams, performers, musicians, and sculptors at every stage of their careers to submit their credentials for our Art on the Atlanta BeltLine (“AoAB”) Public Art Exhibition season.
Our Program offers an opportunity to increase the equitable funding of individual artists and cultural organizations in Atlanta, our region, and beyond. We believe in creative place-keeping and investing resources in historically underserved communities. We acknowledge the rights of all people to participate, create, and celebrate all histories, cultures, and creative expression.
Call-for-Artists goes live.
When it’s live, we’ll link the official Request for Proposals in our procurement system, Bonfire, where artists can register, view all information, download all documents, view updates, and submit proposals. We’ll also host an informational session.
Late Spring/Early Summer 2024
The mission of our exhibition Jury is to create a diverse and equitable panel of the most qualified individuals. We are dedicated to ensuring our jury members represent the broadest swath of Atlanta’s identities in order to make our exhibitions as equitable and inclusive as possible.
Mid/Late Summer 2024
Panel will make the final selection and notify selected artists.
Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Map
Use our Google Map to virtually explore Art on the Atlanta BeltLine.
Art & Culture Strategic Implementation Plan (SIP)
The Art & Culture Strategic Implementation Plan (SIP) moves beyond the Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition to support strong, livable communities and increased creative activities along the Atlanta BeltLine. The purpose of the plan is to utilize the unique transformative potential of the Atlanta BeltLine to improve neighborhood connectivity and access to cultural amenities.
Atlanta BeltLine Inc.’s Public Art Program
In 2018, Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. released the first comprehensive policy document for Art on the Atlanta BeltLine. The document is the first-ever comprehensive cultural plan for Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. and is intended to serve as a roadmap to a more inclusive, equitable, and resilient cultural ecosystem. Its strategies support arts and culture around the corridor and delineate roles for Atlanta BeltLine stakeholders at all levels.