Exterior latex and aerosol on concrete, by Hense. An abstract blend of lines, shapes and color, which create energetic and sophisticated compositions. Located on the south side of Ralph McGill, under the Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail.


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Art on the Atlanta BeltLine

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine invites residents and visitors to explore new segments of the Atlanta BeltLine that are lined with unique temporary public art installations. This public art initiative selects new and returning artists each year to showcase dynamic installations and performances on the Atlanta BeltLine corridor, an emerging system of parks, trails, transit and development that reclaims a 22-mile loop of historic and mostly unused rail around the City’s core. Photography in this collection is provided by a variety of sources.

Call for Artists

Be Part of the Largest Free Outdoor Art Exhibition!

The proposal period for the 2018 exhibition is now open.

Artists interested in submitting for visual or performing for the fall 2018 show visit our 2018 Artist Proposal Submission page.

Submit Proposal

Community feedback drives fresh artistic opportunities for annual exhibition.
The exhibition this year will undergo significant structural changes driven by extensive community engagement and new leadership. Read full article →

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Follow the exhibition on social media. Look for #beltlineart




Be a Sponsor!
Sponsorship opportunities are available for both Art on the Atlanta BeltLine and the Lantern Parade. Download sponsor packets to learn more:

For questions, contact:
Salisha Evans
Director of Partnerships

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

Our Sponsors

Art on the Atlanta Beltline Sponsors




Flashpoint Artists Initiative
Support From

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Supported by

Major support for this project is provided by the City of Atlanta Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs. Major funding for this organization is provided by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners. 

This project is also supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts. To find out more about how National Endowment for the Arts grants impact individuals and communities, visit www.arts.gov.


For more information about Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, please contact:
Miranda Kyle
Arts and Culture Project Manager
Phone: 404-477-3636

For media inquiries, please contact:

Jenny Odom
Communications & Media Relations Manager
Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.

Phone: 404-477-3659