Council will meet quarterly to evaluate Atlanta BeltLine Public Art Projects & Programs Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) has selected participants for the newly-established BeltLine Public Art Advisory Council (BPAAC). The …
It’s spring again, and that means the next Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition is just a few short months away! The 2019 call for artists has been released, along with solicitations for technical positions and a brand new residency program!
Art on the Atlanta BeltLine has selected the jury for the 2019 exhibition. The twelve-member jury panel is comprised of artists and arts professionals from the Atlanta community and represent a diverse set of media, expertise, and demographics.
Art on the Atlanta BeltLine is calling for artists to apply to its inaugural residency program. The Art on the Atlanta BeltLine residency program is designed to offer real-world exposure within the realm of public art and infrastructure, presenting many unique challenges and learning opportunities.
We have lots of exciting news in the AoAB universe for you! Last week, we announced the call for artist proposals for the 2019 exhibition. Additionally, a number of technical positions are available for which qualified individuals can apply.
Art on the Atlanta BeltLine has released a call for proposals for its tenth year of exhibition. Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) runs the temporary exhibition, which has brought visual and performing art to the Atlanta BeltLine’s parks and trails since 2010.
Due to overwhelmingly positive response, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine has extended Dr. Karcheik Sims-Alvarado’s photography exhibition “Atlanta and the Civil Rights Movement, 1944 – 1968” to March 1. Originally …