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Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Readies for Fifth Year

Make plans to attend one of the upcoming Art on the Atlanta BeltLine information sessions.

This will mark the fifth year the program has been presenting visual and performing art along more than eight miles of the Atlanta Beltline corridor. Courtesy Art on the Atlanta BeltLine
This will mark the fifth year the program has been presenting visual and performing art along more than eight miles of the Atlanta Beltline corridor. Courtesy Art on the Atlanta BeltLine

By Patch Staff

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine recently announced its call for artists for the 2014 exhibition. This will mark the fifth year the program has been presenting visual and performing art along more than eight miles of the Atlanta 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.

Are you interested in submitting a proposal for the 2014 Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition? Make plans to attend one of the below information sessions to learn more about this opportunity and have your questions answered. 

When: Saturday, March 8, 6:00 p.m.
Where: Goat Farm, 1200 Foster Street, Atlanta, 30318

When: Thursday, March 13, 6:00 p.m.
Where: C4 Atlanta, 115 Martin Luther King Drive SW, Suite #225, Atlanta, 30313

When: Wednesday, April 2, 7:00 p.m. 
Where: Abernathy Arts Center, 254 Johnson Ferry Road NW, Sandy Springs, 30328

When: Sunday, April 6, 3:00 p.m.
Where: WonderRoot, 982 Memorial Drive, Atlanta, 30316

All materials must be received by 5:00 pm on Wednesday April 21, 2014.

Artists are notified by June after a jury reviews all submissions. Fabrication, installation and rehearsals go on through the summer. The exhibit kicks off in September and runs through the second week of November.

You can download the RFP and/or submit your proposal right here on this site. For more information on the submissions process, contact Elan Buchen at ebuchen@atlbeltline.org.

- Art on the Atlanta BeltLine contributed information for this report that was edited for publication.



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