Courtney Hammond and Beth Malone: The arts entrepreneurs 

As Dashboard Co-op, the duo is transforming Atlanta's forgotten spaces through art

RUNNING ON EMPTY: “One minute you’re high-fiving, the next minute you’re fighting, and the next minute you’re hugging.” — Courtney Hammond, left

Joeff Davis

RUNNING ON EMPTY: “One minute you’re high-fiving, the next minute you’re fighting, and the next minute you’re hugging.” — Courtney Hammond, left

It's hard to decide which thing sounds more impossible: successfully luring businesses into long-neglected retail spaces with high-concept contemporary art installations or being handed $30,000 out of the blue, no strings attached. And the likelihood of both happening? File that fat chance…

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