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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

2014 Art on the Atlanta Beltline artists announced

Beltline art by HENSE and BORN on the edge of Piedmont Park between Park Tavern and Ansley Mall.
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  • Beltline art by HENSE and BORN on the edge of Piedmont Park between Park Tavern and Ansley Mall.

The largest temporary public art exhibition in the southeast returns to Atlanta this fall in Art on the Atlanta Beltline, which will run from Sept. 6 through Nov. 15. Now in its fifth year, Art on the Atlanta Beltine transforms the paved and interim hiking trails into an outdoor gallery space, featuring works of both visual and performing art.

Out of the 240 art proposals submitted for consideration, a selection panel chose nearly 100 visual and performance pieces to be featured. The selected installations will accompany the permanent art found on the Beltline. The installations are meant to exemplify "the transformative nature of Atlanta's largest redevelopment program."

"The Atlanta BeltLine is presenting public art on an entirely new scale for Atlanta," Paul Morris, President and CEO of Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. said via press release. "This year, with the help of our incredible partners and sponsors, we are able to bring more art and artists than ever to the Atlanta Beltline. We are looking forward to making year five of Art on the Atlanta Beltline the best yet."

The exhibit will officially launch on the evening of Sept. 6 with the Atlanta Beltline Lantern Parade.

Below is the list of artists/performers:

#weloveatl in association with the Inside Out Project
Allen Peterson
Ana Maria Paramo
Anonymous Da Band
Anthony Cerilli
Atlanta Collage Society
Atlanta Taiko Project
Bryan Alcorn
Candlestick Creative
Casey Lynch
Cash Barnes
Charlie Brouwer
Christopher Moulder
CORE Performance Company, Association Manifeste, Consul General of France and Rialto Center for the Arts
Corian Ellisor
Corrina Sephora
Crossover Movement Arts
Daniel Kim, Quy Le, Mary Briatta, and Steven Fendely
Danielle Nicole Brutto with Faun and a Pan Flute
David Holcomb
David Pudleiner, Patrick Chopson, Yinyuan Jia, and Tyler Moss
Don Lawler
Dorothy O'Connor and Craig Appel
Edeliegba
Erin Wicker
Esther de Monteflores
Ethan Conlon
Eyedrum Art and Music Gallery
Fabian Dominic Williams
Fly on a Wall Collective
Gateway Performance Productions
Geoffrey Smith
GO collaborative
HENSE
J. Aaron Alderman
Jake Tompkins and Ben Hollerbach
James Pete Peterson and the Blues in the House Band
Jason Smith of Smithworks Iron & Design
Joy Peace, Thomas Bell, Skylar Holden, Yara Betancourt, Sara Gregory, Rose Shield, and Laura Breyley
Juliann Tompkins
Julie Ann McKevitt
Julio Ceballos and Christine Lu
Karl Kelm
Ken Walters
Kenneth Bridger
King Pig
Kollaboration Atlanta presents: Kingsmen and Kavi Vu
Kyle Brooks
Lucas Bertoli
Marc Whitley, Virginia Bradbury, and Katie Quigley
Matt Haffner
Maurice Clifford, Lindsey Bolin, Alexandra Holtzer, Jeremy Nash, Arian Zarrabi
Mausiki Scales and the Common Ground Collective
Michael Stasny
Misao Cates and Isaac Ramsey
Molly Rose Freeman
Music in the Park ATL
Nathan Koskovich and Nghi Duong
Nathan Pierce
Carver Iron
Nick Kahler
olive47
Patrick Chopson, Yinyuan Jia, Tyler Moss, and David Pudleiner
Phil Proctor
Ray Katz
Rose M. Barron and Margaret Hiden
Ruby Velle and the Soulphonics
Ryan Mathern
Salah Ananse
Santiago Paramo
Staibdance
Terry Hardy
Textile Tagger
The Experience Collective
The Ghosts Project
The Indie Craft Experience
The Knitterati and Dr. Alex Rodriguez
Thomas Prochnow
Toni Marie Young
Atlanta Celebrates Photography and United Photo Industries (NY)
Wade Tilton, S. Bedford, Molly Harvey
William D. Massey
Zoetic Dance Ensemble

Folks interested in seeing the most art should migrate toward the following areas, where visual installations and performances will be most concentrated: the northern Eastside interim hiking trail (between Montgomery Ferry Road and Monroe Drive); the Eastside Trail (between Monroe Drive and Irwin Street); Eastside interim hiking trail (between Wylie Street and Memorial Drive in Reynoldstown); the Westside Trail (between Washington Park and Allene Avenue in southwest Atlanta).

A full schedule of performances will be released later this summer - don't worry, we'll keep you updated.

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