Art around the Atlanta BeltLine will get prepared to light the night time
September 7, 2012Elizabeth FlorioComments
A week ago was full of institutional Atlanta occasions for example DragonCon and also the Decatur Book Festival, however this weekend marks the 3rd anniversary of the more youthful social tradition: Art around the Atlanta BeltLine, a 3-month-lengthy exhibition which brings visual and gratifaction art towards the BeltLine’s twenty-two miles of trails, parks, and rail lines. Festivities start tomorrow evening using the Krewe from the Grateful Gluttons’ lantern parade, by which attendees will convey paper lamps from Inman Park to Piedmont Park around the soon-to-open Eastside Trail and finished having a party at Park Tavern.
The homemade beacons of sunshine will feel extra symbolic this season. Following the recent rejection of T-SPLOST, which may have channeled some $600 million towards the BeltLine, and also the ongoing Atlanta Symphony Orchestra lockout, both transit advocates and art enthusiasts can use just a little spiritual healing.
Get more information at a sales brochure having a complete performance schedule and map of art installations. And click on here to see our feature (with photo gallery) around the substantial progress the Atlanta BeltLine Corporation. makes since its beginning-having a cameo in one of Art around the Atlanta BeltLine’s colorful figures:
Uniman for action from Will Eccleston on Vimeo.