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Art on the Beltline announces fall season


Art on the Atlanta Beltline, one of the largest temporary public art exhibits in the Southeast, returns Sept. 6 through Nov. 15, featuring nearly 100 works of visual and performance art. The yearly exhibit takes place outdoors, along the abandoned rail bed that has been reclaimed as a necklace of multi-use trails and public parks.

The sculpture, dance, murals, outdoor concerts and theatrical presentations transform the corridor into an outdoor gallery space. The season kicks off on the evening of Sept. 6 with the Atlanta Beltline Lantern Parade. Exhibits during the fall will be concentrated on the northern eastside interim hiking trail between Montgomery Ferry Road and Monroe Drive; on the eastside trail between Monroe Drive and Irwin Street; on the southern eastside interim hiking trail between Wylie Street and Memorial Drive; and on the westside trail between Washington Park and Allene Avenue.

The list of artists who will be represented includes:

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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 OʼConnor and Craig Appel

Edeliegba

Erin Wicker

Esther de Monteflores

Ethan Conlon

Eyedrum Music & Art Gallery

Fabian Dominic Williams

Fly on a Wall Collective

Gateway Performance Productions

Geoffrey Smith

GO collaborative

HENSE

J. Arron 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

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Patrick Chopson, Yinyuan Jia, Tyler Moss and David Pudleiner

Phil Proctor

Ray Katz

Rose M. Barron and Margaret Hiden

Ruby Velle & 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 & Dr. Alex Rodriguez

Thomas Prochnow

Toni Marie Young

Alanta Celebrates Photography and United Photo Industries of NY

Wade Tilton, S. Bedford, Molly Harvey

William D. Massey

Zoetic Dance Ensemble

For information: art.beltline.org/


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Bo Emerson is an Atlanta native and a long-time AJC feature and news writer.