By Collin Kelley

The sixth annual Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition, which transforms portions of the 22-miles loop around the city into a temporary art and performance gallery, will run Sept. 12 through Nov. 15. Kick-off for the exhibition will be on Sept. 12 with the annual Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade.

This year, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine will draw from the Atlanta university community and includes artists from Georgia Tech, Emory University and Savannah College of Art & Design.

Returning favorites include William Massey, who created three-dimensional found object-art under Freedom Parkway, Fly on a Wall with its contemporary dance, and Tiny Doors ATL will bring its miniature doorway art to the event.

National and international artists will also participate, including muralists Addison Karl and Emmanuel Jarus. Other exhibits include a Bollywood performance and the international traveling Posts for Peace and Justice Project. This year, much of the art focuses on social issues – from poverty to civil tolerance.

For a full schedule of events, be sure to visit art.beltline.org.

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(Photos by Isadora Pennington)

2015 Artists
Addison Karl
Andrew Light
Andrew Yff
Antonio Darden
Atlanta Celebrates Photography & United Photo Industries NY
Benjamin Janik
Bent Frequency
Brandon Sadler
Cary Smith
Cash Barnes
Cat Chiu Phillips
Chantelle Rytter and the Krewe of the Grateful Gluttons
Charlie Brouwer
Charlie Smith
Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta
Chouaieb Saidi
Christina Shivers, Colin Lienhard, Andrew Llewellyn
Colleen Jordan
Crossover Movement Arts
Dad’s Garage
Dana Haugaard
Deborah Landry
Dorothy O’Connor & Craig Appel
Down South Swing
Kira Hegeman with Emerging World Ceramics and Hannah Lea
thers of Out of the
Blue Studio
Emily Cargill
Emmanuel Jarus
Eric Thomas & Elevate the Quest
Eyedrum Art and Music Gallery
Flight of Swallows
Fly on a Wall
Gabrielle Duggan
Gateway Performance Productions
Gavin Bernard & Jessica Gomez Florez
Gregor Turk
Grey Peterson, Katie Turner, Kyle Forbes
Harry Zmijewski
Hillside Presbyterian Church Handbell Choir
Indie Craft Experience
Jake Tompkins & EVEREMAN
James Graham Carswell
Jo Peace, Shana Robbins Susanna M Green, Allen Welty-Green, me.you.us.we.them
Joseph Thomas & Amy Carpenter
Joshua Rashaad McFadden
Julio Ceballos
Kaylin Broussard & Chris Bartlett
Kebbi Williams & Music in the Park ATL
Leland Drexler-Russell
Lifecycle Building Center
Lisa Parsons & Kira Corser
Mabu’s Ark Band
All City Murals
Mausiki Scales & the Common Ground Collective
Maxwell Sabastian
Megan Mosholder & Justin Rabideau
Mia Capodilupo
Mike Stasny & Megan Mosholder
Nathan Pierce
Neil Carver
Nick Kahler
Pete Peterson & The Blues in the House Band
Phil Proctor
Quincy Owens & Luke Crawley
Ray Katz
Ryan Mathern
Saira Raza
Sal & Senya
Sam Lasseter
Sanitha Phansavanh
Sarah Freeman
Sean Mueller
Stefann Plishka, Ainsley McMaster, Jerrard Hall, Ji Hun
The Atlanta Music Project
The Experience Collective
The Ghosts Project
Tiny Doors ATL
Tray Dahl and The Jugtime Ragband
W (,) + S. Bedord
Will Cioffi, Jessica Greenstein, Whitney Ashley
William Massey III
Zoetic Dance Ensemble

Collin Kelley

Collin Kelley has been the editor of Atlanta Intown for two decades and has been a journalist and freelance writer for 35 years. He’s also an award-winning poet and novelist.