The largest temporary public art exhibition in the southeast is gearing up to showcase nearly 100 hand-selected works from visual artists, musicians and performers. Now in its fifth year, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine began with just 40 artists. With additional funding, the project has featured hundreds of artists and encompasses almost 20 intown communities. The project exemplifies how the BeltLine is “more than just trees, trails and rails.”
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