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Relive Art on the BeltLine 2011 (or see it for the first time) with new scrapbook

The Knitterati festooned trees with yarn handiwork.

Attention, armchair hikers. The Atlanta BeltLine folks have compiled a scrapbook of the artworks and performances that were part of Art on the BeltLine 2011.

Click here to browse.

Even though I had my problems with the visual arts section, I must say that the album makes an impressive statement about the variety and scope of the projects —  particularly the performances, which I did not see — and for the BeltLine’s possibilities as an art venue.

And attention, artists: the deadline for 2012 applications is April 16.

On our home page: John Thigpen’s “Meandering Fence” from Art on the BeltLine 2011.

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