[Jacklyn Dashnaw climbs Charlie Smith's piece for Art on the Beltline, "A 24/7 Timestar Lives." Photos: Jonathan Phillips, Curbed Atlanta]
Since its humble 2010 launch, Art on the Beltline has tripled in scale, and this year's eclectic slate of offerings — especially along the popular Eastside Trail — suggests the movement has really hit its stride. The annual juried exhibition launches in early September with the magical Lantern Parade (attended by an estimated 60,000 this year) and runs through mid-November. Most of the installations are, unfortunately, temporary, so have a gander after the jump before paying the whimsical, interactive, trippy and all-around dazzling 2015 collection a visit (or revisit).