Though the Solstice is still a couple of weeks away, we're ready to go ahead and declare it summertime. And summertime means kids home from school, visitors in from out of town and assuming it's not too insanely hot / humid, a desire in most people to do things outside. What better way to spend time outside than enjoying the arts...for free?! To aid you in your quest to spend no money and see some of Atlanta's best public art, we've updated our Public Art Map to include new additions courtesy of Art on the BeltLine, as well as some more highlights of the Atlanta Public Art Legacy Fund's collection. Though by no means an exhaustive list, our ever-expanding tour- grouped in and around Midtown, Downtown and neighborhoods on the east and west sides- will give visitors and Atlanta residents alike a nice sampling of the arts al fresco. Enjoy!Read More
An (Expanded) Tour of Atlanta's Public Art
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Living Walls Mural by ROA
Art on the Beltline 'Cluster'
The Grounds of the High Museum
Ralph David Abernathy Memorial
Steel Sculpture at DH Stanton Park
'Georgia Tech Architectural Sculpture I'
'Georgia Tech Architectural Sculpture II'
'Georgia Tech Architectural Sculpture III'
The Henry Grady Monument
"27 Torch Gate"
The Auburn Avenue Bas Reliefs
Folk Art Park
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