Arts

The Atlanta BeltLine Celebrates 10 Years Of Public Art

Artist Brandon Sadler's mural "A New Light Shines Beyond the Darkness" is located on the Eastside Trail.
Artist Brandon Sadler's mural "A New Light Shines Beyond the Darkness" is located on the Eastside Trail.
Credit Courtesy of: Art on the Beltline

This Sunday, the Atlanta BeltLine celebrates 10 years of public art.

Miranda Kyle. the Atlanta Beltline Arts & Culture Program Manager, joined “City Lights” to talk about the Beltline Walls Festival and Family Paint Day.

Family Paint Day,  is run by Artlanta Gallery featuring Shambe Badila as lead artist.

People of all ages are invited to join in the creation of a mural along the BeltLine.

Family Paint Day, which begins at 11 a.m., is a part of BeltLine Walls and coincides with either the mural festival and other construction projects along the trails.

At 1:30 on Aug. 4 Soul Food Cypher will begin. Soul Food Cypher is an artist collective that is centered on freestyle lyricism.

The goal is connect individuals to one another through different events and audience participation.

The event concludes at 3:30 with an artist discussion about their work along the BeltLine walls.