Art on the Beltline Events this weekend

This weekend’s events and schedule for Art on the Beltline.  Feel free to pass this message on to your neighbors, friends, and family.

Friday, September 30th

Location: Historic Fourth Ward Park

  • 6:30 p.m. – Spiral of Sound Crystal Bowl Choir, Peace Spiral
  • 8-10 pm – Center for Civil and Human Rights “Films That Matter” series, featuring the Movie “Philadelphia”  FREE

Saturday, October 1st

  • 4-7 p.m. – Artist Walk on the Westside: This is one of three walks where we will explore the Art of the Atlanta Beltline exhibition on foot and have artists give us the history and inspiration of their work.  We will start the walk at the southern end (intersection of Allene Avenue and Catherine Street in 30310).  The other walks will be October 16 (southeast) and November 18th (northeast).  We will also have an artists’ panel on October 20 at H. Harper Station.  All events are on our Facebook page.

Saturday, October 1st

Location: The Wren’s Nest, 1050 Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard SW, Atlanta

For more details about this year’s artists, installation locations and performing arts schedule please visit  Also visit us on our Facebook page where you can post pictures of installations and events, make comments and interact with Art on the Beltline.  Feel free to share our Facebook page with your friends, family, and the organizations you’re connected to.


We look forward to seeing you on the Atlanta Beltline for another incredible season!


Got Art?

If  you were looking for something to do on this beautiful September day, you should have dropped by Piedmont Park to enjoy the annual Arts Festival!  Not only were there plenty of pieces of amazing artwork, but originally designed apparel, jewelry, and accessories were stationed, too.

From the Cellar Art booth, the most gorgeous glass treasures laid.  Nancy Cann has been creating these reversible pieces of jewelry for several years, and her skills are proven through her work.  To view more of her collection, CLICK HERE. (Sorry, she refused to let me take pictures!)

In another corner, Daniel Schemel had us frozen in time, as we gazed in awe at his wonderful clockwork.  Wooden watches  with leather bands, isn’t that unique?  To see more of his work visit Mistura Timepieces.


If you enjoy watercolor paintings, you should check out Helen Beacham’s Fine Art.  The most esquisite works of art could be found in this booth.  Her specialties are still life and landscape.  From the looks of things, she never disappoints!



My personal favorite display was Vicki Love’s.  She designs and creates products from deerskin.  At this particular booth, she displayed bags and a vest.  The detailed craftsmanship of each item exhibits her dedication to her work.  For a closer look, check her out HERE.

There were so many gorgeous works on display during this even.  If you missed out this year, now you know what to expect. Don’t miss out, this festival is one worth attending!

Cassia Preston (Photos not always consistent with content.)

America Recycles Day

-November 15

Keep America Beautiful has created materials for event organizers like you to promote recycling awareness, commitment and action in your community.  In addition to a downloadable “Go-to-Guide” to make it easy for you to organize a local event to get the word out, also available are free America Recycles Day banners, bookmarks, buttons, pencils, pledge cards and posters on a first-registered, first serve basis.  To set up an account and register your America Recycles Day 2011 event go to: America Recycles Day.   After setting up your account, hit the register button and you will be taken to the registration site: Register Here! Thank you for your efforts to engage your community and increase recycling! Share this with your friends, co-workers, PTA, civic associations, etc—let’s make this the largest ever ARD in history!!!