Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Presents Two Performances on Sunday in Adair Park
The performances will take place on the historic railroad corridor in the Adair Park neighborhood.
Art on the Atlanta BeltLine presents two performances in southwest Atlanta following the Artists’ Panel earlier in the afternoon on September 9th. The two performances will take place on the historic railroad corridor in the Adair Park neighborhood at the intersection of Allene Avenue and Catherine Street (please see map to the right).
- 6:00 pm: Crossover Movement Arts: Your Footsteps Bring Life I: Emergence
Your Footsteps Bring Life: Traveling the Atlanta BeltLine is a three-part production (Emergence, Flotilla, and Daedalus Revisited) that transports audiences to three sites along the BeltLine, where, like experimental anthropologists, they will encounter and walk amongst a mysterious band of shamanic engineers who circumnavigate the BeltLine in an endless cycle.
- 7:30 pm: Dojo Collective: In the Land of Wanderers
In The Land Of Wanderers is a space constructed to serve both as a visual installation and temporary performance space. Encompassing elements such as art, wind chimes, shade structure, and environmental works, the space provides a euphoric-like atmosphere where people can sit, rest, and explore the artwork and message. During the performances, the viewer is taken into another realm with high-vibration music and a surrounding that mentally enters them into another world.
Get detailed information about how to access the Atlanta BeltLine in Adair Park. Feel free to bring chairs, a blanket, a picnic basket, dogs, etc. for a unique evening!
Please visit art.beltline.org for more information on Art on the Atlanta BeltLine.