Submissions are now being accepted for new art along the Beltline

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Back for its 11th year, Art on the Atlanta Beltline is now accepting submissions for its 2020-2021 exhibit

The Beltline boasts one of the largest canvases for artists in Atlanta.

Artwork displayed along the trail is consumed (and then snapped and shared) by the Beltline’s hordes of visitors. Back for its 11th year, Art on the Atlanta Beltline is now accepting submissions from artists for its 2020-2021 exhibit.

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The Beltline calls its display “the largest free temporary public art exhibition in the south,” and it’s looking for artists across mediums to help bring it to life.

The Beltline is seeking submissions for visual and performance art, sculpture, its residency program and support positions.

Artists at “every stage of their careers” are invited to apply for the slots.

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"This spectacular project places working professionals alongside emerging artists and draws residents and visitors into some of the most unique public spaces in the City of Atlanta, providing powerful perspectives on the city and its vibrant neighborhoods," a press release for Art on the Atlanta Beltline states.

Artists are invited to apply to have their work considered for the following components of the exhibit: murals, performance series and sculpture exhibit. Applications are also open to participate in the Beltline’s festivals or to show work in a special pop-up event.

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Additionally, the Beltline is once again accepting applications for its residency program. The 12-month program is designed to "offer real-world exposure" to participants.

Throughout March and April, the Beltline will host artist informational sessions for those interested in applying.

All applications and proposals, which will be evaluated by a jury panel, are due by 5 p.m. on April 24.