Atlanta BeltLine fills community strategist position

Atlanta BeltLine Inc. recently announced that Ash Nash is the new Arts and Culture Community Strategist.
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Atlanta BeltLine Inc. recently announced that Ash Nash is the new Arts and Culture Community Strategist.

Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. recently appointed Ash Nash, founder and CEO of Power Haus Creative, as the Arts & Culture Community Strategist, according to a press release.

The Arts & Culture Community Strategist position was born out of the desire to support a robust pool of applicants for the 2020 season of the Art on the Atlanta BeltLine program. Power Haus will partner with ABI for eight months to target direct engagement in Atlanta’s southeast, westside and southwest BeltLine communities and connect a broader audience to the Art on the Atlanta BeltLine program.

Power Haus Creative will help communities to envision AoAB as a unifier and connector and disseminate information about AoAB through virtual BeltLine presentations, ideally at local community hubs, pop-up engagement events, and regularly scheduled neighborhood planning unit (“NPU”) and neighborhood organization meetings.

Power Haus focuses on aligning underrepresented artists with national brands, real estate developers, and private collectors. Power Haus offers project management, consultant services, community engagement and more. The artists represented by Power Haus Creative LLC include artists, muralists, illustrators, and designers.

Nash is also the Creative Community & Culture Strategist for Remerge Non-Profit Community Museum in Historic Auburn Avenue, which focuses on community building and arts education workshops. She also serves as an active member of Mint Non-Profit Gallery Board of Directors. Mint Gallery (focused on turning Atlanta into an Arts tourism destination) supports underrepresented emerging artists, curators and collectors, is now located at the Met in Historic Southwest Atlanta, with 7,300 square feet and home to 4 internal galleries and 18 artists’ studios.

Information: beltline.org