Posts tagged with "Public Art"

Living Walls taking a year-long hiatus

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt January 21, 2015

The organizers of the Living Walls conference in Atlanta have announced they will be taking a year off for “reflection and opportunity.” Since 2010, artists commissioned by Living Walls have painted large-scale street art on walls across town, much of which has been positively received. However, residents in the Pittsburgh neighborhood of Atlanta objected to […]

Artistic differences – Ordinance faces tough critics

Posted by April 23, 2014

  By Emily Chapman Contributor The Atlanta City Council has proposed changes to the process to approve a piece of public art, which they say will streamline the approval process and reduce wait times for artists. Some members of the local art community worry that the proposed changes—which call for review of the art by […]

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