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Art on the BeltLine:  "Cribbing"

photo courtesy of Audrey L. Jones

My wife Liana and I are Artist Liaisons for the Lake Ave. – DeKalb Ave. section of the BeltLine for the upcoming Art on the BeltLine. This section contains one of the BeltLine’s most interesting areas with a variety of topographies and boundaries. This area was chosen by one of the artists for one of the larger installations. “Cribbing” will reassemble railroad ties from the BeltLine into an interactive enclosure. Jeff Morrison is the artist/architect and can use volunteers for the remaining weekends in May, especially the 15th and 16th. For a bead on the location go here and look for the green pushpin on the map.

Last week Jeff + 7 volunteers made great progress. The designated area has been cleared and graded and is ready for the ties.

Let me know if you can help out. And thanks to those who have already volunteered. No experience is necessary, just enthusiasm for being a part of the transformation of historic rail lines into Atlanta’s Emerald Necklace.

Construction crew including me and my daughters April + Shelly

Posted on Thursday, May 13, 2010 at 09:38AM by Registered CommenterBurke Sisco in , | CommentsPost a Comment

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