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  1. Carol Thompson

    1280 Peachtree Street Atlanta, GA 30309 See Map
    As the High’s Fred and Rita Richman Curator of African Art, Carol Thompson has invested in exhibitions that garner national acclaim.
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  2. Catlanta

    Euclid Avenue at McLendon Avenue* Atlanta, GA 30307 See Map
    The anonymous artist Catlanta engages fans in scavenger hunt–as–art intrigue. He sends out clues for “kitten drops” via social media, then followers try to grab one before they run out.
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  3. CineBistro

    1004 Town Boulevard Suite 1070 Atlanta, GA 30319 See Map
    You may never watch a movie elsewhere after CineBistro.
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  4. Historic Fourth Ward Park

    680 Dallas Street Atlanta, GA 30308 See Map
    This BeltLine-adjacent park is more than a greenspace with pathways and an outdoor theater; it’s a linchpin in the Old Fourth Ward’s revitalization.
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  5. Living Walls: The City Speaks

    Boulevard at Memorial Drive* Atlanta, GA 30312 See Map
    Monica Campana presided over this city-as-gallery concept, bringing artists from around the world to create their art throughout Atlanta.
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