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Living Walls Signs of Solidarity

How Living Walls continues to inspire during the pandemic

Monica Campana, who launched Living Walls in the wake of the Great Recession with only $4,000—kickstarting a mural movement in the city that eventually would attract international artists—has witnessed the power of public art in trying times.
How Atlantans encourage each other from a distance

Skywriting, scavenger hunts, and signs: How Atlantans encourage each other from a distance

In a time when we’ve been ordered to socially distance, people are still finding a way to connect with their neighbors through various forms of art.
BuHi Lights Buford Highway art

Inflatable installations will light up Buford Highway’s Pinetree Plaza

BuHi Lights, a temporary art installation in Pinetree Plaza, will feature large-scale illuminated inflatables with printed work by four female artists of color that will open on Saturday, November 3. The month-long art installation is a follow-up to last year’s Living Walls Conference in Chamblee.
Living Walls

Can a public art festival change the way residents and developers see Buford Highway?

In 2016 Monica Campana, the cofounder and executive director of Atlanta street art festival Living Walls, and Marian Liou, the founder of We Love BuHi, a social media love letter to Buford Highway, met while applying for fellowships at downtown’s Center for Civic Innovation. Soon after, they decided to partner and bring Living Walls to Buford Highway.

With massive messages, Atlanta’s arts community pushes back against hate

Peter Ferrari wanted to stress the importance of organizing and taking action. Quianah Upton focused on food access. Shannon Palumbo found inspiration in the words of Allen Ginsberg. On Thursday, massive banners painted by these Atlanta artists—along with roughly 30 other painters, poets, and musicians— were rolled out from East Atlanta to Castleberry Hill.

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