BeltLine Mural No.2, HENSE, 2010
Location: Underneath Virginia Avenue, Commissioned by: The Atlanta Beltline
Art on the Beltline, The Loss Prevention Collective, 2010
Location: Underneath Beltline Bridge on Ralph McGill, Commissioned by: The Atlanta Beltline



MPAC regularly hosts seminars and workshops for civic and business leaders, artists and general public on the subject of public art.


Previous Programs:

Perspectives in Public Art Lecture Series: Ned Kahn
Ned Kahn is an environmental artist and sculptor from Northern California who has completed ambitious public artworks for private and public organizations, both as a solo artist and in collaboration with architects and engineers across the U.S. and Europe.

Kahn won a MacArthur Foundation “genius award” in 2003, and the National Design Award for environmental design in 2005.

Georgia Tech Architecture Program Lecture Series
The Architecture Program Lecture Series at Georgia Institute of Technology invites speakers to share their ideas and work with the Georgia Tech and Atlanta community, fostering insight into the contemporary practice, scholarship and discipline of architecture.

Public Art - State of the Art
An overview of public art and artists working on the local and national scene.

Starting a Public Art Program in Your Community
Presented in partnership with the Georgia Council for the Arts and PAN to participants representing 14 metro communities from nine counties on the basics of beginning a public art initiative.

Approaches and Challenges in Creating Large Scale Sculpture in Public Environments
Presented for artists in collaboration with Kennesaw State University and its Visual Art Department.

Metropolitan Public Art Coalition (MPAC). PO Box 5025. Atlanta, GA 30302.
Email: publicart@mpacAtlanta.org