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The Art of Banksy: Without Limits Opens in Underground Atlanta

The work of the artist Banksy is currently on view in the touring U.S. exhibition, “The Art of Banksy: Without Limits.” The unauthenticated exhibit, put together from donated pieces, “Without Limits” is curated by Martin Biallas and Guillermo Quintana, and opened earlier this month in Atlanta in the once vacant, gutted Underground Atlanta district. The venue serves as a fitting site for the ever-elusive street artist’s work to be displayed as it was intended to be seen—along pavement and divorced from the sterility of art museums.
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Inside the Arts: ‘Birth of Atlanta’ gets new life at Westside Park

Atlanta was not always Atlanta. When the Georgia General Assembly voted in 1836 to build the Western and Atlantic railroad, engineers identified the area that is now Five Points as the location for the zero milepost. The railroad would serve as a link to railroads in the north and provide a connecting point from the… The post Inside the Arts: ‘Birth of Atlanta’ gets new life at Westside Park appeared first on Atlanta Intown.
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7 Things to do in Atlanta Prior to the Ole Miss Game

Ole Miss fans traveling to Atlanta for Labor Day weekend for the start of the 2021 College football season. To go see the Rebels take on the Louisville Cardinals inside the Mercedes Benz Stadium on Monday night. As this game is on a holiday people will head over to spend...
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9 Amazing Alternatives For Atlanta Pride

Atlanta Pride has been put on hold once again, but stay loud and proud, Atlanta!. There’s so much to do in Atlanta to show your Pride, or express your solidarity with the LGBTQIA+ community. From incredible queer-owned businesses to unmissable events, Atlanta has so much going on for the community. Atlanta Pride is considered the best Pride in the South by many, and even though this year’s festivities have been cancelled, here’s some things we can do as we wait to reunite at their next spectacle!
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