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Art for Action

Peridot West

Wednesday, August 20, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM (EDT)

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Ticket Type Remaining Sales End Price Fee Quantity
General Admission
Entrance for 1 person
Sold Out Ended $100.00 $5.99
Art Supporters
Entrance for 2 people
Sold Out Ended $250.00 $13.49
Student Admission
Entrance for 1 person
Sold Out Ended $25.00 $2.24
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This year Atlanta celebrates the 5th Annual Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Exhibition, our largest yet with more than 125 pieces and performances occurring September-November 2014.  To ensure that funding is available for each of these artists, we need your help!

On Wednesday, August 20, Peridot West is hosting Art for Action, a unique fundraising event, held at Westside Provisions District to benefit this year’s exhibition, and will directly fund artists’ projects along the Atlanta BeltLine.  With more than 250 Atlanta art enthusiasts in attendance, we’re looking to enjoy a fantastic Charity Art Auction, Summer Supper with Dennis Dean Catering and the restaurants of Westside Provisions District, and fun entertainment from The Deadfields, all in support of the largest temporary public art exhibition in Atlanta’s history!  Dress is Summer Chic.

Art for Action Board
Chair: Dina Woodruff

Robb Bunnen, Cathy Cravens, Carolyn Ferrari, Gregg Irby,
Julie Kern, Carrie Schweers, Elizabeth Tatum

Art for Action Support Committee

Amy Anderson
Gayle Barnes
Louise Bohannan
Bowdre Budd

Catherine Lindaur
Margaret Long
Kelli Luaces
Kelly Madden

Deborah Scott
Wesley Shirley
Ann Wilson

Art for Action Hosts

Susie and Rob Adamson
Betsy and Scott Akers
Stacey and Pearson Beardsley
Saralyn and Moreland Bell
Ginny and Charles Brewer
Shawn and John Broaddus
Lucinda Bunnen
Robb Bunnen
Aileen and Gary Byrd
Barbara Chandler
Bonnie and George Cooke
Cyrus Cooley
Cathy and Jeff Cravens
Dennis Dean and Drew Brown
Heather Dewberry
Shannon and Stan Dixon
Jennifer and Greg Duncan
Robert Fell
Jennifer and Marty Flanagan
Kimbrough and Raymond Gibson
Ginna Gilbert
Carroll and George Griffin
Dawne and Mike Hall
Burch and Mark Hanson

Mary and Jimmy Harris
Julie and Bo Heiner
Lizzie and Bo Hickman
Abby and John Irby
Gregg and Mike Irby
Jane and Clay Jackson
Lisa and Rick Jackson
Tracy and  Jack  Jennings
Melissa and James Jernigan
Chevin and Steve Kelley
Catharine and Jackson Kelly
Julie Kern and Ron Cameron
Susan Kingery
Beth and Scott Lacefield
Paige and Walton Lee
Elizabeth and David Martin
Lisa and Jeff Martin
Megan and Bill McCamey
Allison and Crawford Moran
Karla and David Morris
Jamie and David Newton
Katherine and Eric Ohlhausen
Carroll and Bill Pound
Christine and Bruce Propst

Lynn and Tom Raney
Belinda and Ken Reusch
Georgia and Diff Ritchie
Kristy and Michael Robison
Jack Sawyer and Bill Torres
Sophie and Hajo Smulders
Barbara and Julian Sparkes
Polly and Bobby Stein
Elizabeth and Tony Tatum
Marsha Taylor and Joe Alioto
Georgia and Bert Vance
Dina and John Varner
Leigh and Tim Walsh
Helen Ballard Weeks
Nancy B and Stephen Westfall
Nancy and Joe Wilen
Elspeth and Clay Willcoxon
Laurie and Cleve Willcoxon
Elizabeth and Chris Willett
Barb and Thom Williams
Kaki Woodruff Williams
Deborah Woodruff
Libby and Jim Woodruff
Jena and Steve Young

Performance Artist: The Deadfields

The Charity Art Auction includes pieces by:  Wood Adamson, Todd Alexander, Melissa Payne Baker, Khalilah Birdsong, Mark Boomershine, John Brandhorst, Natalie Brandhorst, Barbara Brenner, Lucinda Bunnen, Daniel Byrd, Bonnie Beauchamp Cooke, Mark Edge (jewelry), Jan Eubanks, Carolyn Ferrari, Paul Hagedorn, Dawne Raulet Hall, Charlie Hanavich, Mary Kate Hewes (jewelry), Steve Kelley, Judy Lampert, Kim Landers, Erin McIntosh, Lisa Moore, Kate Mullin, Eileen Power, Linda Pozzobon (jewelry), Carolyn Propst, Lynn Raney, Carrie Schweers, Treacy Shaw, Hutton Snellings, Kathryn Trotter, Nancy B Westfall

With Gracious Support from the Following Sponsors

About Art on the Atlanta BeltLine
The Atlanta BeltLine is already transforming abandoned rail corridors into a system of parks, trails, transit, new housing and economic development. With an emphasis on public spaces, improved transportation, cultural amenities and revitalizing neighborhoods, it is redefining the city and making it a better place to live, work and play.  Art on the Atlanta BeltLine is largest temporary public art exhibition in the history of Atlanta. It showcases the work of hundreds of visual artists, performers, and musicians along the Atlanta BeltLine corridor. This spectacular project places working professionals alongside emerging artists, and draws residents and visitors into some of the most unique public spaces in the City of Atlanta, providing powerful new perspectives on the city and its vibrant neighborhoods. The exhibition showcases how art strengthens and beautifies current and former industrial areas and creates signature spacesonce blighted spaces, exemplifying the transformation of the city through the Atlanta BeltLine. Art on the Atlanta BeltLine touches almost 20 intown communities.  Learn more at http://art.beltline.orgArt on the Atlanta BeltLine

Have questions about Art for Action? Contact Peridot West

When & Where

Peridot West
1183 Howell Mill Rd
Atlanta, GA 30318

Wednesday, August 20, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM (EDT)

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