After a week full of tours, talks, screenings and other events, Living Walls celebrated five years of public art and the culmination of this year’s conference at the Goat Farm Arts Center on Saturday, Aug. 16. We stopped by as the night began with talks from several local art organizations including Art on the BeltLine, gloATL, Dashboard Co-Op and Atlanta Streets Alive. Installations by Borondo, Moneyless, LOW BROS and others were spread throughout the farm, and the gallery displayed works for sale by this year’s conference artists. The main event went well into the night as bands played on two stages and the #weloveatl truck displayed photos from local Instagrammers inside their truck.
Make sure to visit this year’s artists’ murals spread all over the city—Living Walls has released a map of this year’s walls here.