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Jess T. Dugan Public Art

ACP’s Public Art programs cultivate meaningful art experiences and enrich communities throughout Atlanta.

Our acclaimed public art typically features impactful projects in a variety of diverse locations including the Beltline, billboards, MARTA, the Atlanta Pride Parade, and more. Take a look below at ACP Public Art Archive, and join our mailing list to stay updated on upcoming projects.

GIFTED | 2009

Look at me like you love me | 2022

Corresponding with Atlanta Pride 2022, a stunning public art installation of Jess T. Dugan’s work was on view at the Hyatt Centric in Midtown Atlanta

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THE FENCE | 2014 - 2021

THE FENCE | 2014 – 2021

“The Fence” was an outdoor exhibition of hundreds of photographs on the Atlanta Beltline

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EVERYDAY ATLANTA ON MARTA | 2017

EVERYDAY ATLANTA ON MARTA | 2017

“Everyday Atlanta” was a three-phased project bringing opportunities for Atlanta Area High School students to participate in a public art project on a MARTA train.

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ART ON TRACK | 2015

MARTA: ART ON TRACK | 2015

A day-long celebration of photography “Marta: Art on Track” featured artists Kelly Kristin Jones & Laura Noel and was a fast-moving cultural journey on board a MARTA train. Curated by Jennifer Yoffy.

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APPARITIONS | 2013

APPARITIONS | 2013

“Apparitions” was a temporary installation of inward-facing billboards on the Atlanta BeltLine. It was the result of the 2013 Public Art Commission by artist Gregor Turk.

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GEOLOCATION: ATLANTA | 2012

GEOLOCATION: ATLANTA | 2012

“Geolocation” was a series of 8 digital billboards featuring the work of Nate Larson and Marni Shindelman’s series “Geolocation: Atlanta”.

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VOLLEY | 2011

VOLLEY | 2011

“Volley” was a sound-activated, interactive animation (stop motion/claymation) by Monica Cook. This project was commissioned by ACP and co-sponsored by Flux Projects.

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BEFORE 1190 HUFF ROAD | 2010

BEFORE 1190 HUFF ROAD | 2010

“Before 1190 Huff Road” was a temporary installation by Karen Brummund of a historical photograph of the Huff House that was placed on a warehouse from the 1950s that stands on the earlier Huff family property.

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GIFTED | 2009

GIFTED | 2009

Artist Beth Lilly curated a collection of twelve photographs from Atlanta-based photographers and created limited-edition prints that were handed out free, throughout Atlanta during the ACPfest.

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WITHIN OUR GATES | 2008

WITHIN OUR GATES | 2008

The artist team of Bradley McCallum & Jacqueline Tarry developed an important career around site-specific work using photographic media to highlight political and racial issues in America.

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PUBLIC PLACEMATS | 2007

PUBLIC PLACEMATS | 2007

Atlanta native Jason Fulford selected images from 40 photographers to be included in Paper Placemats (ATL). These placemats were used at participating restaurants throughout Atlanta during ACPfest.

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