Hurry to see our art on the beltline!

Our 3 pop-up doors commissioned by Art on the BeltLine are only up for 9 more days!  Doors #2 and #6 on the Eastside trail will remain in place, but the gallery door collaboration with We Love ATL and the two doors on the Eastside extension trail will come down. If you haven’t found them yet, check out our map for locations. Thank you @atlantabeltline!

Art on the BeltLine 2015

Art on the BeltLine 2015

We did it!!!

Tiny Friends, THANK YOU! Our brick campaign ended last night at 106% of our goal!!! We are filled with warm fuzzy gratitude for all of you and the many ways you have supported #tinydoorsatl. With this funding we are able to repair and maintain the doors for visitors for a full year, and continue bringing big wonder to Atlanta’s tiny spaces. THANK YOU from the bottom of our Tiny hearts! ♡♡♡♡ We can’t wait to make your bricks!

Thank you, Atlanta!

Thank you, Atlanta!

TinyDoorsATL #weloveATL collaboration WIN!

Thanks for coming out to the opening of our collaboration with #weloveATL!  We had a fantastic time showing you our newest installation, which was created thanks to a grant from Art on the BeltLine.

A crowd gathered for the tiny gallery opening!

A crowd gathered for the tiny gallery opening!

After #weloveATL posted an Instagram photo of one of our doors in May of 2015, co-founders Karen and Sarah emailed the fine folks of #weloveATL and asked if they’d be interested in collaborating with us.  We met over some grub at Manuel’s Tavern and talked about how our missions line up.  We’re both trying to bring Atlanta together through art.  A few weeks later our two groups met again for a brainstorming session about how our projects could meet one another not just in mission statements, but also in a piece of visual art.  We brainstormed all kinds of ideas.  Maybe a tiny door on a weloveATL truck?  A tiny weloveATL truck?  A tiny gallery?  YES!  A TINY GALLERY!  Behold, the #TinyDoorsATL #weloveATL Gallery was born!

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Since then, It’s been quite a process of creative problem solving, carpentry, mold making, casting, painting, detailing, creating the image of the gallery, and on and on and on.  We wanted our art gallery to have the feel of the BeltLine area, so we talked about both the exterior and interior look of a few local galleries.  We decided a to add a roof, a window box for plants, a step below the door, and a cement block texture to the wall surface.  The window of the gallery looks in on a photo exhibition featuring photos curated by #weloveATL. We are very proud of the finished product and hope you’ll head over to IceBox by the Krog Market to check it out!

Photo credit: @chelseamoats

Photo credit: @chelseamoats

Photo credit: Brandon Barr

Photo credit: Brandon Barr

Art on the BeltLine collaboration with #weloveATL!

Whew it’s been a busy month getting ready for Art on the BeltLine!  Rosie even went OTP to get the details right on our next three doors, which will be temporary installations running from September through November 2015.  We are thrilled to be part of Art on the BeltLine alongside a host of incredible talent.

Here’s the super exciting part: One of our three new doors just happens to be a collaboration with #weloveatl and you’re invited to attend the grand opening!  Join us on Tuesday, September 1st for the opening of the new Tiny Doors ATL Gallery- the tiniest venue in ATL!

Come and see an exhibition of photos curated by #weloveatl at the new Tiny Doors ATL Gallery- The tiniest venue in ATL!  Meet the artists and other tiny enthusiasts from 7-8pm on Tuesday, September 1st at IceBox across from the Krog Street Market.

As always it’s all ages, all species, and free to attend.