Tiny Doors ATL is an Atlanta-based art project bringing big wonder to tiny spaces in Atlanta and beyond. The 7-inch doors are sculptures created by artist Karen Anderson Singer at the invitation of the neighborhood or institution. They are designed to reflect the spirit, architecture, and other unique elements of the surrounding community. With the installation of a door, what was once a wall or the column of a bridge becomes an entrance to collective creativity and an invitation to wonder. The numbered doors around Atlanta are always free to visit and accessible to people of all ages.
-About the Artist-
Karen Anderson Singer - Principal Artist and Director
Karen Anderson Singer is the artist known as Tiny Doors ATL. She holds a degree in Visual Art from Rutgers University and is the Artist in Residence for Atlantic Station. Singer regularly speaks on the subject of community engagement through art and was awarded a Key to the City of Atlanta for her work building community through public art. Singer’s work is an Atlanta attraction, with a large social media following, and an online map that has been viewed over 800,000 times. Singer serves on multiple Artist Councils and juries, including as Co-Chair for the BeltLine Public Art Advisory Council. On any given day, Karen can be found in her studio in Atlantic Station or around Atlanta, maintaining her installations and chatting with the community.