Belttour Podcast: Audio Walking Tour About The Atlanta Beltline

Sinopsis

Behind the Scenes of BeltTour app: Audio Tour about the Atlanta BeltLine

Episodios

  • Tiny Doors ATL Karen Anderson

    Tiny Doors ATL Karen Anderson

    19/04/2016 Duración: 09min

    We sat down with Karen Anderson, Co-Founder and Director of Tiny Doors ATL. She was amazing and told us all about the project. How it got started, what the vision is, plus a handful of really fun stories. This podcast episode is sample audio taken from the BeltTour app. However, we re-edited a few shorter segments […]

  • The Art of Reconciliation: William Massey

    The Art of Reconciliation: William Massey

    03/03/2016 Duración: 03min

    UPDATE: BeltTour is live! Click here to download it. (Or search BeltTour in the App Store) We met up with William Massey to talk about his art underneath the Freedom Parkway Bridge. While BeltTour is almost ready for launch, we couldn’t wait to share this audio snippet with you. This sample is actual audio taken from the app, […]

  • Piper, the BeltLine Cat

    Piper, the BeltLine Cat

    30/10/2015 Duración: 10min

    UPDATE: BeltTour is live! Click here to download it.    Piper, the cat who lived in a pipe found on BeltLine, has amassed over 1,300 followers on Twitter from all over the world, received countless letters to her mailbox, and was the beloved by the community for many months. Piper eventually “sold” her house (the pipe) and found a […]

  • Trees Atlanta’s Christina Gibson (Part 1)

    Trees Atlanta’s Christina Gibson (Part 1)

    15/10/2015 Duración: 05min

    UPDATE: BeltTour is live! Click here to download it.  Longleaf Pine forests once covered much of the Southeast. These are evergreen pine trees native to the southeast. Many ‘heart of pine’ hardwood floors are made of this tree, which is part of the reason Longleaves were over-harvested in the 20th century. In a natural Longleaf Pine forest, one […]

  • Sculptor David Landis

    Sculptor David Landis

    15/10/2015 Duración: 25min

    UPDATE: BeltTour is live! Click here to download it. (Or search BeltTour in the App Store) Sculptor David Landis is the metal-working artist who created these wonderful installations found on the Eastside Trail (click to view): “Northern White“, “33 Oaks“, and also, “Cycles”  found in Rose Circle Park, not on EastSide Trail. We met up with him at his […]