In October, Chastain Arts Center teaching artists Iris Eve Schaer, Jessica Locklar, and Georgia Nagle created a miniature garden for the Tiny Little Parks along Buckhead’s PATH400 experience.
A partnership between Livable Buckhead and Tiny Doors ATL artists, the project re-invented the annual PARK(ing) Day hosted along PATH400 into an outdoor event that adorned the path with miniature green spaces from October 16 to 18.
The event’s goal was to demonstrate the value of increasing green space in our community by showing the impact of community art and the value of parks – no matter how small.
The three Chastain instructors collaborated to make a “Tiny Chastain Sculpture Garden” sponsored by the arts center. The miniature sculpture garden also featured recycled elements and found items to add p
ersonality to the tiny green space.