On a beautiful October night, Atlanta’s Castleberry Hill neighborhood transformed into a living art project. There were installations on sidewalks, choreographed dances in the street, works projected on walls, impromptu parades, performances staged on the beds of trucks. On my blog, Inside Access, I’m not an art critic, but I am a judge of experiences. ‘Le Flash’ was like none I’d had before.
See the blog post and photos: 5 things to love about ‘Le Flash’ in Castleberry Hill