ARTeriors is all about local artists creatively transforming an empty property in a neighborhood that is in transition. The next ARTeriors will take place on Atlantic City’s much-publicized “Orange Loop” — three beach blocks that are currently being revitalized thanks to the infusion of brand new businesses (MADE Chocolate, Leadership Studio, Bourre, Tennessee Avenue Beer Hall) and a partnership with existing businesses.
This time, artists have transformed the building at 153 S. Tennessee Ave. Installations were created by Amanda Bylone, Mark Chu, DJ Hexx, Anthony Miraglilo and Simone Simone.
The free exhibit is open to the public between noon and 5 p.m. on the following Saturdays and Sundays: Dec. 1 and 2; Dec. 15 and 16; Dec. 22 and 23.
Walk a few doors down to the new Bourre (201 S. New York Ave.) restaurant during 2 to 4 p.m. on any of those Sundays, and catch a live performance by local talent. The schedule is as follows:
Dec. 2, Sustainable Circus
Dec. 9, Pan Gravy and Toni Teschler
Dec. 16, “Tableau Vivant” with Michelle Tomko.
For more information, go to AtlanticCityArtsFoundation.org.