Guest Photo Titled: #firepit #girlstrip #atl #artmore

Taken by our guest adrienne4644 on October 27, 2013 at 01:44AM

The #Artmore Experiences #Halloween at #TheGoatFarm


While donning extravagant costumes and assuming the form of ghastly creatures  is typical during the Halloween season, most people would not necessarily characterize this behavior as  “performance art” when enacted by the common man. But the concept of melding the whimsy of the year’s spookiest holiday with giant astronaut puppets, smoke cannons and lively sound art compositions, proved to be a rewarding endeavor for The Goat Farms Art Center.

Scout Mob and The Goat Farm Arts Center presented Halloween 2013 to a crowd of very enthusiastic art lovers and The Artmore was thrilled to be in attendance. Instillations and performances allowed guests to partake in this interactive affair and experience one of the South’s most eclectic and inspirational Halloween celebrations.

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Guest Photo Titled: Our hotel for the night!! #atl #toocute #artmorehotel #readytopartayyy

By: mrskerribby taken on October 25, 2013 at 03:58PM via Instagram

Guest Vine Video: “At the Artmore Hotel. Best bar in the south!”

By: Banjo on Vine – Taken October 22nd 2013

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Taken by our guest tomrob7581 on October 23, 2013 at 10:57AM

Guest Photo Titled: Morning from #Atlanta #Artmore #Hotel #courtyard

Taken by our guest tomrob7581 on October 23, 2013 at 06:07AM

Guest Photo Titled: My #Atlanta nightlife tonight!! #artmore #midtown

Taken by our guest tomrob7581 on October 22, 2013 at 10:50PM

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By: loveactually12 taken on October 22, 2013 at 08:16PM via Instagram

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Taken by our guest _urbanite_ on October 20, 2013 at 10:02AM

The Artmore Gets Spooky in Little Five Points

Performers from the Imperial Opa Circus Make Their Way to the Festival

Performers from the Imperial Opa Circus Head to the Parade


Halloween may officially fall on October 31st, but the celebration started early today in Little Five Points, one of Atlanta’s most wonderfully eclectic neighborhoods. The annual Little Five Points Halloween Festival and Parade took off without a hitch, despite some ominous looking rain clouds that passed over just hours earlier.

The celebration of creativity, creepiness and an abundance of free candy, reached it’s 13th anniversary this year and drew festival goers from all over the country. With festivities drawing to a close at 11pm (the official ones anyway) there is still time to experience one of Atlanta’s most ghoulish gatherings. Travel from The Artmore to Little Five Points is accessible by MARTA, and a fun outing if you’re looking for an ultra-hip area to shop or dine while staying in Atlanta, anytime.

Take the train southbound from Arts Center Station to Five Points Station.

Transfer to the eastbound train and exit at the Inman Park/Reynoldstown station.

Little Five Points is a 10 minute walk away.



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