Tiny Doors Tour: A Walk with Artist Karen Anderson Singer

  • May 3, 2024 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Krog Street Tunnel

    1 Krog Street Northeast
    Atlanta, Georgia 30307
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This Jane’s Walk, taking place in Reynoldstown, focuses on themes of art, architecture, history, and culture.

Have you ever wondered about how Tiny Doors ATL got its start? Where was the first door? And where are the doors made?

Join Karen Anderson Singer — the artist behind Tiny Doors ATL — for an evening stroll starting at the Krog Street Tunnel! You’ll see five doors in all, and the walk will end with an exclusive peek at the new Tiny Doors Studio! A Q&A session with Karen will follow.


The Details

  • Distance of Walk: 3/4 mile
  • Getting There: Parking in Reynoldstown is extremely limited, so we recommend ridesharing or accessing the Krog Street Tunnel via the BeltLine.
  • Accessibility: This walk is on paved terrain and is wheelchair accessible.
  • What to wear and bring: Wear comfortable shoes, and bring a water bottle. The path we’ll take is not shaded, so sunscreen is advised!


About Jane's Walk

Jane’s Walk is an annual global festival honoring the legacy of urbanist, activist, and writer Jane Jacobs with free, citizen-led walking tours through the neighborhoods that lend so much character to our cities.

The festival promotes civic engagement and encourages leaders and participants to share stories about their communities and use walking as a means of connecting with their neighbors.


About the Leader of This Walk

Karen Anderson Singer is the artist known as Tiny Doors ATL.

She holds a degree in Visual Art from Rutgers University and is the Artist in Residence for Atlantic Station. Singer regularly speaks on the subject of community engagement through art and was awarded a Key to the City of Atlanta for her work building community through public art. Singer’s work is an Atlanta attraction, with a large social media following, and an online map that has been viewed over 800,000 times. Singer serves on multiple Artist Councils and juries, including as Co-Chair for the BeltLine Public Art Advisory Council.

On any given day, Karen can be found in her studio in Atlantic Station or around Atlanta, maintaining her installations and chatting with the community.


Cancellation Policy

MODA reserves the right to cancel a program if the minimum enrollment requirements are not met.

If you need to cancel your plans for any reason, we kindly request that you notify us 48 hours prior to the event start.

By doing so, we can release your seat to another individual interested in joining us for this Jane’s Walk!


Any Questions?

Email Mary, MODA's Programs Manager, at maryk@museumofdesign.org.

Date & Time

Fri, May 3, 2024 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Venue Details

Krog Street Tunnel

1 Krog Street Northeast
Atlanta, Georgia 30307 Krog Street Tunnel
Museum of Design Atlanta

The Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA) is the only museum in the Southeastern United States exclusively dedicated to the study of design. Our exhibitions feature various design industries and showcase the power of design to inspire change, transform lives, and make the world a better place! Located in the heart of the Midtown Arts District, MODA is a community hub for all things design including design conversations, hands-on workshops, youth programs, and more!

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