Miranda Kyle (ᏣᎸᎩ Cherokee descendant/European-American) is the Program Manager of Arts and Culture for Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) and curates the annual Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Public Art Exhibition. She is passionate about the preservation of Atlanta’s graffiti culture, and the intersection of Indigenous Land rights, sovereignty and monuments. Kyle holds an MFA in Sculpture from the Savannah College of Art and Design, and an MA in Painting and Drawing from the Edinburgh College of Arts. She was awarded the 2013 Lee Kimche McGrath Fellowship for Arts & Sciences for her research in utilizing 3D printing technologies within traditional foundry practices, and in 2014 she was awarded the StarSeed Fellowship to research the intersection of Public Art, Performance and Space in Riga and Pedvale, Latvia. She was awarded a curatorial residency with Hambidge Center in 2017, and most recently was appointed a 2021 Emory University Arts & Social Justice Fellow. She has curated exhibitions locally and internationally over the last twelve years, ranging in disciplines from performance to public art. She serves on the Americans for the Arts Public Art Network Advisory Council, is a founding member of Public Art Exchange, serves on Arts ATL’s Advisory Council, and is a board member of C.H.A.C.E. Arts Village. When not consumed by everything BeltLine art, she is working to dismantle racist monuments with Stone Mountain Action Coalition and Toppled Monuments Archive.