Listen to podcasts featuring experts from Atlanta History Center.

Atlanta History Center and Covid-19

Holly Frey chats with Sheffield Hale and Michael Rose of Atlanta History Center about pandemic from the point of view of a living history institution, and also how the History Center, like many history centers, is documenting Covid-19.

Interview: Dr. Calinda Lee of Atlanta History Center

Holly Frey was joined in the studio by historian Dr. Calinda Lee to talk about her work with Atlanta History Center, and specifically the new exhibit "Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow."

Interview: Sarah Roberts of Atlanta History Center

Holly Frey sat down with Sarah Roberts, the Vice President of Goizueta Gardens and Living Collections at Atlanta History Center, to talk about making history a living part of Atlanta's community culture.

Monuments and Symbols with Special Guest Sheffield Hale

In this episode, Melissa Rau leads a conversation with Bishop Wright and Sheffield Hale on the history of monuments, understanding the context of the time they were put up, and what are the next steps forward we can take to be supportive as mature Christians.

Know What You're Good At! (feat. David Moody)

A Cyclorama construction conversation with contractor David Moody.

Culture Clash: Atlanta History Center

Melancon speaks to Sheffield Hale, CEO of the Atlanta History Center in Buckhead, about their latest offerings, and how the pandemic inspired a new way to reach their audience.

Keep the Flame Alive:  Exhibit Curator Sarah Dylla on Atlanta 1996

Sarah Dylla is an Exhibition Curator at the Atlanta History Center, and she’s curated the museum’s new exhibit on the Atlanta Games called Atlanta ‘96: Shaping an Olympic and Paralympic City. We talked with Sarah about the exhibit, how the Games got to Atlanta and how they affected the city….and yes, we’ve got Izzy talk too.

The Garden Question Podcast featuring Staci Catron

The Garden Question is a podcast for people that love designing, building and growing smarter gardens that work. Staci Catron discusses her job as the Director of the Cherokee Garden Library and gardening in the past, in the present, and influence gardens of the future.