Atlanta Legacy Makers has made some big strides this year, despite COVID-19 greatly altering our plans to engage the community via film screenings, panel discussions, community art shows, and other in-person activities.
As we near the end of 2020, we wanted to provide our subscribers with a brief update about the Atlanta Legacy Makers initiative.
- The first round responses to the RFP for the public artwork have been received and are currently under review. A shortlist will be announced in January, and Round 2 Submissions will be due in mid-March.
- Additional podcast episodes have been produced and will be shared in 2021. Additionally, an oral history collection has begun and will also be shared in 2021.
Below are some friendly reminders of ways to stay engaged in the meantime. We look forward to sharing more news in the New Year!
Read the Book
Where Peachtree Meets Sweet Auburn is a tale of how Atlanta came to be, a story researched and told by Gary Pomerantz. Join us as we review this book together throughout the course of the project. Where Peachtree Meets Sweet Auburn is available for purchase through A Cappella Books in Inman Park.
Listen to the Podcast
This 8-part companion podcast produced and hosted by Floyd C. Hall features interviews and stories told by Atlanta’s residents. Listen to the series here.
Submit Your Oral History
How would they describe your Atlanta? What’s changed, what’s stayed the same? How will Atlanta be remembered, and what does the future hold? Your story about Atlanta’s legacy is important to us. You can contribute audio, video and written stories here.