StoryCorps in Atlanta
Preserve a record of this time for history, and have it preserved in the Library of Congress. While our StoryBooth at the Atlanta History Center is currently closed, it’s now possible to record a conversation with a loved one remotely in our “virtual recording booth.” You’ll be joined by a trained StoryCorps facilitator, who will guide you step-by-step.
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What to Expect
Become a Community Partner
Our goal is to make the StoryCorps recording experience accessible to all. One way we do that is by partnering with local organizations that serve diverse populations. StoryCorps interviews celebrate the voices and milestones in your community and encourage meaningful interactions between your organization and the people you serve. Community partnerships are free of charge, and conversations can be recorded in any language.
To learn more about the benefits of community partnership and our partner criteria, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Our StoryBooth
Remote Office Hours
Schedule times and dates may vary and are subject to change. This includes major holidays.
Tuesday: 1pm – 6pm
Saturday: 10pm – 4pm
Remote Recordings by Appointment
Tuesdays: 10:30am and 2pm
Please note that the Atlanta StoryBooth remains closed to the public at this time due to the pandemic. Appointments are remote only.
Parking & Access
For easy access to McElreath Hall, park in the lot accessible from both West Faces Ferry Road and Andrews Drive. Handicap spaces are available and there is no parking fee.
You do not need to purchase an admission ticket to the Atlanta History Center if you are recording a StoryCorps interview.
Support for StoryCorps in Atlanta
Thalia and Michael C. Carlos Foundation