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Field Note Stenographers: What We Do

Otis Music Camp

The Otis Music Camp was founded in 2008 through a partnership with the Georgia Music Hall of Fame as the Big “O” Singer/Songwriter Camp. Around 10 campers participated the first year, held over one week at the Hall of Fame. After the closure of the museum in 2011, the camp

C-SPAN Cities Tour: Macon’s Music History

C-SPAN’s Cities Tour came through Macon, Georgia in early 2014, and I gave them a tour of the Allman Brothers Band Museum at the Big House for the show:  

West Georgia Music Heritage Trail

    This West Georgia Music Heritage Trail proposal was written as part of a public history class at the University of West Georgia. From the proposal overview: In partnership with the Haralson and Carroll County convention and visitors bureaus, this is a plan to identify areas of importance in

Infographics: Shape-Note Singing


Billy Watson Music Factory Renovation

Opened in 1999, the Music Factory was the children’s wing of the Georgia Music Hall of Fame. Though originally developed to be a highly interactive area, the Music Factory eventually lagged behind in the subsequent decade as technology rapidly advanced. On a limited budget and using existing structures and resources,

M.I.K.E. (Music in Kids’ Education)

M.I.K.E. encompassed all youth educational programming at the Georgia Music Hall of Fame. During my time as Education and Programs Coordinator at the museum, the M.I.K.E. program was completely revamped and expanded to provide students opportunities to learn through live performances, workshops, tours and online resources. Press: