The Cottrell Digital Studio at the Northeast Georgia History Center presents livestream programs for all to enjoy as well as special content for Digital Members. Join via Facebook Live or YouTube Live and feel free to ask questions in the chat! Great for all ages.
We have lots of great livestreams during September that celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept 15 - Oct 15) with lessons on traditional dances, Hispanic women authors, a special program in Spanish, and more!
Each Wednesday at 2 PM ET, we present a livestream for the general public to enjoy via Facebook Live or YouTube Live. Each Friday we present special Member Livestreams for our local and digital Members. Become a Digital Member for as little as $3/month or $35/year to enjoy Member livestreams and more: Become a Digital Member
Livestream: Ask a Historian
Wednesday, September 2nd at 2 PM ET
Historian Glen Kyle answers your history questions live from the chat! Great for families and educators alike.
Members Livestream: The Way We Work
Friday, September 4th at 2 PM ET
Historian Glen Kyle presents a Members livestream about the way that work has evolved throughout history. What were typical jobs during the Medieval era? What was it like to be an apprentice in ancient Rome? Why has 9-5 become a typical work day? Learn all about it in this Members livestream!
Lofi History on Twitch!
Tuesdays at 4 PM ET
Historian Glen Kyle takes your history questions as electronic musician Libba Beaucham creates some sweet beats! Only on Twitch at www.twitch.tv/lofi_history every Tuesday from 4-5 PM ET.
Livestream: American Girl Dolls
Wednesday, September 9th at 2 PM ET
Historian and American Girl Doll lover Marie Walker presents the history behind some of her favorite characters. Great for all ages!
Members Livestream: The History of Museums
Friday, September 11th at 2 PM ET
Join historians Marie Walker and Glen Kyle for a Members livestream about the history of museums. When did collections of artifacts begin? How has curation and interpretation changed over the years? Learn all about it during this Members livestream.
Virtual Family Day: Old Hollywood
Sunday, September 13th from 1 PM to 5 PM ET
The Cottrell Digital Studio at the Northeast Georgia History Center presents a free fun and educational livestream event about Old Hollywood -- great for all ages!
Join on Facebook Live or YouTube Live:
Facebook Live - Northeast Georgia History Center (NEGAHC)
On Sunday, September 13th, programs will start every hour on the hour from 1 PM ET to 5 PM ET:
1 PM ET - Introduction to the Era of "Old Hollywood" & the First Mickey Mouse Cartoons with historian Marie Walker
2 PM ET - Big Hits from Old Hollywood with historian Glen Kyle
3 PM ET - Popular Dances of Old Hollywood with Kat Nagar of Atlanta Historic Dance
4 PM ET - Kids Craft Tutorial (only a piece of paper and coloring pencils or crayons are needed!)
5 PM ET - Old Hollywood Trivia with historians Glen Kyle and Marie Walker
Livestream: Spain & the American Revolution
Wednesday, September 16th at 2 PM ET
Historian Glen Kyle presents a livestream program about Spain's role in the American Revolution. Great for all ages!
Members Livestream: Hispanic Women Authors
Friday, September 18th at 2 PM ET
Join historian Marie Walker as she spotlights the work, impact, and experiences of Hispanic women authors from the past to today.
Livestream: Let's Dance! Salsa, Tango, Cha-Cha-Cha
Wednesday, September 23rd at 2 PM ET
Learn the foundations of salsa, tango, the cha-cha-cha and more with the dancers of Heather Wayne's Performing Arts in this free dance (and history) lesson!
Members Livestream: The Life & Work of Frida Kahlo
Friday, September 25th at 2 PM ET
History Educator Diana Mancilla presents a Members livestream about the life and work of artist and activist Frida Kahlo.