Sacred Harp Museum Internship Program

The Sacred Harp Museum hosts a yearly resident intern as part of a sustained effort to catalog, digitize, conserve, build, and improve access to the museum’s unparalleled collection of Sacred Harp and shape-note music recordings, manuscript music, songbooks, correspondence, photographs, and ephemera. The museum welcomed its first resident intern, Pennsylvania Sacred Harp singer Sasha Hsuczyk, in 2016 and is presently seeking a 2017 intern. This year’s intern will focus on cataloging the museum’s extensive collection, organizing and preserving our most fragile and significant archival papers, and developing a plan to collect and preserve the digital photographs and audio and video recordings singers are creating to document singings today.

The Sacred Harp Museum Internship Program is possible thanks to the generous donations of members of the Sacred Harp community. We offer each year’s intern a modest stipend of $1,500 to cover travel and provide money toward daily expenses during the month-long residency at the Museum. If you’re interested in helping us to make this program possible we invite you to contribute. Donations to the Sacred Harp Publishing Company (a 501(c)3 non-profit) are tax deductible. All funds raised will go toward the yearly intern’s stipend or other expenses relating to the internship program or toward preserving the Museum’s collection. You can contribute online through the donation button below, or by mailing a check made out to “Sacred Harp Publishing Company” to:

Sacred Harp Publishing Company
C/o Jesse P. Karlsberg
318 Arizona Avenue NE
Atlanta, GA 30307

Read about Sasha’s experience in “Preserving Sacred Harp’s Past for the Future: Interning at the Sacred Harp Museum.” Learn more about the Museum’s collection, history, and mission on the Sacred Harp Publishing Company website.

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Please don’t hesitate to contact Sacred Harp Museum curator Nathan Rees with any questions.

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