Booth Western Art Museum Home School Programs

Home School Fridays

home school fridays

Join instructor Mersia Martin in exploring a variety of mediums and techniques in these classes for home school students, ages 7-12.  Students take home a completed art project at the end of each class. Classes meet the first Friday of the month, 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm.

March 3: The Point of Pointillism
April 7: African Masks
May 5: Frida Kahlo

Fee: $10 for Booth Museum Members / $12 for not-yet-members
Price includes supplies
Location: The Resource Center
Minimum 5 students / Maximum 25 students

What’s the Rush?
Georgia, California and the Economics of the Gold that Connected Them


Friday, April 28, 2017
9:00 am – 2:00 pm

Students will explore the history of both the Georgia Gold Rush and California Gold Rush on the Museum Festival Grounds and inside both Bartow History Museum and Booth Museum. This year will have an ECONOMICS focus for grades K-8! Enjoy living history presentations, pan for gold with both wet panning and dry panning stations, trade for goods at the expanded Trading Post, discover where gold was found, visit a boom town, and so much more!

Cost: $5.00 for students, $3.00 plus tax for adults.
This program is presented in partnership with Bartow History Museum and includes admission to both museums. This program is appropriate for Grades K-8.

To register groups of 10 or more students, call 770-387-3849 or email