LECTURES & ADULT PROGRAMS

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Upcoming Programs

2.1.2023, 12:15 PM EDT Art for Lunch: Phil Epp – CAA Artist

Phil Epp, from Newton, Kansas is a member of The Cowboy Artists of America and is known for having the most contemporary style among the group. He recently won best of show at the 2022 CAA exhibition. He will discuss his art career and unveil one of his newest paintings, recently acquired by the Booth Museum. Lunch will be available for $12.00 plus tax. Deadline to register for lunch is Noon, January 31. Go to boothmuseum.org to make your reservation for lunch or watch LIVE on Booth Museum’s Facebook page and YouTube channel. Attendees are encouraged to arrive early. Program included with admission. No outside food or beverages. Attendees are encouraged to arrive early. CLICK HERE to register!

3.1.2023, 12:15 PM EDT Art for Lunch: Singer – Songwriter Scott Thompson

Join singer-songwriter Scott Thompson for a preview of the Booth Writers Guild new series featuring Distinguished Songwriters. This quarterly series will bring top Nashville songwriters to the Booth talk about their writing process and current projects. They will also sing songs they wrote that helped make people like George Jones, Patty Loveless, Garth Brooks, Dolly Parton and George Strait famous. During Art for Lunch Scott will talk about his writing, sing some songs and share what he is looking forward to hearing from the songwriters such as Tony Arata, who kicks off the series on Sunday, March 12 at 2:00 p.m. Arata wrote the Garth Brooks hits “The Dance” and “The Change,” and many more. Lunch will be available for $12.00 plus tax. Deadline to register for lunch is Noon, February 28. Go to boothmuseum.org to make your reservation for lunch or watch LIVE on Booth Museum’s Facebook page and YouTube channel. Attendees are encouraged to arrive early. Program included with admission. No outside food or beverages. Attendees are encouraged to arrive early. CLICK HERE to register!

3.12.2023, 2:00 PM EDT Booth Writers Guild – NEW Distinguished Songwriters Series, Bergman Theatre

Presented by the Booth Writers Guild, the Distinguished Songwriter Series, is a quarterly program hosted by singer-songwriter Scott Thompson that brings top Nashville songwriters to talk about their writing process and current projects. They will also sing songs they wrote that helped make people like George Jones, Patty Loveless, Garth Brooks, Dolly Parton and George Strait famous, as well as their favorite songs they’ve written but have not been recorded yet. On Sunday, March 12 at 2:00 p.m. our special guest will be Tony Arata, writer of the Garth Brooks hits “The Dance” and “The Change,” plus many others.  Writers Guild Members $5, Booth Members $10, not-yet-members $15. CLICK HERE to register!

4.5.2023, 12:15 PM EDT Art for Lunch: Mark Warren, 2022 Georgia Author of the Year lecture on “Billy the Kid” 
This program on “Billy the Kid” is also a book launch celebration for Mark Warren’s newest book, A Last Serenade for Billy Bonney. The book will be available for sale and signing at the event, and we will also have some free giveaways and door prize drawings! Lunch will be available for $12.00 plus tax. Deadline to register for lunch is, Noon, April 4. Go to boothmuseum.org to make your reservation for lunch or watch LIVE on Booth Museum’s Facebook page or YouTube channel. Attendees are encouraged to arrive early. Program included with admission. No outside food or beverages. Attendees are encouraged to arrive early. CLICK HERE to register!

5.3.2023, 12:15 PM EDT Art for Lunch: Amanda Lovett – Live Painting Demonstration

Amanda has been accepted into numerous national and regional shows and organizations, as well as earning her Signature Status with Oil Painters of America and American Women Artist. Join her as she conducts a live paining demonstration! Lunch will be available for $12.00 plus tax. Deadline to register for lunch is Noon, May 2. Go to boothmuseum.org to make your reservation for lunch or watch LIVE on Booth Museum’s Facebook page or YouTube channel. Attendees are encouraged to arrive early. Program included with admission. No outside food or beverages. Attendees are encouraged to arrive early. CLICK HERE to register!

6.7.2023, 12:15 PM EDT Art for Lunch: Roger Byrd author of There Is Our Country: Georgians Who Followed the Sun

Why did Georgians such as Doc Holliday and numerous others head West? Join us for this Art for Lunch centered around Roger Byrd’s newly released book, There Is Our Country: Georgians Who Followed the Sun and find out! Lunch will be available for $12.00 plus tax. Deadline to register for lunch is Noon, June 6. Go to boothmuseum.org to make your reservation for lunch or watch LIVE on Booth Museum’s Facebook page or YouTube channel. Attendees are encouraged to arrive early. Program included with admission. No outside food or beverages. CLICK HERE to register!

8.2.2023, 12:15 PM EDT Art for Lunch: Margaret Dyer – Live Painting Demonstration

You are invited to join award winning artist Margaret Dyer for a live painting demonstration! She has won several awards, including the National Oil and Acrylics Painters Society Small Painting Exhibition 2019 for Best Impressionism, along with being featured in numerous creditable articles. Lunch will be available for $12.00 plus tax. Deadline to register for lunch is Noon, August 1. Go to boothmuseum.org to make your reservation for lunch or watch LIVE on Booth Museum’s Facebook page or YouTube channel. Attendees are encouraged to arrive early. Program included with admission. No outside food or beverages. Attendees are encouraged to arrive early. CLICK HERE to register!

09.06.2023, 12:15 PM EDT Art for Lunch: Brad Quinlin – “My First Steps of Freedom” Civil War Program

Brad Quinlin will speak on “My First Steps of Freedom,” the story of men of African descent who were slaves in Tennessee, Georgia and Mississippi. During the Civil War these men were enlisted in White regiments as undercooks. Our guest speaker Brad, has a remarkable biography that covers his years of research, TV shows, movies, reenactor, and more! Please read Quinlin’s full biography below. Lunch will be available for $12.00 plus tax. Deadline to register for lunch is Noon, September 5. Go to boothmuseum.org to make your reservation for lunch or watch LIVE on Booth Museum’s Facebook page or YouTube channel.  Attendees are encouraged to arrive early. Program included with admission. No outside food or beverages.
CLICK HERE to register!