Booth Art Academy

Located in historic downtown Cartersville, the Booth Art Academy was founded to provide the community and surrounding areas with a place where artists of any level could develop their capabilities.  Adult students have the opportunity to learn from nationally recognized artists and instructors in any media, while younger artists can access camps and classes in pottery, painting, drawing, sculpture, and more. All students have access to study and explore Booth Western Art Museum’s world-class art collection!

Location:  All classes are held at the Booth Art Academy / TRC Building, 1 North Gilmer Street, Cartersville, GA 30120, unless otherwise noted.

Cancellation Policy:  All Booth Art Academy (BAA) programming is subject to cancellation if the minimum class enrollment is not met.  If BAA cancels a program, registered students will receive a full refund.  For BAA programs that are not canceled, registration fees are fully refundable up to 30 days prior to an adult class or workshop and 14 days prior to a youth class or workshop.  For cancellations less than 30 days (adults) and 14 days (youth) prior to a class or workshop, refunds will only be given if there is a waiting list with a student who agrees to take your place.  If not, no refund will be issued.  There will be no refunds or prorating for missed classes.

 

CALL 770-387-1553 TO REGISTER!

Adult Classes

6-Week Drawing Class with Artist Nikki Davidson

This course is geared to all levels of experience in drawing. The beginning student will learn the tried and true method of “Drawing From The Right Side Of The Brain” in pencil. The student will learn the method in just one class and we will move forward from there. The intermediate to advanced students are encouraged to work from their own photos or from those that I provide. Any dry medium is acceptable such as graphite, charcoal, colored pencil, or pastel.  Students will also learn more about composition, value structure, edges, volume and depth.

6 Consecutive Tuesdays, July 30 – September 3, 2019
10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Minimum of 10 students, Maximum of 15 students
FEE: $170.00 for Booth Museum Members, $195.00 for not-yet-members

2-Day Watercolor Workshop with Artist Alan Shuptrine / Painting the Dogwood Tree

Learn to paint the dogwood tree and incorporate it into realistic watercolor landscapes. Using both wet-in-wet technique and detailed dry brush. Renowned Alan Shuptrine will teach participants how to literally “sculpt” a floral subject into a painting from back to front, and utilize the white of the paper to create dramatic light and shadow. Unlike most watercolorists who gradually add pigment to paper (from light-to-dark), Alan Shuptrine was influenced by Andrew Wyeth, and his father, Hubert Shuptrine, who painted from dark-to-light, much like an oil painter. This allows for bolder brushstrokes, spontaneity, and a fresher look. For those who have ever been intimidated by watercolor, Alan will help build confidence as students develop their paintings. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to have personal one-on-one instruction from a nationally recognized watercolor realist.  Skill Level: Intermediate to Advanced

Friday – Saturday, August 2 -3, 2019
9:00 am –4:00 pm
Minimum of 5 students, Maximum of 15 students
FEE:  $165.00 for Booth Museum Members, $190.00 for not-yet-members

3-Day Oil & Pastel Workshop with Artist Gary Baughman / Trees, Seas, and Cloud-Strewn Skies

Gary Baughman’s paintings are steeped in a logical understanding of biologic and atmospheric principles that govern the appearance of natural things. He weaves this understanding into his painting lessons in order that students will be able to portray their works in a more believable but painterly way. Students will glean a fresh understanding about natural subjects and an enlightened eye  for finding and rendering good painting studies.  Gary’s teaching style is one of “making strengths stronger and weaknesses irrelevant.”  He is a patient encourager to which his past and current students will attest. Gary is an avid plein air artist and one of the goals of this workshop is to teach the students to work more rapidly in the alla prima mode in preparation for their own plein air work.  Painting in small formats, 9x12 and 11x14, students will be encouraged to accomplish at least two finished works per day.  Beginners to intermediate students.  Students can work with either oils or pastels.

Wednesday – Friday, August 14 – 16, 2019
9:00 am –4:00 pm
Minimum of 5 students, Maximum of 12 students
FEE:  $225.00 for Booth Museum Members, $250.00 for not-yet-members

3-Day Oil Workshop with Artist Amanda Lovett / Barnes, Barrels, and Bushels

Adding more substance and interest to your composition can often times enhance the story you’re trying to tell. However, the word ‘perspective’ can clear a classroom faster than a canvas on fire! One of the best ways to overcome this feeling of panic (and need for a high quality extinguisher) is to learn to keep only the bare essentials necessary to imply an object rather than completely replicate it. So let’s be fearless together and no longer be afraid to tell the ‘whole’ story. Join me for three days of lively demos, hands-on painting, and one-on-one instruction.

Friday – Sunday, August 23 – 25, 2019
9:00 am –4:00 pm
Minimum of 8 students, Maximum of 15 students
FEE: $350.00 for Booth Museum Members, $375.00 for not-yet-members

4-Day Plein Air Event with Artists Kathie Odom, Lori Putnam, and Dawn Whitelaw

Nationally recognized artists Kathie Odom, Lori Putnam, and Dawn Whitelaw will be at the Booth Art Academy for 4 days of lectures, demonstrations, and workshops!  Students will attend a 2-day workshop with one of the 3 instructors, chosen (depending on availability) at the time of registration.  All students will attend artist presentations and painting demonstrations by each of the 3 instructors.  All students will also have the opportunity to attend breakout sessions with the 2 instructors that are not their primary instructor.  A maximum of 15 students will be in each workshop.  All workshops will be outdoors at designated sites around Cartersville, GA.  In the event of inclement weather, workshops will be moved indoors at the Booth Art Academy.  A 50% deposit will be required to register.  Final balance payments will be due 30 days prior to the event.  There will be no refunds after this date unless there is a wait list.  Students will receive a Materials List once the final payment is made.  Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity to study with 3 master artists!                           Call 770-387-1553 to reserve your spot.

Thursday – Sunday, September 5 – 8, 2019
Times vary daily
Minimum of 24 students, Maximum of 45 students
FEE: $475

Schedule:

  • Thursday:
  • Check-in at Booth Art Academy:                   6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
  • Instructor Presentations:                               7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
  • Friday:
  • Open Instructor Painting Demos:                 9:00 am – noon
  • Lunch:                                                                noon – 1:00 pm
  • Assigned Breakout Session #1:                     1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
  • Break:                                                                 2:30 pm – 3:00 pm
  • Assigned Breakout Session #2:                      3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
  • Saturday – Sunday:
  • 2-Day Workshop:                                              9:00 am – 4:30 pm 
  • Registration Begins:
  • Booth Museum Members:                               January 22, 2019
  • Public:                                                                  January 25, 2019 

2-Day Workshop with Artist Chris Groves / Between Realism and Abstraction

This 2-day class will introduce the artist to foundational elements of abstraction in order to loosen up in their painting. Emphasis on color theory, color notes, and sketches in various materials and tools will be discussed and demonstrated. Call to 770-387-1553 to reserve your spot.

Wednesday – Thursday, September 11 – 12, 2019
9:00 am –4:00 pm
Minimum of 10 students, Maximum of 15 students
FEE:  $270.00 for Booth Museum Members, $295.00 for not-yet-members

3-Day Workshop with Artist Chris Groves / Landscapes

The classical approach of monochromatic under painting, directed observation, application of color, and glazing techniques will be discussed and shown.  Various techniques of drawing along with preliminary charcoal sketches, value and color studies, and fundamentals of color mixing will be covered. Call 770-387-1553 to reserve your spot.

Friday – Sunday, September 13 – 15, 2019
9:00 am –4:00 pm
Minimum of 10 students, Maximum of 15 students
FEE:  $425.00 for Booth Museum Members, $450.00 for not-yet-members

3-Day Watercolor Workshop with  Artist Dylan Scott Pierce – Fur and Feathers

Dylan will guide the class in how to capture the beauty and unique character of the animal while conveying a mood and message in the painting. Various watercolor techniques will be demonstrated to achieve realistic textures unique to each animal.  Using sketches to establish a synchronized order of importance, Dylan will explain how to make artistic decisions to create and effective composition, to communicate what is important to the viewer. Also, Dylan will demonstrate how  using color studies will help discover unexpected ways of expressing ones message.  Principles of creating depth and realism will also be demonstrated. This is an intermediate to advanced class. 

Wednesday, October 2 – 4, 2019                                                                                                         9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Minimum of 5 students, Maximum of 15 students
FEE: $250 for Booth Museum Members, $275 for not-yet-members 

3-Day Figure Painting Workshop with Artist Seth Haverkamp / Energized Start, Graceful Finish

In this workshop, students will work from a live model to vigorously apply paint in simplified blocks to capture the gesture of the pose. Using a limited palette, students will paint with both thin and thick paint, in conjunction with wiping paint out, to achieve a successful drawing. Students will then work on pushing values to paint in the fall of light and add a three dimensional effect. Using a grey toned canvas with paint scumbled over it, with thick paint in the lighter areas, a fully realized figure can be achieved. Paint manipulation and brush handling will be discussed and demonstrated. Seth will discuss how this leads directly into a multiple layered studio figure painting. Seth will also discuss the similarity between painting from life and from photographs.

Wednesday – Friday, October 16 – 18, 2019
9:00 am –4:00 pm
Minimum of 5 students, Maximum of 15 students
FEE:  $350.00 for Booth Museum Members, $375.00 for not-yet-members

3-Day Landscape Workshop with Artist Thomas Caleb Goggans / Reflecting the Land and Sky

Few things are more mesmerizing than a mirrored landscape in beautiful water. Capturing such richly layered scenes is achieved through confident use of color, well articulated light, accurate drawing, and an organized approach. Thomas Caleb Goggans, a nationally recognized contemporary naturalist painter, will help each attendee approach composing an image with confidence, gain a deeper understanding of paint and color, a greater mastery of materials, and discover the power of a strong plan coupled with experimentation.  Participants will learn about developing a clear vision, applying intentional progression, and achieve inspiring artwork through demonstrations, info loaded talks, personal critiques, and individual guidance in this three day workshop.

Friday – Sunday, November 8 -10, 2019
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Minimum of 8 students, Maximum of 15 students
FEE: $350.00 for Booth Museum Members, $375.00 for not-yet-members

3-Day Oil Painting Workshop with Artist John Guernsey / The Secrets of Dynamic Landscapes

Gain new insights and skills in color mixing, light and shadow theory, and brushwork. Create paintings with a professional and dynamic look. Gain confidence in the painting process and learn ways to handle complex subject matter with great ease and simple gestures. Through a variety of lectures, demonstrations, practice studies, and one-on-one assistance, you will be challenged to apply unique techniques and to think in new ways about oil painting. Expect a focused, yet relaxed, atmosphere with lots of fun and camaraderie.

Wednesday – Friday, November 20 -22, 2019.
9:00 am –4:00 pm
Minimum of 6 students, Maximum of 15 students
FEE:  $350.00 for Booth Museum Members, $375.00 for not-yet-members

2-Day Portrait Sculpture Workshop with Artist Kevin Chambers

This two day sculpture workshop will focus on classical portraiture. Students will build a life-size bust from a provided live model using water based clay on a provided armature. The class will cover classical techniques and approaches for building a basic portrait and demos for creating each feature. Basic anatomy and how to obtain a likeness in your portrait will also be discussed.

 Saturday – Sunday, December 7 -8, 2019
9:00 am –4:00 pm
Minimum of 7 students, Maximum of 12 students
FEE:  $270.00 for Booth Museum Members, $295.00 for not-yet-members

*25 lbs of clay included per student. 

3-Day Landscape Painting Workshop with Artist David Boyd, Jr. / Painting the Urban Still-life

David Boyd, Jr. has advanced the Urban Environment to its own art form. He finds beauty in our everyday life with his unique view of the world. So original is his composition that the subjects acquire a life of their own. David conveys the character he sees in the urban world and shares that insight with every student. Each day’s painting demo by David will be followed by individual instruction. Join us for this wonderful opportunity to study with David Boyd, Jr. learning to see and paint the “Urban Still-Life”.

Wednesday – Friday, December 4 – 6, 2019
9:00 am –4:00 pm
Minimum of 5 students, Maximum of 15 students
FEE:  $350.00 for Booth Museum Members, $375.00 for not-yet-members

6-Week Oil Painting Class with Artist Celeste McCollough – The Landscape in Color

The class will explore all aspects of landscape painting with a particular emphasis on color. Strategies will be taught about how to use the building blocks of color to make the painting feel harmonious and pleasing so as to express a particular statement about the subject. Brief demonstrations will be presented throughout the six weeks to emphasize particular points and each student will receive one-on-one instruction. Bring some of your favorite photographic or other references to work from. The class will be taught in oil paints. All levels welcome!

6 Consecutive Thursdays, January 9 – February 13, 2020
10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Minimum of 8 students, Maximum of 15 students
FEE: $170.00 for Booth Museum Members, $195.00 for not-yet-members

3-Day Workshop with Artist Michele Byrne – “Impressionistic Painting with Palette Knife and Brush”

Learn to create dramatic paintings with a palette knife and impressionistic brushwork. You will learn how to design a painting through value and strong composition that will lead your eye through the painting to tell a story. You are the director and in this class I will show you how to direct the viewer’s eye with value studies and strong compositional plans. You will learn various techniques on how to hold the knife and make a great variety of marks. Information on paint manipulation and brushwork will also be included. Each morning there will be demos and in the afternoon I will spend time with each student helping them through the process.

Friday – Sunday, January 24 – 26, 2020
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Minimum of 8 students, Maximum of 15 students
FEE: $350 for Booth Museum Members, $375 for not-yet-members

3-Day Oil Painting Workshop with Artist Cindy Baron – “Harmony and the Landscape”

This workshop is designed to show how to take a tonal painting, build layers of color and harmonize.  There will be a demonstration each day to talk about technique, composition and design.  I will work with each artist to help achieve a better knowledge of the medium, to a completed painting.  Design, values and colors will be discussed along with a critique at the end of the workshop.  Photo references will be supplied or you may bring your own.  Beginners to advanced are welcomed.

TWO WORKSHOPS!!!

1st Workshop
Friday – Sunday, February 14 – 16, 2020
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Minimum of 6 students, Maximum of 15 students
FEE: $425 for Booth Museum Members, $450 for not-yet-members 

2nd Workshop
Tuesday – Thursday, February 18 – 20, 2020
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Minimum of 6 students, Maximum of 15 students
FEE: $425 for Booth Museum Members, $450 for not-yet-members

2-Day Painting Workshop with Artist Laura Lanford – “Fundamentals of Oil Painting Using a Light And Shadow Approach”

Learn how to speak with the visual language of paint by simplifying complex subject matter into basic abstract compositions. Paint anything from life or photos of your choice! Differentiate and establish 6 values to convey dynamic and clear paintings. Values, design, clean color, temperatures, edges, drawing with shape, brushwork, drill/practice tips will all be addressed. Demo included. Beginner to intermediate students with some experience required.

Thursday – Friday, March 26 – 27, 2020
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Minimum of 8 students, Maximum of 15 students
FEE: $250 for Booth Museum Members, $275 for not-yet-members

1-Day Introduction to Collage Workshop with Artist Lynn Weisbach

Artist Lynn Weisbach has made a life of art, first in graphic design and, since 1992, as a full-time artist and instructor.  In both of these careers she has won numerous national, regional and local awards and honors. She is an exceptional and enthusiastic instructor and teaches workshops and classes in traditional and contemporary water-media techniques, mixed media, collage, and assemblage.  Whether you are just discovering the medium of collage or would like to add to your knowledge and skills, this class has something for everyone.

Saturday, March 7, 2020
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Minimum of 8 students, Maximum of 15 students
FEE: $125 for Booth Museum Members, $150 for not-yet-members

3-Day Pastel Workshop with Artist Margaret Dyer – “The Figure in Pastels”

In Margaret’s workshops students are taught a traditional pastel painting technique. Working with a live model, students will explore drawing, composition, anatomy, proportion, value, color and pastel application. Emphasis will be on developing form using light and shadow using Margaret’s easy step-by-step method. For those who are bewildered by color or are wanting to speed up and become less tight in their work, this is an excellent class to take. Students do not need prior pastel experience. Some drawing would be helpful, but not imperative.

Wednesday – Friday, April 8 – 10, 2020
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Minimum of 6 students, Maximum of 15 students
FEE: $425 for Booth Museum Members, $450 for not-yet-members 

3-Day Plein Air Workshop with Artist Shanna Kunz

This workshop will explore design and color composition in plein air and studio painting. Some experience with your medium is required, though all levels are welcome! We will simplify the design process and create a dramatic landscape with emotional subtlety or contrast while maintaining the illusion of reality. Lots of personal instruction and guidance will be provided. Shanna will guide you through the decision making process from the very beginning of your painting. She will help you choose and enhance your theme, and to identify palette choices that make your painting more engaging. You will use brushes, palette knives and glazes to develop your authentic style. She will also introduce the concept of dynamic symmetry and shape placement.

Wednesday – Friday, April 22 – 24, 2020
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Minimum of 6 students, Maximum of 15 students
FEE: $325 for Booth Museum Members, $350 for not-yet-members

3-Day Portrait Painting Workshop with Artist Bart Lindstrom

This workshop will focus on painting portraits with full-color alla prima methods. Bart Lindstrom will demonstrate his approach to using color and values. Workshop attendees will first be introduced to color mixing, and helped to understand why it is based directly on complimentary color theory. Attendees will then be given a chance to work with the palette and color system from live models with direct assistance and guidance. The goal of this workshop is to help demystify color, and turn complimentary color theory into a useful, dependable, and exciting painting tool.

Wednesday – Friday, May 6 – 8, 2020
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Minimum of 6 students, Maximum of 15 students
FEE: $325 for Booth Museum Members, $350 for not-yet-members

3-Day Oil Painting Workshop with Artist Don Demers – “The How and Why of Landscape Painting”

This three day course will focus on painting on location (plein air) as a form of study and not as a performance art.  We will discuss and examine not only “how” to create work outdoors, but also the all-important “why”.  This conceptual aspect of painting is something that many artists pass by and it is the very essence of artistic intent.  We will be working primarily outside and approaching our subjects with methods ranging from sketching (visual journaling) to simple color studies to more developed and finished works.  This class is intended for experienced painters.  All media are welcome, however the daily demos will be conducted in oil.  I will also be doing short demos in charcoal and white chalk on gray paper. 

Thursday – Saturday, May 28 – 30, 2020
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Minimum of 8 students, Maximum of 15 students
FEE: $570 for Booth Museum Members, $595 for not-yet-members

2-Day Painting Workshop with Artist Nancy Franke – “Gesture & Feeling / Painting Studies of the Figure”

Any subject can be broken down into simple shapes.  We will learn to see as painters, first by doing some quick studies from simple still life objects.  Translating this understanding to painting the figure from photos will then be our focus, rather than creating detailed portraits, or rendering photographic images.  Tips for simplifying the subject, while communicating gesture and feeling will be emphasized.  We want to catch the truth in a light and effective way!  A live model session will be offered on the second morning.  Nancy will do demos each day and give lots of personal instruction.  Bring big brushes, lots of paint, and expect to do 2 – 3 studies each day, as we experiment and have fun in a non-judgmental setting.

Thursday – Friday, August 20 – 21, 2020
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Minimum of 5 students, Maximum of 15 students
FEE: $425 for Booth Museum Members, $450 for not-yet-members

2-Day Workshop with Artist Jesse Lane – “Dramatic Portraits in Colored Pencil”

Learn the secrets of turning colored pencil into a Fine Art medium…creating works as rich and nuanced as any oil painting. Draw a dramatic, realistic portrait with award-winning artist Jesse Lane. Jesse will guide you step by step, sharing his signature style… including special tips for creating nuanced skin tones, compelling eyes, and realistic hair. Classes are thorough as Jesse breaks down complex rendering into simple shapes. Everyone works on the same portrait as Jesse gives detailed demos and also works with students one-on-one.

Thursday – Friday, September 3 – 4, 2020
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Minimum of 15 students, Maximum of 25 students
FEE: $360 for Booth Museum Members, $385 for not-yet-members 

3-Day Painting Workshop with Artist Chris Groves – “Between Realism and Abstraction”

This class will introduce the artist to the foundational elements of abstraction in order to loosen up in their painting. Emphasis on color theory, color notes, and sketches in various materials and tools will be discussed and demonstrated.

Tuesday – Thursday, September 15 – 17, 2020
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Minimum of 10 students, Maximum of 15 students
FEE: $425 for Booth Museum Members, $450 for not-yet-members

3-Day Painting Workshop with Artist Chris Groves – “Landscapes”

The classical approach of monochromatic under painting, directed observation, application of color, and glazing techniques will be discussed and shown.  Various techniques of drawing along with preliminary charcoal sketches, value and color studies, and fundamentals of color mixing will be covered. 

Friday – Sunday, September 18 – 20, 2020
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Minimum of 10 students, Maximum of 15 students
FEE: $425 for Booth Museum Members, $450 for not-yet-members

Children’s Art Camps and Classes

After School Art Class – Pop Art (Ages 7 – 12)

Discover Andy Warhol, Jasper Johns, and Roy Lichtenstein in this exciting class based on the Pop Art Movement of the 1960’s.  Paint, draw, sculpt, glue, explore, and transform!  All supplies included.

4 Consecutive Tuesdays, October 1 – 22, 2019 – 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm
Minimum of 6 students, Maximum of 12 students
FEE: $60 for Booth Museum Members, $70 for not-yet-members

Illustration & Book Binding Family Day with Artist R. Gregory Christie (Ages 7 – 12)

Gregory Christie, Caldecott Award Honoree and New York Times best-selling illustrator with over 20 years of experience and 60 books to his credit, will teach children how to make their own mini books. The morning will include 2 craft sessions with a snack break in the middle.  Session one will emphasize book binding techniques and session two will focus on the fundamentals of book illustration.  All supplies and snacks are included.  There will be a book-signing immediately following this event.  Due to space limitations, price includes one child and one adult family member.  This event will take place in the Ballroom of Booth Western Art Museum.

Saturday, September 21, 2019
10:00 am to 12:30 pm
Minimum of 10 students, Maximum of 40 students
FEE: $30 for Booth Museum Members, $35 for not-yet-members  

After School Art Class – The Night Sky in Colored Pencil (Ages 7 – 12)

Step inside the magical world of Artist Kim Douglas Wiggins as we explore the colors of the night sky!  Using Mr. Wiggins’ oil paintings as reference, students will learn basic colored pencil techniques like shading, highlighting, and blending.  Focusing first on drawing the landscape, students will work their way to a finished colored pencil masterpiece!  All supplies included.

4 Consecutive Tuesdays, October 29 – November 19, 2019
5:00 pm to 6:30 pm
Minimum of 6 students, Maximum of 12 students
FEE: $60 for Booth Museum Members, $70 for not-yet-members

 

Children’s Summer Art Camps

 

 

Art Bugs (Ages 4 – 6)

This year bring some color and excitement to your summer!  Try out all kinds of different art projects.  Enjoy this fun-packed and playful camp designed especially for our youngest artists!

Fee: $75  for Museum members
$100 for not-yet-members
Supplies included
Min. 5 / Max. 15 students
9:00 am – noon

Session 1:  June 4 – 6, 2019

 

Session 2:  July 9 – 11, 2109

Pottery (Ages 7 – 12)
All levels of potters are welcome in this class where you are certain to have plenty of messy, muddy fun!  You will learn pinch, coil, and slab building and get lots of time on the potter’s wheel!

Fee: $115  for Museum members
$140 for not-yet-members
Supplies included
Min. 5 / Max. 12 students
9:00 am – noon

 Session 1:  June 4 – 7, 2019

Session 2:  July 9 – 12, 2019

Cartooning (Ages 7 – 12)
Do you love cartoons and superheroes? Then this is the camp for you!  Learn shapes, movement, and perspective.  Plus, discover step-by-step how to develop your own characters and storylines.    

Fee: $115 for Museum members
$140 for not-yet-members
Supplies included
Min. 5 / Max. 20 students
9:00 am – noon 

Session 1:  June 11 – 14, 2019

 

Session 2:  July 16 – 19, 2019

Claymation (Ages 10+)
Make your art come to life!  Be the director, art designer, and writer of a Claymation “short” film.  Using wire armatures and modeling clay, make the characters and design the set for your film production!

Fee: $115 for Museum members
$140 for not-yet-members
Supplies included
Min. 5 / Max. 12 students
9:00 am – noon

Session 1:  June 18 – 21, 2019

Session 2:  July 23 – 26, 2019

 Art Soup (Ages 7 – 12)
What do you get when you mix a little painting with a little  drawing, and then you add a pinch of cartooning, with a spoonful of sculpture, and a dash of mixed-media?  You get Art Soup!  Art, friends, and fun…the perfect recipe for a delicious  week!

Fee: $115 for Museum members
$140 for not-yet-members
Supplies included
Min. 5 / Max. 20 students
9:00 am – noon

 1 Session Only:  June 25 – 28, 2019

 

Location:
The Booth Art Academy
1 North Gilmer Street
Cartersville, GA 30120

CALL 770-387-1553 TO REGISTER!

The Booth Art Academy

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Booth Western Art Museum
501 Museum Drive
PO Box 3070
Cartersville, Georgia 30120

770-387-1300