We are so thankful to have you as members and hope you enjoy this up-close and personal look at our newest exhibition Warhol and the West!

Member gallery walks begin at 4:00 pm and start every 15 minutes. Members are invited to gather at 6:00 pm in the Lucinda &  James Eaton Sculpture Atrium for a cocktail reception. At 7:00 pm in the Booth Ballroom there will be a panel discussion with the curators of the exhibit. Following the discussion the curators will be available to sign copies of the 144-page Warhol and the West book (books available for purchase – don’t forget your member discount).  RESERVATIONS REQUIRED! Choose your time below.

As this is a members only event, available event tickets are based on membership level.
Individual – 1 adult
Family/Grandkids – 2 adults
Friend level and higher – 2 adult members plus two additional adult guests
If you would like to upgrade your membership to the Friend level and enjoy all the Museum offers with your friends,
please call 770-387-1300.



Can’t make the gallery walks? Sign up for the reception and lecture below. Due to limited seating RESERVATIONS are required! This is only for those members not attending a gallery walk. Please reserve for each event.



Neva & Don Rountree




Anne B. Eldridge
Luther King Capital Management
Karen & Joel Piassick


Christina & Paul Blackney
Kelly & Steve Buckner
Andrea & Rick Miller
Susie & Bob Miller


The Benefit Company
Century Bank of Georgia
Cobb EMC Community Foundation

Learn More About Warhol and The West

See the exhibition and buy the book: Warhol and the West Written by Heather Ahtone, Faith Brower, and Seth Hopkins Available in early August 2019

Even ardent fans of Andy Warhol (1928–1987) may be surprised to learn that the artist created a significant body of western work. In fact, Warhol was drawn to the lore and lure of the American West throughout his life. He was heavily influenced by the mythology and conography of the American West, conveyed primarily through film and television, and reinforced at various points in his life by toys, clothing, and travel. His lifelong fascination with the West culminated with his 1986 series Cowboys and Indians, a print portfolio that represents an important milestone in the artist’s late career and a shift in the conception of contemporary western American art. One of the last major projects Warhol completed prior to his death, Cowboys and Indians received very little critical or public attention at the time of its release and remains one of the most understudied aspects of the artist’s career. Warhol and the West will explore for the first time the range of western imagery Warhol produced. New scholarship will examine how Warhol’s western work merges the artist’s ubiquitous portrayal of celebrities with his interest in cowboys, American Indians, and other western motifs. His work in the western genre is immediately recognizable, impressive, daring, inspirational, and sometimes confrontational. This body of work furthers our understanding of how the American West infiltrates the public’s imagination through contemporary art and popular culture. The major traveling exhibition includes more than 100 objects and works of art including source materials revealing Warhol’s process. The accompanying catalogue will feature essays by heather ahotone of the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum (AICCM) in Oklahoma City, Faith Brower of the Tacoma Art Museum, and Seth Hopkins of the Booth Western American Art Museum, as well as 12 additional contributors. Published in association with the Tacoma Art Museum.

Exhibition dates: Booth Western Art Museum, Cartersville, GA: August 24, 2019-December 31, 2019 National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, Oklahoma City, OK: February 14, 2020- May 13, 2020 Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, WA: June 13, 2020-September 20, 2020 heather ahtone is the Senior Curator at the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum (AICCM) in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Faith Brower is the Haub Curator of Western American Art at Tacoma Art Museum in Tacoma, Washington. Seth Hopkins is the Executive Director of the Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville, Georgia.