Member Appreciation Celebration
Member Appreciation Celebration
October 20 – 25, 2020
We appreciate your continued support of the Booth Museum. Each year we look forward to our annual Member Appreciation Celebration when we have the chance to thank you in person. Since 2020 has required that we limit in-person gatherings, we have extended our Member Appreciation Celebration to an entire week, October 20 – 25, 2020.
See below for details on prizes, discounts and exciting events as our thank you for your valued support.
Enter into a drawing for these great prizes!
- Two members will win a $25.00 gift certificate to the Candace Alexander McNair Store
- Two members will win a $25.00 gift certificate to The Booth Café
- Two members will win a $25.00 gift certificate to the Booth Art Academy. This gift certificate may be applied towards an art class or summer camp in 2021
You can enter one or all of the drawings by visiting in-person, via e-mail or by attending a virtual event. To enter via email, send your name, phone number and the drawing in which you want to be included in to email@example.com. Email entries must be received no later than Saturday, October 24, 2020. The Membership Department will notify all winners.
Watch for a special member mailing with the latest Booth Bulletin, a reprint of the Cowboys and Indians magazine article featuring your Booth Museum and a coupon for up to four people in your party to enjoy a FREE hot dog in The Booth Café during your next visit.
*Physical coupon must be presented.
Enjoy an extra 10% discount in the McNair Store October 20 – 25, 2020. *Some items excluded.
Friday, October 23
18th Annual Art History Symposium
Join us for this year’s Art History Symposium. All speakers will appear remotely from their locations. A limited number of Museum members will be able to participate in person at Bergman Theatre, while all others are welcome to watch and interact on Booth’s Facebook page. To reserve your in-person ticket, members should call Pam Hessenbruch at 770-387-1300. Circle members should call Lynn Tatum at 770-387-1541. Check the Bulletin for all the details.
10:30 am – Symposium Session One – Marking Space: Abstraction and Place in the Work of Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, Kay WalkingStick, and Emmi Whitehorse with Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art Rebecca Head Trautmann
11:30 am – Symposium Session Two – Panel Discussion – Elaine Horwich Stories with curator Julie Sasse, art critic/writer Lisa Wade and artist Tom Palmore.
2:00 pm – Symposium Session Three – Indians and Cowboys Redefined with artist Duke Beardsley
3:00 pm – Symposium Session Four – Indians and Cowboys Redefined with artist Greg Woodard
Saturday, October 24
Children’s and Adult Virtual Concerts
Children’s Concert – 3:00 pm
Adult Concert – 7:00 pm
The Booth will host two virtual concerts with singer songwriter Marshall Mitchell. Marshall received his first guitar at the age of 13. Soon after that, he began writing his own songs. For more than thirty years Marshall has entertained folks with his family-friendly performances. His children’s show will offer Cowboy Music For Kids. The adult show will feature a mix of traditional Western and cowboy music and other genres. The children’s concert will be 3:00 pm and the adult concert will begin at 7:00 pm. Both concerts will be virtual. Sign-in information to follow.
Thank you for your loyalty, enthusiasm and support. You make The Booth what it is today and pave the way for what it will become.