BOOTH WESTERN ART MUSEUM
501 N. Museum Drive • Cartersville, GA 30120 (770) 387-1300 • www.boothmuseum.org
The Booth Western Art Museum is the largest museum of its kind in the Southeast and houses the country’s largest permanent exhibition space for Western art. An affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, the Booth is an architectural wonder—designed to resemble a modern pueblo, constructed from Bulgarian limestone. The Booth’s permanent collection of Western art, presidential portraits and letters, and Civil War art allows visitors to “See America’s Story” in paintings, sculpture, photography and artifacts. Sagebrush Ranch is an award-winning, hands-on experience and interactive children’s gallery. Booth Museum was started by a family who call Cartersville home and have been Western art collectors for many years. It was their wish to share their art with the community.
Major Upcoming Exhibitions
East/west Visions: Scott Christensen & Quang Ho Oct.25-jan. 20, 2019 Booth Photography Guild Annual Exhibition Through November 11 Treasures from the Frederic Remington Art Museum and Beyond Through January 13, 2019
“The opportunity to simultaneously see a major exhibition by the all-time great Frederic Remington and a showcase for living masters Quang Ho and Scott Christensen is something only likely to occur at the Booth.” —Seth Hopkins, executive director, Booth Western Art Museum