Photography Guild exhibition returns to the Booth Museum beginning November 11.
On November 11, the Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville, Georgia, will host its Booth Photography Guild Annual Exhibition. The juried show will feature works from the museum’s Photography Guild, whose members represent a wide range of skill levels and backgrounds who are united in their love of photography.
The exhibition, which will take place in the museum’s Borderlands Gallery, will present a variety of subjects, including many Western themes. The show will add to the museum’s growing lineup of photography shows, which in recent months and years has also featured exhibitions for Arizona photographer Jay Dusard and Tlingit Alaskan Native Zoë Marieh Urness.
The exhibition will present new photography works to museumgoers, and it will also bring attention to the Booth Photography Guild, which aims to “pursue, develop and passionately endeavor to bring about an increased interest in and appreciation of photography as an art form,” according to the guild’s mission statement. “This will be accomplished by educating photographers of all levels and by exhibiting photography and bringing in exhibitions to the community. The Guild’s main purpose is to cultivate photography enthusiasts who are patrons, members and guests of the Booth Western Art Museum.”
In addition to the exhibition, the guild also offers many educational opportunities related to photography, as well as monthly meetings on the second Saturday of each month. For more information visit boothphotographyguild.org.
April Carlson, Looking at You, Kid, 2016, color print, 15 x 22". First Place Award Winner in the 2017 Booth Photography Guild Annual Exhibition.