An overwhelming response to the Booth Museum’s photography exhibitions led to the creation of the Booth Photography Guild (BPG). An extensive exhibit of Yellowstone National Park photography by nationally-renowned photographer Tom Murphy in 2010, and the 2011 six-month exhibit of Ansel Adams’ original work have generated more awareness of Booth Museum among photographers. (the museum continues to encourage and support Photography exhibits)
Organized by local and regional photographers and sponsored by Booth Western Art Museum, BPG offers educational opportunities and programming related to photography. The Guild is open to anyone interested in photography, regardless of his or her skill level. Members have the opportunity to exhibit their work in a juried 3-month show in the museum, as well as quarterly shows in the Downtown Gallery of Cartersville. Activities include photography outings and Saturday morning Special Interest Groups (classes). BPG is intended for photographers of all levels and experience and to assist them in continuing to master their skills while networking with other photographers.
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