Ornament Workshop

Led by professional artists Elizabeth Collins and Peter Loose. Create an original ornament using recycled materials, including wood bits, paint, and upcycled trash.

Cost is $5 per person with a maximum family cost (parents with children) of $15.

Please pre-register by calling 706-342-7557, sending via paypal at info@steffenthomas.org, or by mailing a check to the Steffen Thomas Museum of Art, 4200 Bethany Road, Buckhead GA 30625.

All proceeds go to the Steffen Thomas Museum of Art.

Questions? Please contact Elizabeth at elizabeth@steffenthomas.org.

Mardi Gras Gala 2019

Save the date!

Diamond Masquerade: Steffen Thomas Museum of Art

Mardi Gras Gala 2019

Saturday, February 23, 2019 | 6:30 -10:00 PM

Empire Mills, Madison, Georgia
A Formal Masked Ball (Black Tie Optional)

Featuring:
*The Atlanta Seventeen Big Band
* Signature Cocktail, Wine & Beer
* Dancing
* Dinner

Catering by Hallie Jane’s Catering

Gala Sponsors:

Gold Sponsor: Infinite Warrior Yoga

Purple Sponsor: Fierman Law Firm

Green Sponsor: Roman Consulting, LLC

Great Folk Art Parade Collectors’ Forum: Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018

For the curious and the enthusiast!

The Steffen Thomas Museum of Art invites the public to the Reception and Folk Art Collectors’ Forum on Thursday, November 8 at 6:00 PM.  Popular folk artist Peter Loose will lead an informal discussion about the folk art movement and answer questions about the Museum’s current exhibition, The Great Folk Art Parade: Down the Lane to STMA.  This free event is a unique opportunity to learn directly from the experts about this movement in which the story behind the art is at least as important as the art itself.  Guests are encouraged to bring up to two pieces of their own folk art to the forum for Loose to evaluate. There is no fee for an evaluation but donations to the Museum will be greatly appreciated.  

Forum Schedule of Events:

6 PM Doors Open and Reception Begins

6:20 PM Gallery Tour of The Great Folk Art Parade by Peter Loose

6:45 PM Panel Discussion with Loose and other Serious Collectors

7:15 PM Evaluation of Folk Art Brought to Forum

More than two hundred and fifty pieces of work created by approximately one hundred folk artists are included in The Great Folk Art Parade.  Curated by Peter Loose, the exhibition draws upon the collections of nine serious collectors, providing a rare opportunity to see important works from Howard Finster, Lanier Meadors, St. EOM, Annie Wellborn, RA Miller, and others.  Many pieces are for sale. The exhibition is presented in the Museum’s West Gallery and will be open for viewing at the Forum.