*SOLD OUT* In Nature’s Studio: Williams Island

*This event is SOLD OUT*


In partnership with the Tennessee River Gorge Trust, the Hunter invites guests on an excursion to Williams Island.  


We will meet at the Hunter Museum at 10am for an educator-led tour of In Nature’s Studio: Two Centuries of American Landscape Painting. Then we will caravan to the boat launch site near Baylor School, taking a motorized boat (no paddling skills needed!) to Williams Island for a creative afternoon during which participants can explore the island and sketch or photograph Chattanooga’s landscapes.  Later in the afternoon, the boat will depart the island at intervals, returning guests to their cars when they are ready. 


Light snacks and sketching materials are included. Guests are encouraged to bring picnic lunches, drinks (no alcohol please), and picnic blankets. Guests are welcome to bring small easels and painting sets. Everyone will be required to wear life jackets during the boat ride.


$25/person ($20 members). Must be 16 or older. Limited spots available. Rain date is August 5. Registrants will be notified if we need to reschedule to rain date. 

For additional questions, email acausey@huntermuseum.org 


In Nature’s Studio is organized by the Reading Public Museum, Reading, Pennsylvania. Generously sponsored by Southeastern Trust Company.  Marketing support provided by Chattanooga Tourism Company.