Tracy Bays Boothe

Tracy Bays-Boothe

Tracy Bays-Boothe currently the Associate Director of the Museum of Craft and Design in Berkeley, CA and the former Executive Director for the Greater Denton Arts Council. A graduate of the University of North Texas, Bays-Boothe has been a museum and arts advocate in North Texas for the past 16 years. Prior to joining the Arts Council, she was the Director of Public Programs at the Dallas Museum of Art and Director of Education at the Crow Collection of Asian Art. She has also served as an Adjunct Professor of Art History and Art Education at the University of North Texas and as a consultant for a variety of non-profits and community-focused organizations across the region. Bays-Boothe currently lives in California with her husband, a musician, and young son.


Searching for Eddie Running Wolf at Thin Line

Searching for Eddie Running Wolf takes viewers on an unexpected journey. At the beginning of the film, we learn Edie Running Wolf, a well-known Native American sculptor has been hired by collector Dr. Joseph Hartmann to create a monumental sculpture from marble. The commission remains unfinished for many years until Dr. Hartman’s son, Thomas Hartmann and […]

Published on: Sat, Feb 21, 2015

Midlake Live from Denton at Thin Line

Undeniably, one of the most talented bands in recent years to call Denton home is Midlake. Upon viewing their fantastic performance in the documentary MIDLAKE – LIVE FROM DENTON, viewers are transported not only to an amazing concert but to the city of Denton itself. Striking and swirling visuals, a truly impressive quality of sound, […]

Published on: Tue, Feb 17, 2015