POSTPONED - President Jimmy Carter | The Paintings of Jimmy Carter

Wednesday, December 5, 2018 — 4:00 pm

POSTPONED - President Jimmy Carter | The Paintings of Jimmy Carter
Jimmy Carter Presidential Library
441 Freedom Parkway NE Atlanta, GA 30307

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Event Description

POSTPONED - President Jimmy Carter | The Paintings of Jimmy Carter

Thank you for your continued patience while we work on arranging for President Carter to sign copies of his new book for those of you who purchased it in advance of last week's scheduled book signing. We should have a definite answer to all of the questions you have been asking by Wednesday, December 12. 

ABOUT THE EVENT

Former President Jimmy Carter will be signing copies of his new book "The Paintings of Jimmy Carter" on December 5, 2018. Please review the following guidelines for this special book signing event:

  1. Your ticket purchase here entitles you to a copy of President Carter’s new book "The Paintings of Jimmy Carter" from the official bookseller A Cappella Books. You must buy the book from A Cappella Books in order to enter the signing line on December 5.
  2. On the day of the event, each ticketholder will receive a wristband that will allow them to enter the signing line. YOU MUST WEAR THE WRISTBAND to enter the signing line. Library staff will remove the wristband’s number tag after you are in the signing line. DO NOT remove it yourself.
  3. In addition to "The Paintings of Jimmy Carter," wristband holders can have up to TWO additional prior titles signed by President Carter.
  4. President Carter will NOT be signing photos or memorabilia. Books will not be personalized.
  5. Photos at the signing table are prohibited.
  6. We encourage you to order your book from A Cappella Books in advance of the signing. You can do this here on the Freshtix event website. You can also order "The Paintings of Jimmy Carter" in person at the bookstore, which is located at 208 Haralson Avenue NE, Atlanta, GA 30307. Or order the book online at acappellabooks.com. Books ordered in advance will be available on the 5th at the Carter Library. A Cappella will also be selling copies of the book at the Carter Library beginning at 2 p.m.
  7. Members of Friends of the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library will get priority access to the signing line. Members are also eligible for a discount for the purchase of earlier books by President Carter at the Carter Library gift shop.
  8. You will go through security to enter the museum. Please do not bring large bags, purses, backpacks, etc.
  9. The signing line will form outside the Carter Presidential Museum at 2 p.m.
  10. We cannot offer signed copies of the book for people who cannot attend the event.

ABOUT THE BOOK

In the 1980s former President Jimmy Carter took up painting in his free time. Using his home woodworking shop as a studio, Carter has since produced more than a hundred works, capturing the landscapes and people of his beloved Plains, Georgia, and the far-flung places to which he has traveled to advance the work of the The Carter Center. This book showcases in one place for the first time, more than fifty of his favorite paintings. The works are accompanied by his own written narrative.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Jimmy Carter was born in Plains, Georgia, and served as thirty-ninth President of the United States. He and his wife, Rosalynn, founded The Carter Center, a nonprofit organization that prevents and resolves conflicts, enhances freedom and democracy, and improves health around the world. The impact of the Center's humanitarian work and his negotiation of the 1978 Camp David Accords earned him the 2002 Nobel Peace Prize. When not traveling around the world to observe elections, mediate conflicts, and improve basic health care, he has spent his spare time writing numerous books and developing his skills as a painter, woodworker, fly fisherman, birdwatcher, and even winemaker. He and Rosalynn enjoy time with their four children, twelve grandchildren, and nine great-grandchildren.