Creativity thrives in Georgetown thanks in part to these 18 arts-inspired businesses

 

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City officials said the recent economic impact study conducted by TXP confirmed that arts and culture are strong in Georgetown, enhancing quality of life and bringing in tourist dollars.


1. Georgetown Public Library
402 W. Eighth Street
512-930-3551 | www.library.georgetown.org

2. Georgetown Palace Theatre
810 S. Austin Ave.
512-869-7469 | www.georgetownpalace.com

3. Georgetown Art Center
816 S. Main Street
512-930-2583 | www.georgetownartcentertx.org

4. The Williamson Museum
716 S. Austin Ave.
512-943-1670 | www.williamsonmuseum.org

5. Antiques & Artisans
719 S. Main St.
512-369-9493

6. Artisans Connect Gallery
800 S. Austin Ave., Ste. 105
512-864-0066  | artisansconnect.net


7. The Escape
713 S. Main St.
512-930-0052 | theescapegeorgetown.com


8. Framer’s Gallery
610 S. Main St.
512-863-2214 | kimisframersgallery.com


9. Grace Heritage Center
811 S. Main St.
512-869-8597 | georgetownheritagesociety.org


10. Handcrafts Unlimited
104 W. Eighth St.
512-869-1812 | handcraftsunlimited.com


11. Inspiration Glass Studio
211 W. Eighth St.
512-869-6630 | inspirationglassstudio.com


12. Ken’z Guitars & Music
705 S. Main St.
512-869-8064 | kenzguitars.net


13. Painting with a Twist
1008 Rock St.
512-591-0797 | paintingwithatwist.com/georgetown


14. Pinot’s Palette
212 W. Seventh St.
512-868-5022 | pinotspalette.com


15. Texas Design Co.
405 W. Seventh St.
512-496-8483


16. Kathleen McElwaine Art Studio
116 W. Eighth St., Ste. 104
512-653-2540 | www.kmcelwaine.com


17. A Premium Blend School of Performing Arts
708 S. Austin Ave., Ste. 201
512-630-2540


18. Red Silo Studios
114 E. Seventh St., Ste. 112
512-635-2228 | www.redsilostudios.com






This is not a comprehensive list.


Source: City of Georgetown/Community Impact Newspaper


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