Celebrate National Arts and Humanities Month this October at these Georgetown art spots

Local art and culture projects happening over the next year are eligible to receive funding through grants from the Georgetown Arts and Culture Board.

Local art and culture projects happening over the next year are eligible to receive funding through grants from the Georgetown Arts and Culture Board.

The city of Georgetown is home to a variety of artistic and cultural options for residents and visitors, including community productions at The Palace Theatre, The Williamson Museum and Southwestern University’s fine-arts school. The city also has a variety of options for those interested in the visual arts, including a large number of galleries and public art, which are featured in this guide.



Galleries


Antiques & Artisans
719 S. Main St.
512-369-9493
www.facebook.com/antiquesandartisans


Artisans Connect Gallery
800 S. Austin Ave., Ste. 105
512-864-0066
http://artisansconnect.net


Carol Woolf Gallery and Frame Factory
40218 Industrial Park Circle
512-863-8445
www.cwgff.com


Cianfrani Coffee Co.
109 W. Seventh St., Ste. 105
512-869-7030
www.cianfranicoffee.com


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


Georgetown Art Center
816 S. Main St.
512-930-2583
www.georgetownartcentertx.org


Georgetown Public Library
402 W. Eighth St.
512- 930-3624
https://library.georgetown.org


Healing Arts Gallery
2000 Scenic Drive (inside St. David’s Georgetown Hospital)
512-863-8283


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


Kathleen McElwaine Art
116 W. Eighth St.
512-653-2540
www.kmcelwaine.com


One Love Tattoos & Art Gallery
903 N. Austin Ave.
512-868-1588
www.facebook.com/traviscrowdesigns


Rustics: Fine Art Oil Paintings
by Paul Burkle
103 N. Austin Ave., Ste. 205 (by appointment only)
512-775-0582


Sarofim School of Fine Arts at Southwestern University
1001 E. University Ave.
512-863-1378
www.southwestern.edu/sarofim


Texas Design Co.
405 W. Seventh St.
512-496-8483
www.facebook.com/texasdesigncompany


Windberg Art Center & Gallery
7100 N. I-35
512-869-5588
www.windbergartcenter.com







Murals


'Jumping Around'
711 S. Main St. (on rear wall)




Visual Arts Artist: Joe Magnano[/caption]

'The Square’
809 S. Main St.
Artist: Anna Sebesta


'Discover Georgetown All Over Again’
Corner of Seventh and Main streets
Artist: Sarah Blankenship







Public art


Sculpture tour
The city of Georgetown sponsors a sculpture tour throughout the city’s cultural district in downtown, including sites at the Georgetown Public Library and the Square. Pieces rotate each November.


Permanent sculptures


Georgetown Public Library
402 W. Eighth St
‘Got It!’
Artist: Rod Garrett
Georgetown Recreation Center
1003 N. Austin Ave.




‘Danielle’s Dream’ Artist: Dan Pogue ‘Danielle’s Dream’
Artist: Dan Pogue[/caption]

‘Dancing Bones’
Artist: Kristine Eyfells
‘Shallow Coral’
Artist: Kristine Eyfells
‘Spider Bones’
Artist: Kristine Eyfells


Rivery Park
1448 Rivery Boulevard
‘Horatio II’
Artist: Marla Ripperda
Southwestern University
1001 E. University Ave.
‘Creator Recreator Receiver’
Artist: Robert L. Lancaster
‘Monstrance for a Gray Horse’
Artist: James Acord
Mother and Child sculpture’
Artist: Charles Umlauf


The Square
‘Dan Moody’
Artist: Lucas Adams
Harry L. Gold bust
Artist: Lucas Adams
Henry C. Matysek bust
Artist: H. Clay Dahlberg
‘Lost Soul’
Artist: Terry Jones
Poppy Bike Racks
Artist: Justin Smith




‘Robert Williamson’ Artist: Lucas Adams ‘Robert Williamson’
Artist: Lucas Adams[/caption]

‘Waterin’ the Work Mules’
Artist: Bob Coffee


Williamson County Courthouse annex
Fourth and Forest streets
Nathan Chapman statue
Artist: Bob Pack


This guide may not be comprehensive. More information about the arts in Georgetown can be found at www.arts.georgetown.org.