Georgetown Art Center

Georgetown Art Center

512 930-2583

816 S Main St

Georgetown, TX 78626


Fluid Worlds

Georgetown Art Center

June 29 - August 4, 2018

An exhibition featuring works by Lindsey Dunnagan, Greta Olivas, and Andrea Pramuk.


Macro Photography

The 2018 Macro Photography show is a state wide juried art exhibit organized by Georgetown Art Works (Georgetown Art Center) is a non profit organization...

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Women by Women: Owning Our Stories

An exhibition featuring works by ten female artists. Artists include: Ayla Erdener, Annie O’brien Gonzales, Mary Wendel, Allison Lunneen Geneser, Katie Ryan, Adrienne Hodge, Karina...

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Lawrence Jolly: Yes!

An exhibition featuring works by Austin-based artist Lawrence Jolly.

Print Austin 2018: Gardening at Midnight

An exhibition featuring works by recent graduates of the BFA in Printmaking program at Texas State University in San Marcos. Artists include: Michael Arredondo, Tim Benyo, James...

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Wide Open

A show featuring works by Rebecca Bennett, Shawn Camp, and Karen Maness.

James Tisdale: made for you AND me

A show of works by Austin-based artist James Tisdale. The pieces in the exhibition explore the concept of beauty in society and in nature.


An exhibition featuring works by Jill Bedgood, Janet Brooks, Belinda Casey, Emily Eaton, Vie Dunn-Harr, Elizabeth Elequin, Valerie Fowler, Annie O’Brien Gonzales, Robyn Jorde, Marie Leterme,...

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David Lindsay: Above Our Heads

An exhibition of works by David Lindsay. “The work depicts a number of figures, angels sculpted in stone, that are found at the intersections of...

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Peter Mangan: Messengers

An exhibition of sculpture works by Peter Mangan. The works “originated from abstracted figures” but contain silhouettes that can be entered by the viewer.

Samantha Parker Salazar: Retrofit

A solo exhibition of paper sculptures by Samantha Parker Salazar. The sculptures utilize various forms of printmaking as their medium. Through the creation of new work...

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Women Painting Women: Texas

An exhibition of fourteen Texas artists–including seven from Austin– celebrating contemporary female artists working in the figurative tradition.

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