Georgetown Art Center is a welcoming environment for visitors to view, appreciate, create, and purchase art. Through innovative, intelligent exhibits and programs, we promote visual literacy in the greater community.
Janice Anderson & John Sager
A celebration of the wonders of an altered book. Mixed media exhibit starting November 6th
The Georgetown Art Center is part of the Texas Cultural District located in Georgetown’s historic square. The facility opened in the Fall of 2013 and Georgetown Art Works, a local non-profit, manages all the programs with leadership from an all volunteer board.
Art Exhibits are in continuous rotation in the main gallery throughout the year. Art education, Art camps, and pop-up shows are held in the First Floor Studio periodically. The second floor contains artist studios for rent.
HOW TO ENGAGE
The non-profit organization relies on a wide variety of funding sources each year. As an individual you can assist with memberships, donations, or your gift of time by volunteering. A company or organization can purchase a membership and sponsor an exhibit or event.
Art Hop XIII
October 2 – October 31
Please join us for our biggest event of the year with original works of art from Texas artists. This event has over 100 artworks in multiple categories with participants selected by renowned judges for each: 3D/sculpture, photography, 2D abstract, and 2D representational.
November 6 – January 3
Join us for our last exhibit of 2020, Book Passage, where unwanted books are given a new home in a world where dying books are reborn and venerated. This is new work by award-winning book artists John Sager and Janice Anderson. Anderson weaves complex, exquisite and richly colored mixed media collages from discarded book covers, […]