Events & Announcements
Visit the full Arts & Culture Calendar of Events for information about plays, concerts, exhibits, artist receptions, and more.
Project: The City of Georgetown Arts and Culture Board is issuing a call for artist proposals for the new City Hall and Municipal Court. Three areas have been identified for artwork. A theme has not been selected for the spaces to allow each artist an opportunity to present their own
The Call for grant proposals for events occurring in October 2018- March 2019 is currently closed The Georgetown Arts and Culture Board invites grant proposals for art, music, theatre, and cultural heritage events or projects twice each year. Nonprofit organizations, schools, informal arts and culture organizations, and individual artists who are
2018-2019 City of Georgetown Sculpture Tour This call closed on Aug. 1, 2018, proposals are currently under review. The Sculpture will be installed in November 2018 The City of Georgetown has issued a call for entries for its annual Sculpture Tour, a juried year-long outdoor exhibit in the bustling Georgetown Cultural District.
Project Mural – 215 W. 8th Street –“Honoring the past and innovating the future.” The City of Georgetown’s Arts and Culture Board is issuing a call for artist proposals for a mural to be located at 215 W. 8th Street, Georgetown, TX. Mural details The goal of the mural is
Dr. Paul Gaffney’s contributions to arts and culture in Georgetown were recognized in a mayoral proclamation at the next City Council meeting on February 27, 2018. The proclamation came on the heels of Gaffney’s retirement from Southwestern University December 31 after nearly 40 years teaching,
The City of Georgetown is searching for an Arts and Culture Coordinator to assist the Library Services Director with the coordination, planning, organizing, and execution of arts and cultural programming. The essential functions of the position include: Coordinates, plans, organizes, and executes arts and culture programming for the City of
The City of Georgetown Arts and Culture Board has awarded Austin sculptor Mary Morse the First Prize award in this year’s Sculpture Tour, a juried year-long outdoor exhibit in the busy Georgetown Cultural District. Morse won for her piece “Kite,” a bronze piece that depicts a woman on a beach
The City of Georgetown has contracted with eight artists to participate in its Sculpture Tour, a juried year-long outdoor exhibit in the bustling Georgetown Cultural District. The previous group of Sculpture Tour works will all be removed by the artists no later than Nov. 1 to make space for the new
Two art students from Georgetown ISD were acknowledged with a mayoral proclamation at the Sept. 26 City Council meeting. Mikaela Simmang is a senior at East View High School whose work was featured in the Georgetown Art Center’s GISD High School AP Exhibit this year. Also this year, she was