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Dana Hendrix 2015-07-27 The Texas Society of Sculptors has announced the award winners in their eighth annual summer show, which is hosted by the Georgetown Public Library and funded in part by sponsorship from the City of Georgetown Arts & Culture Board. Art historian and curator Sarah C. Bancroft was the judge for this year’s

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Dana Hendrix 2015-07-23 The Georgetown Public Library hosts a solo exhibit of photographs called “The Invisible World: Infrared Photography by Christy Hullum” August 2-28 in the upstairs gallery area. Landscape photographer Christy Hullum uses a modified digital camera to capture near-infrared light, which is usually invisible to the human eye. The

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Arts & CultureGeorgetown Public Library Dana Hendrix 2015-07-21 Minnie & Ella Jordan will appear next in the Georgetown Public Library’s “Live Music at the Library” series. They will perform on Sunday, August 23, at 2 p.m. in the library Lobby. Minnie & Ella Jordan play swing, hot jazz, and standards from

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Dana Hendrix 2015-07-16 Muralist Joe Magnano will be honored at a public reception on Friday, August 7, from 6-8 pm at the Georgetown Art Center. The public is invited, and the event is free of charge. The reception will mark the completion of Magnano’s mural, “Jumping Around,” on the alley side

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Arts & CultureCity Hall Dana Hendrix 2015-07-02 Joseph Magnano has his work cut out for him. He will spend much of July attending to the back of the oldest building on the historic downtown square, 711 S. Main Street. He began work in June beautifying this uninspiring 23 x 15 foot wall, and

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The 2013 renovation that transformed Georgetown’s 123-year-old Firehouse Number 1 into the award-winning Georgetown Art Center is highlighted along with the Georgetown Main Street Program in the February 2015 issue of Texas Living magazine. Click here to read the article: “Main Street Renovations: Stepping Back into Texas History.” (Shared with permission from Texas Living.)