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Public Art in Georgetown

Georgetown has public art around the Square, in parks, on Southwestern University’s campus, at the public library, and elsewhere.

The City of Georgetown Arts & Culture Board borrows, purchases, or commissions murals, sculptures, paintings, and even utility box wraps. The meaning and awareness of place and space created by these works extend the creative experience that visitors to the City enjoy.

Visit the pages in the gallery below for more information.

NOW OPEN: Call for Entries for 2018-2019 Sculpture Tour

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 unique vision for the space.  … Continue reading “Call for Artist Proposals: Art for City Buildings”

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“Freshwater Cowgirl” by Anthony St. James is outside the Ninth Street entrance to the Georgetown Public Library. It was awarded Second Prize in this year’s Sculpture Tour. The library’s address is 402 W. Eighth Street.

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“Ladder Man” by Jay Schaan is outside the Ninth Street entrance to the Georgetown Public Library. It was awarded Honorable Mention in this year’s Sculpture Tour. The library’s address is 402 W. Eighth Street. 

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“Mystic Flight” by Dan Pogue is located at the corner of Seventh and Main streets on the downtown Square, just in front of the Council Chambers building.  It was awarded Honorable Mention in this year’s Sculpture Tour.

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“Blood Brother” by Peter Mangan is outside the Ninth Street entrance to the Georgetown Public Library. It was awarded Honorable Mention in this year’s Sculpture Tour. The library’s address is 402 W. Eighth Street.

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“Tanzanian Torpedo” by Sun McColgin is located at Seventh and Main streets. It was awarded Honorable Mention in this year’s Sculpture Tour.

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“Barn Martian” by Dave Speer is located at the corner of Eighth and Main streets on the downtown Square. It was awarded Honorable Mention in this year’s Sculpture Tour.

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“Dan Moody” by Georgetown artist Lucas Adams is located on southeast side of the historic Williamson County Courthouse near the intersection of Eighth and Main streets on the downtown Square.

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“Jumping Around” by Joe Magnano is on the rear wall of 711 S. Main Street, the oldest building on the Square. 

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“The Square” by Anna Sebesta is at 809 S. Main Street, facing the Grace Heritage Center. 

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The “Discover Georgetown All Over Again” mural is at the corner of Main and Seventh streets.

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“Robert Williamson” by Lucas Adams faces the Williamson Museum on Austin Avenue on the downtown Square. 

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“Got It!” by Rod Garrett is on the second floor of the Georgetown Public Library at 402 W. Eighth Street.

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“Horatio II” by Marla Ripperda is located in Rivery Park.

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Judith Shriner’s image A Quarter of Four covers the utility box at Seventh Street and Austin Avenue on the downtown Square.

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Davin Hoyt’s image Thru covers the utility box at Eighth Street and Austin Avenue on the downtown Square.

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“Madonna and Child” by Charles Umlauf is located outside the Lois Perkins Chapel on the campus of Southwestern University.

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“Waterin’ the Work Mules” by Bob Coffee is on the northeast corner of Main and Seventh streets on the downtown Square.

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“Henry C. Matysek” by H. Clay Dahlberg is on the lawn of the Williamson County Courthouse in the center of the Square.

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“Harry L. Gold” by Lucas Adams is a bronze bust at the northwest corner of Main and Seventh streets on the downtown Square.

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“Danielle’s Dream” by Dan Pogue is outside the Ninth Street entrance to the Georgetown Public Library, which is at 402 W. Eighth Street.

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