21oct4:00 pm8:00 pmGeorgetown Autumn Art Stroll
Mark your calendars for the inaugural Georgetown Autumn Art Stroll. The Stroll will take place in Downtown Georgetown on Thursday, October 21 from 4-8pm and is an opportunity for patrons
Mark your calendars for the inaugural Georgetown Autumn Art Stroll. The Stroll will take place in Downtown Georgetown on Thursday, October 21 from 4-8pm and is an opportunity for patrons to view art and purchase art from artists in Grace Plaza and the Splash Pad at the Art Center, as well as at local arts businesses and arts and culture organizations. The City of Georgetown Arts and Culture Program will provide an opportunity to engage and participate in the creation of a mosaic mural led by muralist and Texas Commission on the Arts Texas Touring Artist J Muzacz. Local arts businesses and arts and culture organizations will also offer unique opportunities to engage with their arts and culture programming. Live acoustic music at Grace Plaza will be provided by Jack Flatau. Subsequent art strolls are scheduled for Third Thursdays in April, July, and October of 2022!
In addition, patrons will have the opportunity to engage with and view conceptual renderings of the upcoming Arts District Capital Improvement Project between Founders Park and Grace Plaza that received Cultural District grant funding from the Texas Commission on the Arts, as well as provide feedback and input on the plans!! Click here to see the plan: District Plan
Grace Plaza is adjacent to Grace Heritage Center and across the street from the Georgetown Art Center. There are many restaurants in the immediate vicinity – such as Kork Wine Bar, Sweet Lemon, District 6, Thundercloud Subs, and Lampost Coffee – as well as many other options around the Square. Pick up a glass of wine or other beverage at any of these restaurant locations to take along with you as you engage in artistic offerings during the evening art stroll.
Event maps will be provided at the Check In area in Grace Plaza, or click here for the online map: Online Map
Artisan’s Connect Gallery – Join the celebration of the gallery’s 10th anniversary. In the gallery see new pieces from your favorite artists and several new artists’ work. In the Art Atrium (one-night only), get a glimpse of large-format pieces – exclusively from Artisans Connect Gallery.
Full Circle: 3rd Thursdays Speakers Series for Creatives at Grace Heritage Chapel – Join this Circle for Creatives from 5:30-7:30pm for the FULL CIRCLE guest speaker/creative/artist, Alexha Bonner, indoors at Grace Chapel as she demonstrates printmaking techniques.
Georgetown Art Center – Stop by and help create a mosaic mural with Texas Touring Artist J Muzacz, as well as view award winning artwork from the Art Hop exhibit in the Georgetown Art Center gallery. The studio artists at the GAC – Artists @ 816 – will have additional artist booths set up at the Georgetown Art Center Splash Pad .
Georgetown Palace Theatre – Enjoy some of your favorite musical numbers by featured performers from the Georgetown Palace Theatre’s 2021-22 Season Opener of Grease. Street side performances will be accompanied by photo opportunities with the performing artists.
Prima Dora – Check out the variety of artwork and artisan created products at Prima Dora while mingling with the artists as they discuss their work on the night of the stroll.
Participating Artists Exhibiting in Grace Plaza
Arkay Artwork by Rachel Hancock
Java Lisa Art by Lisa Hoekstra
Virginia Headley Maserang Fine Art
Pictured left: Grace Plaza space featuring Moment of Reflection by Dan Pogue from the Annual Georgetown Sculpture Tour.
Artists exhibiting their work in Grace Plaza are part of a juried selection process sponsored by the Georgetown Arts and Culture Program. The next Call for Art will be open February 1, 2022. Please click here for guidelines: Full Submission Guidelines – Artist Booths for Art Strolls
Funding provided for Texas Touring Artist J Muzacz by the Texas Commission on the Arts.
(Thursday) 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Downtown Georgetown Cultural District
Georgetown Arts and Culture Board