Georgetown Art Strolls

The Arts and Culture Program hosts two semi-annual Art Strolls in the fall and the spring where participants can engage in interactive arts experiences at arts and culture facilities and arts based businesses across the Downtown Georgetown Cultural District that include artist demonstrations, performances, live music, and art shopping opportunities.

Start your Stroll at any of the (3) check-in locations to pick up your Stroll badge. Then continue your Stroll across the Downtown Georgetown Cultural District to visit and shop at the participating arts and culture venues and view Georgetown’s popular collection of public art murals and sculptures. Enjoy complementary food and beverages exclusively for Art Stroll patrons with an Art Stroll badge, as well as discounted Art Stroll cocktails by Sweet Lemon and cold brew shots by Little Lemon at the Library!

Printed maps will be available at Art Stroll badge check-in locations and each venue. Or click here for the online map: Spring Art Stroll Map 2023

And be sure to plan your Stroll around the scheduled programming, too!

  • 5 p.m. at the Georgetown Public Library’s Hewlett Room – Artist talk with Yasaman Mehrsa, the artist behind the 175th Anniversary Mural, Still Making History
  • 5:30 p.m. at the Williamson Museum – Art student award ceremony and artist reception
  • 6 p.m. at the 175th Mural, Still Making History (Austin Ave & 9th St) – Mural dedication
  • NEW!! 6:30 p.m. at Grace Chapel – Artist Talk with Lucas Adams
  • 7 p.m. in the South Main Arts District Park – Artist reception for sculpture artist, Scott Shubin

Live musical performances include…

  • 4-7 p.m. – Mega’Tune at the Shotgun House
  • 4-7 p.m. – Eric Hanke at the Georgetown Art Center
  • 4-7 p.m. – Matt Cassidy in the South Main Arts District Park
  • 4-7 p.m. – Swing Shift in various locations downtown
  • 7:15-8 p.m. – Swing Shift in the South Main Arts District Park

Participating Venues & Programming – Stroll badge pick up at designated locations on the map


African American Shotgun House Museum STROLL BADGE LOCATION(801 West St) – Enjoy live music from Mega’Tune and BBQ from Hello Sweetie! The Shotgun House Museum will be open for tours, and be sure to check out the Preserving History mural by local artists Devon Clarkson and Norma Clark.

Georgetown Public Library & Little Lemon at the Library(402 W 8th St) With your Art Stroll badge, enjoy the exclusive dessert bites and cold brew shots by Little Lemon at the Library in the Library’s Poppy Plaza, along with live music by Swing Shift and live dance performances. View the art exhibits inside the Library, and then at 5 p.m., mural artist Yasaman Mehrsa will give an artist talk about the design and installation of the 175th Anniversary Mural, Still Making History.

Georgetown Palace Theatre’s “Palace Playhouse” Location – STROLL BADGE LOCATION (216 W 8th St) Attend the artist reception for the Williamson County Art Guild’s art exhibit while enjoying live performance inside the Playhouse by Palace Theatre artists! There will also be live music by Swing Shift and live dance performances in Tin Barn Alley, as well as mocktails from Southbound Sips for Art Stroll patrons with an Art Stroll badge.

Artisans Connect Gallery (800 S Austin Ave #105) – Visit Artisans Connect gallery to view and purchase artwork while mixing and mingling with the featured artists. Show your Art Stroll Badge and Receive 10% OFF a Single Item. Artworks showcased in the gallery are uniquely crafted by local and Central Texas artists.

Williamson Museum  – (716 S Austin Ave) – View the many historical and artistic exhibitions at the Williamson Museum and celebrate the 175th student artists at their featured artist reception. At 5:30 p.m. the student award winners will be announced.

Williamson County Tax Office/175th Anniversary Mural location – (Corner of Austin Ave & 9th St) – At 6 p.m. join the artist Yasaman Mehrsa and City and County representatives at the 175th Anniversary mural, Still Making History, for a special dedication ceremony to celebrate the work of public art.

Prima Dora(114 W 8th St) – Visit this premier Georgetown art gallery to view and purchase artwork from a treasure trove of local and Central Texas artists showcased in the gallery. Enjoy demonstrations from featured gallery artists as you continue to make your Stroll across the Downtown Cultural District.

Georgetown Art Center(816 S Main St) – View the featured exhibition, The Beauty of Botanical Beasts by Anna Lisa Leal, at the Georgetown Art Center during the Spring Art Stroll. Enjoy live music by Eric Hanke in the Art Center Splash Pad, and be sure to shop the gift shop for unique artisan gifts.

Grace Heritage Center STROLL BADGE LOCATION- (817 S Main St) – Grace Heritage Center is in the heart of the new South Main Arts District with the Georgetown Art Center just across Main Street and the South Main Arts District Park right behind the chapel. Shop the artist booths in Grace Plaza and explore Grace Chapel during guided tours by Preservation Georgetown, while listening to live music from Eric Hanke outside the Art Center. At 6:30pm, Preservation Georgetown will feature a special Artist Talk by Lucas Adams in Grace Chapel.

South Main Arts District Park & Sweet Lemon Kitchen(Behind Grace Chapel) – While shopping the artist booths in Grace Plaza, step over to the South Main Arts District Park to enjoy small bites and $4 Art Stroll cocktails by Sweet Lemon Kitchen and featured exclusively for Art Stroll patrons. Enjoy live music by Matt Cassidy until the sculpture artist reception. At 7 p.m. celebrate the new sculpture, Flow by Scott Shubin, at a special outdoor artist reception followed by live music from Swing Shift.

Artist Booths in Grace Plaza


Gareth Ellis/Blue Shed DesignClick here to view artwork

Gareth Ellis with Blue Shed Design is all about discovering creative ways to re-purpose old & worn materials and offer a collection of fun, clever and practically designed items. Blue Shed Design has been in business since 2016.






Markus Lindsey PhotographyClick here to view artwork

Art photography has always been a passion for Markus Lindsey. Wildlife, landscapes, and street photography have become a renewed passion as they bring back the roots of the old 35 mm film days. After being a long time Canon photographer, Fujifilm is now the camera system of choice. You can find Lindsey every weekend at a market or festival with prints and greeting cards for sale.






Orvilla Mcdaniel/Orvilla’s CreationsClick here to view artwork

Orvilla McDaniel is a Wire Wrap Jewelry Artist, and draws her inspiration from nature’s beauty, like curling vines and swirls in the ocean waves. Her intent is to frame God’s creations by hand weaving and wrapping different gauges and shapes of sterling silver and copper wire to frame semi-precious gemstones, pearls and shells. By combining these techniques she creates unique jewelry pieces to be cherished by others.





Betsy Murphy ArtClick here to view artwork

“I am a creative and have been since I was old enough to pick up a pencil or paint brush. Painting and drawing have been part of my life for as long as I can remember. My parents valued the arts and encouraged me to pursue a career in visual art.  I graduated with a BFA in Art Education from The University of Texas and a master’s degree in Art Education from Texas Tech University.  In addition to my own artistic practice, I taught art in Texas public schools for 30 years. More recently I worked as an Assistant Professor of Instruction and Field Supervisor at UT Austin.  In 2019 I was honored to receive the Texas Art Education Association’s award of Art Educator of the Year for Higher Education and in 2021 was named a TAEA Distinguished Fellow.” Betsy Murphy





Nick Ramos/GraphismoClick here to view artwork

Nick Ramos is an award-winning graphic artist who creates professional logos and print material by day, and turns his doodles into sought-after artwork in his free time.

Originally from Brazil, Nick moved to the United States when he was a child. He attended Boston’s Massachusetts College of Art. He left in 1991, by which time he was already the Art Director at the Delamarter Advertising Agency in Concord, MA. In 1992, he started freelancing as a graphic designer, which was the very beginning of Graphismo.





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