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Artists, Organizations & Education

Click on the tabs below to see directories of local artists and galleries, arts & culture organizations, arts education opportunities, and more.

Artists DirectoriesLocal Arts OrganizationsArts EducationOther Opportunities

The fine artists and commercial artists listed below are part of Georgetown’s arts community, and all have exhibited or sold examples of their work. For more information, click on the individual entries.

Fine Artists

Commerical Artists

Below are some of the art, music, theater, and heritage organizations that are active in Georgetown through performances, meetings, exhibits, and more. Joining or volunteering with organizations gives Georgetown and area residents a route to creative development and peer collaboration.


Central Texas Pastel Society

Georgetown Art Works

Sarofim School of Fine Arts at Southwestern University

Texas Society of Sculptors

Watercolorists of Wilco

Waterloo Watercolor Group

Williamson County Art Guild


Austin Civic Orchestra

Georgetown Symphony Society

San Gabriel Chorale

Sarofim School of Fine Arts at Southwestern University

Williamson County Symphony Orchestra

Theater and Dance

Georgetown Ballet

Georgetown Palace Theatre Board

Sarofim School of Fine Arts at Southwestern University

Heritage: History & Architecture 

Preservation Georgetown (was Georgetown Heritage Society)

Williamson Museum Board


GTX Film

The Georgetown Art Hop is held annually in October. Art exhibits are at the Georgetown Art Center and Georgetown Public Library.

The Georgetown Festival of the Arts is held annually in late May/early June. Events are in various theaters, at Southwestern University, and in San Gabriel Park.

The Red Poppy Festival is held annually in April. This annual festival on the downtown Square includes live music and an art contest each year.

The Texas Society of Sculptors Show is held annually July-September. It is hosted by the Georgetown Public Library.

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