The Beautiful and the Meaningful. Whatever you are looking for we got some. Georgetown has been home to the Design trade for decade, even before the Design Center opened in the 70’s. Tile, Carpets, Lighting, Antiques, Repros, if you’re looking for it chances you already know to come down here. Come down, grab a coffee and check out what’s new.

Since the late 90’s – at least in my memory – artists have been coming to Georgetown and doing what artists do best: find niche spaces and make meaning. From polished galleries and exhibition spaces to raw and vibrant complexes like Equinox Studios, you can find art in all stages of its flourishing. Come down, grab a coffee and check out what’s new.
Georgetown also has its monthly Art Attack, which is a chance for spaces and venues to open their doors to the general public in a welcoming, no-pressure-check-it-out way.

Art Attack is like some crazy peacock you dreamed up one night falling into Slumberland. Featuring an amazing array of contemporary fine art and performances from hyperlocal to international artists it’s never the same thing twice. Set in this historic industrial arts district, drawing energy from the beauty of the “once-and-future”, it remains one of the last vestiges of pure art in its natural habitat, where all mediums shine and art still matters.

Be sure to catch a ride on the free Art Van – which cycles people to various stars in the constellation “Muse” – destinations such as Equinox Studio, studio e, Georgetown Arts and Cultural Center and several random street corners. Remember to tip your driver.

Art Attack is typically held the second Saturday of each month from 6-9pm, currently suspended.

[Many galleries/studios are now offering individual appointments for viewing their exhibitions, while other art spaces plan to be open to the public with limited capacity and regulations in place (masks and social distancing required). Please check individual art spaces for details]


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