Georgetown Public Arts Program
Think of downtown Georgetown as an Easter egg hunt: Art abounds in the Historic Town Square, City Hall, Municipal Court, parks, Southwestern University campus, public library, and historic African American Shotgun House. The Arts & Culture Board borrows, purchases, and commissions murals, sculptures, paint- ings, and installations from local and Texas artists for public enrichment. Even newly installed historic district street signs were designed with the city’s architectural heritage in mind, created by hometown artist Nick Ramos. Georgetown’s 19th century architecture earned it the designation as “Most Beautiful Square in Texas,” and these diverse and inspiring works keep raising the bar.