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Click here to read "The Sun" Newspaper article on Sunday May 2, 2021 about 'Art Attack
'Art Attack will be featured in a curated exhibition at the Healing Arts Gallery, this summer. Nearly 30 images will be on display at the facility, the largest gallery in Williamson County, located at St. Davids's Hospital Georgetown. The gallery is open hospital hours, accessible and welcomes visitors.
'Art Attack will be hanging about 15 photos at the Williamson County Museum located at 716 S Austin Avenue in Georgetown, TX during the month of October 2021. The hours of operation are Wednesdays - Fridays from 12 noon - 5 pm and Saturdays from 10 am - 5 pm. Members of our group were excited to meet with Nancy Hill the new Executive Director and Margaret Taylor the Museum Curator. We look forward to working with each of them. More details to follow.
'Art Attack maintains a rotating gallery as the exclusive exhibit at Mulligans Sports Restaurant, 150 Dove Hollow Trail, in Georgetown. Each curated exhibit runs for about five weeks with themes focused around Georgetown, Sun City and the Hill Country. Each time the exhibit will feature a different group of photographers.
Other places to find our members’ work
The Art Attack photographers are active exhibitors in and beyond the hill country of Texas. Additionally, Art Attack works can be seen as part of Texas Photographers’ Society (TSA) shown throughout the state. For the most current showings of our work, contact us.
If you’re out and about you’re likely to find ongoing examples of our work in galleries and commercial settings in Georgetown and the Williamson County area. Galleries, exhibits and themed shows come and go but with active photographers like Art Attack, we’re usually represented often as members of arts organizations and photo groups.
The Framers Gallery in Georgetown is a good place to start. 610 S Main St, Georgetown.
The largest gallery in the area, the Healing Arts Gallery at St. David’s Hospital in Georgetown shows juried exhibits. Besides displays of Art Attack photographers as members of other art organizations, the group will have its own exhibit in 2021. ‘AA photographers are also on display in other areas of the hospital – the impressive Colonnade, the Impressions Gallery and on permanent display on 2nd, 3rd, and 4th floors. The gallery is open hospital hours, accessible and welcomes visitors.
The Downtowner Gallery, 231 E Main St, Ste 160, Round Rock often has examples of Art Attack photographers on display.
You’ll usually find a photograph or two from an Art Attack photographer at the The 620 Gallery in Round Rock, 1205 Round Rock Ave, Ste 127 Round Rock, TX 78681
A trip to the 120ART Gallery in Taylor takes you through some great scenery. There you’ll find a strong art community and many good photographers including Art Attack members on display. Visit it at 120 Second Street, Taylor Texas.
Another must see is the Williamson County Courthouse Jester Annex with rotating exhibits that often include examples of Art Attack photographers. It’s at 1801 East Old Settlers Blvd in
The Stubblefield – Fowler Visitor’s Center in Liberty Hill exhibits hill country artists including some Art Attack photographers. Stop in at 1000 TX-332 Loop in Liberty Hill.
In more casual settings, our work is the exclusive exhibit at Mulligans Sports Restaurant, 150 Dove Hollow Trail, Georgetown.
Our work shares the walls with other fine artists in exhibits at these locations:
The Williamson Museum on Georgetown's Courthouse Square
Lamppost Coffee Shops in Round Rock and Georgetown
Georgetown Public Library
Georgetown Art Center (Art Hop)
Round Rock Public Library
Veterans Administration Austin facilities
Information Technology Building hallways
AVA Fest (Austin’s Fall Festival)
Texas Tech University
Institute of Cultural Affairs Gallery
The Degallery in nearby Bryan, Texas
Sun City Texas
The Activities Center
The Cowan Creek Amenities Center
The Classrooms and Walking Track at Cowan Creek
The Old Bakery and Emporium Gallery (Austin)
Some of our members lecture, teach and judge for groups in the greater Austin area.