Georgetown Arts & Cultural Center


A former dance studio, this community-friendly arts center hosts rotating exhibitions as well as studio space, classes and workshops. It’s best visited during Georgetown’s monthly 'Art Attack' when it hosts art shows, often with an artist in residence.

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