We have a need for a few models to be in the creative lighting class taught by Rick Friedman Please let me know if you are interested in being a model in the lighting class March 21st in the historic Court House.This is about a 3 hour time frame. Thank you.
If you want to see the behind the scenes of the Georgetown Texas Photography Festival why not volunteer. Each volunteer will be assigned to stay with one of our featured photographers and or be with the photography instructors. We also need some help moving the photo racks into the businesses on the square who are hosting a featured photographer. The racks are light weight so even I can carry one. Let me know if you are willing to volunteer.
It is amazing all the planning it takes to produce an event. The Georgetown Texas Photography Festival is now in it's second year. We are growing this year by adding photography classes. To register for the classes visit: Williamson Museum I am very excited to have the classes as something new this year.
We wil also be doing portfolio reviews for the first time too. Hope anyone who wants to do this will join us Friday night the 20th of March in the historic court house at 7pm. There is a great line up of professional photographers available to review your portfolio. Don't forget to engage with the featured photographers Saturday March 21 from 10am-4pm during the festival.
I'm sure some of us will wind up at the Mesquite Creek Outfitters Saturday after the festival. See all y'all on the square.
We are pleased to announce that we have space available on the Square around the Historic Court House during the March 21,2020 Georgetown Texas Photograhy Festival. If your a photographer or a photo related business join us. Vendor Application attached here. Contact the Williamson Museum for details.
The 2nd Annual Georgetown Texas Photography Festival is quickly coming up March 21,2020. Can't wait to see all of the new featured photographers this year and for the first time we will be hosting some photography classes in the Historic Court House on the Square in Georgetown. Ticket information for the classes will be posted on the Williamson Museum web site http://williamsonmuseum.org
The plans are really coming together for the March 21,2020 Georgetown Texas Photography Festival. Several new businesses on the Square have agreed to participate hosting a featured photographer. Several folks have stepped up to teach photography classes and our photowalks will be scheduled through out the day. Can't wait to see everyone there. Stay tuned for more details. The photo was taken the day Christine Tomaszewski and I walked the Square inviting the local business to participate.
Well it looks like we will be having some photography classes this next year March 21,2020. The classes will be held in the Historic Court House on the Square in Georgetown,Texas. Registration will be through the web site of the Williamson Museum. www.williamsonmuseum.org There won't be any new information on the Georgetown Texas Photograhy Festival till early next year. We are also planning several scheduled photo walks during the day. Those will also be listed on the Williamson Museum web site.
The core group of the Georgetown Texas Photography Festival met at the Williamson Museum for the first 2020 planning meeting. Looks like next year will be even more fun. In attendance were L_R Danelle Houck, David Valdez, Christine Tomaszewski, Ann Evans and Weldon Sheldon.
The first annual Georgetown Texas Photography Festival was held March 16,2019. The Featured photographers included; Harrison Funk, Michael Jackson's photographer, Earl Nottingham, Chief Photographer for Texas Parks and Wildlife, Carol Hutchison, author of "Behind the Texas Badge", Todd White, Fashion Photographer, Rudy Ximenez, commercial photographer and Linda Nickel, Instagram photographer.
We were able to count over 700 in attendance with photographers from all over the state of Texas in attendance. I talked to photographers from Ft.Worth, Dallas, Houston, College Station, Longview, San Antonio, Austin and numerous other communities,
This year we hosted the featured photographers, held a photo walk and were supported by Precision Camera and Nikon USA. Next year we plan on adding photography classes to the mix and may show a documentary film about the Presidential Photographers.
Plans are already being made for the 2nd Annual Georgetown Texas Photograhy Festival hosted by David Valdez and The Williamson Museum. The Williamson Museum offers free and exciting hands-on educational programs to the public though innovative exhibits, tours and outreach such as the annual Georgetown Texas Photography Festival. The next photography festival will be held March 21,2020 on the square in beautiful Georgetown,Texas. This coming year will be bigger and better than last year. Right now we are planning on adding photography classes to the festival. With the growth on the square we may be able to feature more photographers than we did last year. Stay tuned here to see more information on the next Georgetown Texas Photography Festival. Follow us on Instagram at gtx_photofest and on our Facebook page
The Second Annual Georgetown Texas Photography Festival