FREE; Wed-Fri: 12-5PM, Sat: 10AM-5PM

Georgetown Texas Photography Festival 2022

We are excited to announce the Georgetown Texas Photography Festival will be back on March 19, 2022!

David Valdez and The Williamson Museum will host the third annual “Georgetown Texas Photography Festival” March 19, 2022 on the Square in beautiful Georgetown, Texas. The event and photowalks are free and open to the public. Classes require a registration fee and must be purchased ahead of time.

Come see some great photography, have a chance to talk to the invited photographers and take some photos. For a full schedule of events and updates check the Festival Website, Instagram, or Facebook.

Click HERE for the full list of featured photographers.



Come join us on our Photowalks!

We will have on-the-go instructors to take your photography to the next level. Network, explore, and learn new techniques for free. This is a chance to explore The Georgetown Square and see it through a different “lens”. The Photowalks are for all skill levels and you can bring any camera from a DSLR to a phone.

Photowalk Photographers

Rudy Ximenez


Todd White


David Valdez


Space is limited to 20 participants per instructor. Walks are first come first serve. Check in is at The Williamson Museum at 716 S Austin Ave, Georgetown, TX to begin your tour.

The Photography Festival will also feature three classes by professional photographers. To attend a class, please click the link below the desired photographer. Classes will run about an hour long and cost $35. Advanced registration is required

Todd White
“Lighting for Editorial Photography”
To purchase tickets to this class, please click HERE
Earl Nottingham
“The Art of Landscape Photograph”
To purchase tickets to this class, please click HERE
Harrison Funk
“Intro to Portrait Lighting”
1:30pm- 2:30pm
To purchase tickets to this class, please click HERE

Additionally, we will be hosting Linda Nickell’s “The Happiness Hour” to help connect photographers and speakers to engage, inspire, and create. These presentations are free and open to the public from 10am-4pm at the Georgetown Library, Hewlett Room 222.

Sponsored by:
Georgetown Arts and Culture Board
The Williamson Museum 2016