Our mission: to foster a supportive environment for local artists to create, perform and be active in the local arts and cultural community.


The Georgetown Arts and Cultural Center (aka GACC) was founded in 2007 by Artist Angielena Vitale Chamberlain. The “Center” started it’s life as the Georgetown Art Center and quickly grew into a more all encompassing force in the Seattle scene. So the name was changed to welcome in a new era and open arms into the greater cultural environment. The “Center” has become a fertile ground for artists to create, teach and  become active agents within the Georgetown community.  Presently the Center houses 17 professional artists and hosts special events and gallery openings.

GACC is a registered non-profit organization. We accept donations to further our arts programs. To help sponsor one or more of our programs, please visit the donation site.

The Georgetown Arts and Cultural Center is an Associated Program of Shunpike Seattle, a 501 c3 organization.