Arts and Culture


Thank you for supporting the arts and culture in our city by learning about our events, programs, and resources; attending events and exhibits; and sharing your own creative expression within our community. 

Homegrown: New Plays by Local Playwrights

Round Rock Public Library 200 E. Liberty Ave, Round Rock, TX, TX, United States

Homegrown: New Plays by Local Playwrights A play reading in Penfold Theatre's series “Homegrown: New Plays by Local Playwrights” Pull back the curtain for an intimate view of the playmaking […]

Homegrown: New Plays by Local Playwrights
August 3 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Penfold Theatre Grand Opening Gala
September 28 @ 6:45 pm - 9:45 pm
Wilco Symphony presents “Great Southwest”
October 12 @ 7:30 pm - 8:50 pm
Round Rock Diwali Festival
October 26 @ 2:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Office of Arts and Culture

The Arts and Culture Director is responsible for implementing the City of Round Rock’s Arts and Culture Master Plan. The office supports the economic development of the community by adding value through the arts to downtown Round Rock and other areas. Arts and culture are important to the quality of life, strong communities and creating a fun, interesting place to live for our residents.

The mission of the Arts and Culture Department is to enrich the quality of life, support and foster the enjoyment, understanding, and development of the arts through diverse and engaging experiences. They contribute to the economy and tourism in the community.  The Arts and Culture Department also provides resources, education and artistic initiatives to support and serve individual artists and arts organizations in our community.

Round Rock features an abundance of registered historical buildings, a rich history celebrating our Texas roots, our award-winning educational institution, promoting many of Round Rock’s arts and cultural non-profit agencies, a vibrant Downtown historic area, businesses, restaurants, galleries and live performances featuring theatre, artist studios, museum, arts center, an arts integration academy, and public art sculptures that make for a successful and fun place to see morning, noon and night.

Scot S. Wilkinson, Director of Arts and Culture

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