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Virtual SculptFest Week
April 22, 2020 - April 26, 2020FREE
Hosted by the Texas Society of Sculptors, Deep in the Heart Foundry and the City of Round Rock Arts and Culture, the 28th Annual SculptFest would had featured over 70 artists from across the United States. This free festival would of included: Sculpture demonstrations of stone carving, live bronze pouring; children’s art-in-action area; food trucks, and live music.
ABOUT THE HOSTS
The Texas Society of Sculptors is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization formed in 1971 for the purposes of educating the public about sculpture and appreciation of this art form, promoting the work of sculptors, and serving as a liaison between sculptors. Although based in the Austin Texas area, membership is open to all sculptors and sculpture lovers anywhere. TSOS is dedicated to the promotion of sculpting through exhibits, festivals, outreach and education. To learn more about TSOS, visit: www.tsos.org
Deep in the Heart Art Foundry, nestled in the Lost Pines of Central Texas, was established in 1980 and has grown into one of the largest fine art foundries in the United States. Encompassing more than 22,000 square feet of production space, the foundry offers a full range of artistic services, from conception to installation and everything in between. To learn more about the Foundry, visit: www.deepintheheart.net
Round Rock Arts and Culture is at department of the City of Round Rock. The mission of the arts and culture 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 also provide resources, education, and artistic initiatives to support and serve individual artists and arts organizations in our community. It also presents such events as Music on Main, SculptFest, Round Rock Chalk Walk Arts Festival, Beaujolais Nights, and other events throughout the year. www.roundrocktexas.gov/residents/arts-cultures
Contact: Scot Wilkinson, Director for Arts and Culture, City of Round Rock