The City of Round Rock Arts and Culture offers financial assistance for the costs associated with a full season of projects, performances, or events within a twelve-month period as well as costs associated with a single project.
Funding from the City of Round Rock Arts and Culture is available for the encouragement, promotion, improvement and application of the arts, including music (instrumental and vocal), dance, drama, folk art, creative writing, architecture, design and allied fields, painting, sculpture, photography, graphic and craft arts, motion pictures, television, radio, tape and sound recording, and the arts related to the presentation, performance, execution and exhibition of these major art forms; and historical preservation and restoration.
The City of Round Rock Arts and Culture will also on occasion provide start up support for newly formed organizations and artists. Applications are available in August – September of each year. Contact the Arts and Culture Director for more information.
The Round Rock Sculpture Art Stroll is a vision of the Round Rock Arts and part of the Arts Master Plan. The goals are to provide visual interest on the Round Rock downtown area; increase the number and variety of outdoor public art installations by local and regional artists; stimulate creative thought and reflective conversation among residents and visitors. Sculptors are invited to submit images of their work for review. Jurying is based on the originality of the piece, its safety, durability, and suitability for an outdoor public exhibit. For more information call Scot Wilkinson, Director of Arts and Culture at firstname.lastname@example.org