Downtowner Gallery is an art gallery and vibrant public venue that values, promotes, and supports artistic expression.
Envisioned as a gathering place for creativity and the arts in its many forms, we welcome everyone to wander through our doors to kindle their sense of wonder. We host art exhibitions, educational opportunities, and events, setting the scene for meaningful interactions among artists, students, and community audiences.
NEW EXHIBITS IN THE DOWNTOWNER GALLERY:
On view March 2-April 23
Let’s Talk: Advocacy in Art + Artists as Activists
The new Downtowner Gallery exhibit “Let’s Talk,” curated by Round Rock Arts, reveals local artists’ answers to two simple-but-complex questions: What do you care about? What causes are important to you?
This thought-provoking group art exhibition is not only comprised of a diverse selection of topics and viewpoints but also a variety of techniques and media too. An artistic mobile suspended from the ceiling conveys a poem about the power of words, both positively and negatively. An installation piece composed of see-through bricks containing collages speaks to the separation of children from their parents at the border. A portrait of Breonna Taylor beckons the viewer to look into her eyes and say her name.
Your purchase of artwork in the Downtowner Gallery supports artist-owned businesses. We thank you for your supporting the arts in our community!
Alan Ehrlich - protect life
Ann Fleming - Together, We Are Not Alone
Carmilla Malgren - in sync
Carol Acurso - fly away
Carol Acurso - peace cranes at the enola gay hanger
Chad Rea - now is good
Charlie Favret - doing what it takes to climb up the ladder
Diane Fraser - carnivale requiem
Eric Cario -lock in the love
Harvey Marginal - Mixed Episode, Rapid Cycling
Heather Michel Riddle - lost children
Jennifer.Polnaszek- feed my children
Jo Snyder - eminent domain
Karen Jacobi - hope for the future
Karen Jacobi - overkill
Laura Sturtz - I Emerge in Support of all that My Flag Stands For
Laura Sturtz - the scream revisited
Lauryl Eddlemon - wallflower
Leslie Kell - in a strange game
Lucy Macqueen - beaneath the surface
Marcus Clarke - paris article III
Monica Puryear - sisters
Mozelle Marks - hope
Mozelle Marks - we the people
Patti Mitchell - i am losing my habitat
Patti Mitchell - our population is decreasing
Rhea Petit - earthlings
Sharon_Shelton - wall of moms
Sharon_Shelton- say his name
Tali Kanevski -anti-semitism
Vera Smiley - bride from overseas
Vera Smiley - transofrmation
231 E. Main St., Suite 160
Round Rock, Texas 78664
Tuesday – Friday: 12 noon – 5 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday and Monday: Closed
Arts and Culture Associate
512-218-7095 Downtowner Gallery
Round Rock Arts
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City of Round Rock Arts and Culture
Scot Wilkinson, Director of Arts and Culture