The Sixth Annual Imagine event is February 28, 2014
Texas State University Round Rock Campus

Congratulations to this year’s award winners!


Featuring artists & arts organizations from the Round Rock area. 

A $250 minimum donation provides entry to the VIP Lounge plus several benefits throughout the year.

Event Agenda  

VIP Lounge Opens at 6:30 pm
Public Event Opens at 7:00 pm

6:45–7:15 p.m.
Williamson County Symphony Orchestra Quartet
2nd Floor, entry
Morgan Elliot 1st violin, John Pierce 2nd violin, Dorris Smith Jr Viola, Carolyn Maus cello, and Rae Frenette Contrabass

The WCSO, in its twelfth season, is a permanent, symphony-size orchestra playing
nine FREE “Boston Pops styled” concerts annual to large audiences around the county.

 7:00 p.m.
Sam Bass Community Theatre
Teaching Theatre, Room 252

SBCT, run completely by volunteers, has been offering quality live theater to the area for more than 30 years.

 7:20–8:00 p.m.
Third Floor

 7:30 p.m.
Penfold Theatre Company
Teaching Theatre, Room 252

A cutting of Ordinary Days.
Haley Smith, Matt Roddenberry, Sarah Marie Curry and Joe Hartman
Dustin Struhall on  piano

Penfold Theatre Company is a nonprofit organization sounded four years ago dedicated to
opening and operating a professional theatre in the north Austin metro area.

 8:00 p.m.
Stairwell, 3rd and 4th Levels
Master of Ceremonies, Hollis Bone
Presentation of Round Rock Arts Imagine Exhibit
Painting, Photography, 3-D Art

BEST OF SHOW:  The William Henry Buckler Award

William Henry “Bill” Buckler was born in Louisville February 11, 1944. He attended Butler High School until his family moved to Meade County, where he graduated from Flaherty High School in 1962. He graduated from Eastern Kentucky University with a BA in fine arts and a teaching certificate in high school art. After graduation, he took a position with IBM in Louisville. He was transferred to Austin and retired from IBM in Texas after 30 years with the company. He also mastered all art mediums, was a woodworker and a master carver. His woodcarvings have won many awards including “Best of Show” in juried shows throughout Texas. He was an active member of the Round Rock Sertoma Club and Central Texas Woodcarvers Association.

8:20–9:00 p.m.
One Resistance
Third Floor

8:30 p.m.
“Painted Horse” sponsored by Texas Chautauqua Association
Teaching Theatre, Room 252

IKEA VIP AREA 2nd Floor, Room 256 (Open to VIPS)
6:30–7:25 p.m.
Texas State University Strings

7:30–8:05 p.m.
Round Rock Symphony Orchestra Trio

The RRSO is a nonprofit professional symphony dedicated to the musical enrichment of  the City of Round Rock


 Silent Auction – 4th Floor

People’s Choice and door prize – All floors
Look for specially marked baskets to drop in your vote for your favorite painting, photograph and 3D art.  People’s choice voting ends at 8:15 p.m.
Fill out an information card and drop in marked baskets for drawing for the gift basket. Winner announced at 8:30 p.m.

 Limited Edition [imagine] Poster Series – Welcome Table
Signed 2014 poster available with $20 donation – All six annual posters available with $50 donation

 Meet the Artists – All floors
Much of the art on display is for sale. Exhibit artists are wearing special name tags and look forward to visiting with you. Please introduce yourself.

 Desserts, wine, beer and water – 3rd and 4th floors

  Art Institute of Austin, Baked ‘n’ Sconed, Bellissimo Bakery, Bowties 2 BlueJeans, Das Cafe, Letsbakery, Lil’ Mama’s Delicious Desserts N’More,
La Patisserie- Pflugerville
Glazer’s, Wright Distributing