Support the Arts

We co-host art events and galleries in Round Rock. Your contributions and volunteering at our events and The Downtowner Gallery, and serving on the Board of Directors or its committees, make our services possible.


December/January Events
  • (re)Imagine call posted, January 5 deadline
  • Train Exhibit during gallery hours through January 4
  • Visit Workshops and Calls for Art weekly.
Celebrate & Participate in the Arts

We host galleries in The Downtowner Art Gallery, Texas State University-Round Rock, and Jester Justice Center. We assist with lining up artists for the Popups and Art Walk. We offer workshops. Look through the website for more information.


On to December and January!



  • (re)Imagine (December 1)

PRETE PLAZA POPUPĀ  ART SHOWS, 10:00-3:00- Last popup is December 14

The lovely model trains provided by the volunteers of Tinplate Trackers of Austin Texas (TTAT) are back with two more sceneries added. The dasy and hours the trains are runningĀ  are the same as the gallery’s hours, located at the bottom of this page (and every page).

Due to the size of the exhibit, we have had to place some restrictions: 50 person limit at one time, no strollers, food and drink may not be brought in, limitations on the amount of time spent in the space. We appreciate your help in providing as much access to the space as possible. The exhibit closes Saturday, January 4.

Sponsored by the City of Round Rock, Department of Arts and Culture.

We have included the works of five local artists who designed the images on the wall. Each artist has her own “store.” Take a look at representations of their work:

Lisa Zinna Art,
Amanda Zappler, Arte Para la Vida,
Rachel Hurst,
Shelby Elizabeth,
Kristy Stryker (flow art)

All art work is priced $25-$150 and there is a selection for all age groups and tastes represented by these five artists. We take credit cards, checks, and cash.

Sponsored by Round Rock Arts.


Workshops at Round Rock Arts

Arts Workshops

We are accepting applications for Workshops to be held during the second quarter of 2020. They are due by January 15. We have found that posting workshops at least three months out provides the greater chance of attendees signing up.

About workshops:
Classes are held at The Downtowner. Depending on the type of class offered, sizes of 5 to 10 can be accommodated while providing a table for the instructor as well. There is a 25% commission on tuition (not supply fees). The artist sets the rate; however, most are running at $40-$50 for a 3 hour block, plus supplies. We prefer a minimum of three students and are looking for a wide variety of artists and techniques. Artists are responsible for set up and clean up outside of the 3 hour block.

Visit the workshops page and scroll to the bottom of the page for an application form.


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