Current Galleries-Round Rock, Texas
Round Rock Arts manages the art hung in three galleries. There is no fee to view the art in these publicly funded spaces. Donations are warmly accepted at the Downtowner Gallery and during our competitive shows. We make no net income through our calls for art, and we do not take commissions on sales of art that are part of the gallery exhibits.
Please read the parking restrictions for Texas State University-Round Rock.
The Downtowner Art Gallery, 231 E. Main, Ste 160, Train Show and “Deck Your Wall with Gifts of Artwork” store sale
The Downtowner Art Gallery is transformed with the addition of a model train exhibit provided by Tinplate Trackers of Austin. In its 8th year, the event draws over 13,000 visitors per year. In addition, the sales gallery represents work created by five local artists, and are priced from $25 to $150. Artists include:
Lisa Zinna Art, http://lisazinna.com/
Amanda Zappler, Arte Para la Vida, https://www.arteparalavida.info/
Rachel Hurst, https://www.rachelhurstfineart.com/
Shelby Elizabeth, www.shelbyelizabethart.com
Kristy Stryker (flow art)
The event runs through January 4. See the hours posted at the bottom of each page on this website. Also closed Christmas and New Years Days.
The Downtowner Gallery can hold up to 30 smaller pieces on the hard surfaces. The gallery is open during business hours, located at the bottom of each webpage.
Texas State University-Round Rock Campus, Avery Building, 1555 University Blvd., September 27-December 6
The next exhibit will be hung around February 5. The gallery opening will be held February 28.
The galleries at TXST-RR can hold up to 120 average-sized pieces in the main galleries and up to 45 total in the three side galleries. The gallery is open during university hours.
Note that you should park in the paid parking lot. You may go to the Administration office on the 4th floor of the Avery Building and ask for a parking voucher or the 2nd (main) floor office in the vestibule at the front of Avery if the Administration office is closed.
Williamson County Jester Justice Center, 1801 E. Old Settlers Blvd., August 2-October 31.
Gallery presenting the works of members of the Round Rock Arts Gallery Committee.
November 1-January 7, Creative Arts Society show.
This gallery can support 30-50 pieces depending on the sizes of the works. Parking is free. The gallery is open 8-5, Friday-Saturday.