The Arts come alive in Round Rock on Saturday, March 4, 2017 at Imagine: A Night of Art and Performance.
The Round Rock Area Arts Council is hosting the 9th Annual Imagine event – an Night of Art & Music on Saturday, March 4, 2017. Located at the Texas State University Round Rock Campus in the beautiful Avery Building, the event is held from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm.
Imagine: A Night of Art and Performance, is a gala celebration of the area’s creative community. Three floors of the university campus will showcase the immense arsenal of creative talent in the Round Rock, Williamson County and Greater Austin area. Area talent in the culinary and performing arts will also be featured.
A $250 donation to the Round Rock Area Arts Council (Round Rock Arts) provides tickets for two to an elegant event that includes advanced entry to arts exhibit, plus an all evening pass to the VIP Lounge (private wine tasting, hors d’oeuvres, artisan beers, desserts, gift bag and more) and complimentary valet parking.
A $15 donation will receive gala entry a complimentary beverage, light creative desserts, and cash bar.
Purchase your Imagine VIP or General Admission Tickets in Advance:
You can purchase advance tickets at ArtSpace, 231 E. Main St, downtown Round Rock or online: Round Rock Arts Website
All guests are invited to cast their vote for the evening’s Best in Show award.
As an additional feature of the evening’s fundraising, there will be a silent auction of original artworks and other items generously donated by area artists, individuals and businesses. All guests are invited place a bid on items.
This is a juried exhibit and cash prizes will be awarded. Last year over $5,000 was given to artists in three categories.
In 2008, the Round Rock Arts organization chose the signature annual event name “Imagine” to symbolize how Round Rock could evolve into an arts and cultural center. During the past four years, an arts plan for the city has been developed with the goal of more access to visual and performing art venues in the area. Over the next three to five years, the city of Round Rock, together with Round Rock Arts and other city and community groups will help implement the plan. Imagine Round Rock as a thriving center of arts and culture. It can be done if we all work for it. Imagine is just the first step.