Join us in celebrating the Texas Society of Sculptor’s 26th SculptFest! This major invitational show will include approximately 60 sculptors hailing from across Texas and throughout the U.S. The show will feature a huge selection of miniature to monumental size sculptures as well as sculpture demonstrations including stone carving, 3D printing of sculptures, and bronze pouring.
The Art and Culture Director for the City of Round Rock will provide professional management, city resources and advertising for SculptFest.
Allan Houser Exhibition of many large sculptures will open on April 27th on the spacious Centennial Plaza, Round Rock (within walking distance the location of SculptFest). Allan Houser, an American Master (Chiricahua Apache, 1914 – 1994), is possibly the most significant Native American sculptor on the 20th Century.
Admission is FREE for visitors to this outdoor event on Main Street and Prete Plaza in Historic Round Rock, and Centennial Plaza. Being held in the Austin Area, there will of course be live music!
26th SculptFest – 221 East Main Street, Round Rock (In front of City Hall)
Allan Houser Exhibit – 301 West Bagdad, Round Rock (Centennial Plaza)
Schedule of 26th SculptFest April 27 – 29:
April 27 – Friday: 5:00pm – 9:00pm
April 28 – Saturday: 11:00am – 9:00pm
April 29 – Sunday: 11:00am – 4:00pm
The Texas Society of Sculptors is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization formed in 1971 for the purposes of educating the public about sculpture and appreciation of this art form, promoting the work of sculptors, and serving as a liaison between sculptors. Although based in the Austin Texas area, membership is open to all sculptors and sculpture lovers anywhere. TSOS is dedicated to the promotion of sculpting through exhibits, festivals, outreach and education.
To learn more about TSOS, visit: www.tsos.org
25th SculptFest Participant in 2017