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  • Why We Are Here. . .PROJECT SUMMARY:The City of Round Rock has hired H3 Hardy Collaboration Architecture and Webb ManagementServices to make recommendations as to how the City can better support and cultivate arts and culture in RoundRock.A flourishing artistic and cultural environment enhances the quality of life for residents, and has proven to be aneffective economic development tool for communities across the country. In some ways, Round Rock’s successand rapid growth has created a cultural gap that needs to be filled. Addressing this cultural need will help retain andattract residents as well as a competitive workforce, and ensure that Round Rock is a destination of choice withinthe region. With your input we believe the initiatives that evolve out of this study will promote civic pride,differentiate the city among its peers, and play an important role in sustainable economic developmentPROJECT SCHEDULE: November 2010 December 2010 January 2011 February 2011 March 2011 April 2011 May 2011 PROJECT PHASE Information Gathering and Research Vision and Alternatives Recommendations Stakeholder Interviews Public Input: Public Input: Select Final Recommendations EVENTS Project Kickoff Cultural Facility Inventory Community Community Coffee Prefered Alternatives and Public Presentation Market Scan Visioning Workshop STATUS COMPLETE COMPLETE IN PROGRESS UPCOMING UPCOMING UPCOMING ARTS AND CULTURE IN PUBLIC PLACES: STRATEGIC PLAN AND IMPLEMENTATION GUIDE
  • What Other Places Have Done. . .Macro Trends Case Study: Case Study: Bethesda, Maryland Berkshire Creative Media/ New Media film, video, animation, web design,!"#$%&()"*+,-.,)/- Economy Project sound studios, TV, radio0/-/123."+,-.,)/-4$3.)$1.3 Overview Commercial Arts !L233.9/%VS*$-23()"*M/39$%&."%4+ graphic design, advertising, printing!5$&(/%162782%3$#28/-/123/)2"% Overview !^32>."?2*2>$,*>2%3$.6)23$>2%.$/-A"(($12/%>)2./$- !0"8,-/).",)$3*>23.$%/.$"% Design.92$):/6",. >2#2-"8*2%. !;.)"%&.$23."92)$./&2/%>-/%>31/82 architecture, landscape architecture, interior design, home furnishing, gardens, product design!;*/--8"1<2.3"(#/)$",3/1.$#$.6 !P":/%,)?/%12%.2)"(!"%.&"*2)6+",%.6:$.9RR_ !L$*$.2>*">23"(.)/%38")./.$"% )23$>2%.3 Literary !42#2-"82>/)28,./.$"%/3/)2&$"%/-/).3>23.$%/.$"%+9/%&$%&+"%3,*2) The Project books, newspapers, periodicals, libraries "#2).92-/3.VS`62/)3 !="1,3$3"%/..)/1.$%&/%>>2#2-"8$%&8").$"%3"( Visual Arts and Crafts529/#$") Bethesda Urban Partnership .921)2/.$#2321.")#$/3*/--?,3$%233>2#2-"8*2%. 8)"&)/*3A8,?-$1/).$%$.$/.$#23A/..)/1.$%&1)2/.$#2 painting, sculpture, photography, crafts, galleries, art museums!=)"*8/33$#2."/1.$#28/).$1$8/.$"% !P"%8)"($.")&/%$D/.$"%23./?-$392>$%VZZ[ .219%"-"&6?,3$%23323/%>*")2 Performing Arts!=)"*)$&$>$.6."(-27$?$-$.6 !a/%>-23-/%>31/8$%&A*/$%.2%/%12A>":%.":% !42#2-"82>?6.9252)<39$)2Q1"%"*$1 dance, theatre, music */)<2.$%&A-/)&2F31/-22#2%.3/%>21"%"*$1 42#2-"8*2%.+")8")/.$"% >2#2-"8*2%.$%$.$/.$#23 Heritage and Conservation+9/%&$%&+,-.,)/-+-$*/.2 !Q3./?-$392>.9252.923>/N).3/%>Q%.2)./$%*2%.4$3.)$1. !="1,3"%%"%8)"($.$%3.$.,.$"%3A$%>$#$>,/-/).$3.3A /%>1"**2)1$/-?,3$%23323 museums, historic sites, restoration, preservation!5",%>/)$239/#2?-,))2>@:2/)2$%.92 $%XSSX !0)"&)/*3&)":/%>3.)2%&.92%1)2/.$#2$%>,3.)$23A Support System1)2/.$#2321.")A%".B,3..92/).3 !=,%>2>?6)2#2%,2()"*52.923>/0/)<$%&L".4$3.)$1. :2/#$%&.92*:$.9".92)&2"&)/89$23/%> Business services, Education Government, Networks (223/%>.921"**2)1$/-^)?/%4$3.)$1.8)"82).6./7 $%>,3.)$23!42*/%>(")*")23.$*,-/.$"% !0)$#/.238"%3")3/-3"3,88").-/)&231/-22#2%.3 !N?)"/>2)1)2/.$#23.)/.2&6.9/.-""<3?26"%> (/1$-$.$23."1,-.,)/->2#2-"8*2%.+9/%&$%&0/..2)%3"( Arts & Entertainment District !/%,(/1.,)$%& !;./.2>23$&%/.$"%K./7$%12%.$#23?2%2($.3/).$3.3A/).3 423$&%Y"">30/).$1$8/.$"% +"**2)1$/-N).3 C219%"-"&6 !2>$/fP2:!2>$/ 2%.2)8)$323/%>>2#2-"82)3:$.9$%.92>$3.)$1. Creative Economy is Combating CREATIVE CLUSTER!C92)$32"(82)3"%/-1)2/.$#2278)233$"% !N).$3.3:9"-$#2$%!"%.&"*2)6+",%.6/%>:")<$%.92 Strains a2)$./&2 c$3,/-N).3f+)/(.3 4$3.)$1.1/%)212$#212)./$%$%1"*2./7?)2/<3 !0)233,)23"(-/%>>2#2-"8*2%.!!")2>2*/%>(")/1.$#22%&/&2*2%. !42#2-"82)3:9")2%"#/.2")1"%3.),1.38/123(")/).3b L$(23.6-2O M2--%233fa"*2 !E33,23"(/((")>/?-2/%>*/)<2.)/.29",3$%& a"38$./-$.6KC",)$3* KY/)>2%"88").,%$.$23 ,321/%?2272*8.()"*8/6$%&12)./$%8)"82).6./723(") !4$38/)/.227.)2*23"(:2/-.9"(321"%>!!")21,3."*$D2>2782)$2%123 ,8."VS62/)3 9"*2":%2)3/%>),)/-)23$>2%.3 !N).32%.2)8)$323.9/.19/)&2.92N>*$33$"%3/%> !L/1<"(>$#2)3$.6!E%.2)8)2./.$"%F)$192782)$2%123 N*,32*2%../7/)227821.()"*.9$3./7 !!$&)/.$"%"(6",.9/%>-"33"(8"8,-/.$"% Average Arts=,%>$%&;.)/.2&$23 Results !E*8-2*2%.2>?62$&9.+)2/.$#2Q1"%"*6+",%1$- :")<$%&&)",83A/8/).%2)39$8?2.:22%8,?-$1/%> Organization!52>C/7GH",%>H"1</%>".92)3I !C924$3.)$1.$3($--2>:$.9/).$3.3A/).3#2%,23A&/--2)$23/%> 8)$#/.2321.")3 Funding!H2/-23./.2>2#2-"8*2%.G+-2#2-/%> 8,?-$1/). G;",)12OP/.$"%/-Q%>":*2%.(").92N).3I !c2%,23$%1-,>2&/--2)$23A/).2>,1/.$"%38/123A1$%2*/A Industry Economic Impact !Q/)%2>$%1"*2ORST0-/69",32;J,/)2=",%>/.$"%I >/%123.,>$"3A.92/.2)3/%>*,3$13.")23 !C"./-%,*?2)"(1)2/.$#2B"?3&)2:WST()"*VZZU!0,?-$1(,%>$%&*219/%$3*3G42%#2) !H2./$-A1"**,%$.632)#$123A)23./,)/%./%>1"**2)1$/- !+")8")/.$"%3OUT ."XSS[;1$2%.$($1K+,-.,)/-=/1$-$.$234$3.)$1.I /1.$#$.61"*8-2*2%..92/)2/ !AVSSB"?3&2%2)/.2>?6.921)2/.$#221"%"*6 !=",%>/.$"%3OVWT !Q#2%.3$%1-,>252.923>/L$.2)/)6=23.$#/-Ad,.>"") 321.") !E%>$#$>,/-3OXVT!L"..2)$23G!/33/19,32..3+,-.,)/- !"#$23AE*/&$%/.$"%52.923>/A;,**2)+"%12).;2)$23A !=)"*XSSR."XSSZA1/8$./-8)"B21.3."./-2>*")2 !L"1/-Y"#2)%*2%.ORT+",%1$-I C/3.2"(52.923>/AM$%.2)M"%>2)-/%>AN).M/-<AN).$3. .9/%]VS*$--$"% !;./.2Y"#2)%*2%.OXT!0,?-$10/)<$%&GM/-."%N).3+2%.2)I !/)<2.A52.923>/=$%2N).3=23.$#/-eeeeee !=2>2)/-Y"#2)%*2%.XT ARTS AND CULTURE IN PUBLIC PLACES: STRATEGIC PLAN AND IMPLEMENTATION GUIDE
  • What Other Places Have Done. . .Macro Trends Funding “A more cogent case needs to be made for funding the arts. But what the arts can do brilliantly in fundraising is get a little bit from a lot of sources. Thats the beauty of it: a bit from government, a piece from corporations and foundations, a chunk from individuals, a portion Virtual Experiences from galas. It all mixes and matches and voIiloa! -- an incredible feast emerges while no one sector has spent too much.” Karen Brooks Hopkins, President Brooklyn Academy of Music - BAMNew Forms and Media From Palaces to Districts Case Studies Community Based PodcastsFrom Traditional Venues to Engaged Audiences Customizing Your Culture extend the range Bethesda, MD - Arts DistrictConcerto for Turntable, with DJ Radar, Carnegie Hall New Audiences / Experiences Berkshires, MA - Cultural Development Not Facilities ARTS AND CULTURE IN PUBLIC PLACES: STRATEGIC PLAN AND IMPLEMENTATION GUIDE
  • What Other Places Have Done. . .Round Rock is to Austin as .... Edge City to Core CityWorldwide, arts & culture are having significant impact in smaller communities, not just larger cities. Creative workers locate outside of metro centers and continue to work in creative fields. Geographical distribution of US artistic activity is decentralizing toward second-tier growth rings. Edge cities are taking pride in providing good quality, but affordable life while supporting a vibrant cultural scene.Round Rock’s similar challenge Other Edge City Transformations Similar regional relationships with unique place !"#$%&( )* +$,-./,( 01 !$"+*$*51+-> !? @A>ABB>BBBC 3*(8#1> !? @DB>BBBC AE./F<#-.F51*0#F.F1+7#F@33?CF K*-/+$).$> L3 @MBB>BBBC N#-.$> OH @PM>BBBC OBene position in on CORE CITY EDGE CITY CORE CITY EDGE CITY ! !"#$!%& ()*$+,*!$- % +$ ./#( 0+!#- 0$-+"#(+$) (#10*!$ ( +$ $##" % * $#2 %*0+1+.& ! 3(#*.# * "#-!$*!$ #45#(+#$0# ! 6(7+"# *8#$+!#- ./*. 9##5 #4+-!$) (#-+"#$.- +$ .2$ ! :#08# * ;<(*$"= G*0(*8#$.> 3H @A>EBB>BBBC I1-8> 3H @DJ>BBBC Q#85/+-> R? @MDB>BBBC 311+#(7+11#> R? @EE>BBBC ARTS AND CULTURE IN PUBLIC PLACES: STRATEGIC PLAN AND IMPLEMENTATION GUIDE
  • The Benefits Are . . .Economic Impact: Government investment in the arts yields $7 for every $1 spentAustin arts attendee spends $34.95 + cost of admission vs. nationalavg. of $27.79. Economic Impact of Nonpro t Arts & Culture Organizations and their Audiences in Austin, TX Resident Audiences Non-Resident Audiences All AudiencesMeeting & Event Activity: Refreshments/Snacks During the Event Meals Before/After the Event $4.36 $10.50 $4.47 $15.73 $4.39 $11.96Cultural activity and places draw ancillary activity (corporate meetings Gifts/Souvenirs $1.79 $5.36 $2.79& private special events). Clothing & Accessories $2.11 $2.35 $2.18 Ground Transportation & Parking $3.96 $6.76 $4.74 Event-Related Child Care $0.57 $0.47 $0.54Corporate Recruitment: Overnight Lodging Other $4.43 $0.81 $14.05 $2.31 $7.12 $1.23Cultural activity is an important amenity to corporations considering Total Per Person Spending $28.53 $51.50 $34.95where to locate business. It is seen as an indicator of an educatedworkforce & high quality of life. Event-Related Spending by Arts & Culture Event Attendees Totaled $138.15 Million in Austin, TX Residents Non-Residents All Austin AttendeesCultural Tourism: Total Event Attendance 2,849,148 1,104,158 3,953,306 Percent of Attendees 72% 28% 100%Cultural activity draws cultural tourists who spend more and stay Average Dollars Spent Per Attendee $28.53 $51.50 $34.95longer when traveling. Total Event-Related Spending $81,216,192 $56,864,136 $138,150,328 Total Economic Impact of the Nonpro t Arts & Culture Industry in Austin, TXTeaching Innovation & Creativity:The teaching of the arts is now being recognized as a fundamental- City of Austin Median of Similar Regions National Medianneed for the North American economy and its workforce. The MFA is Total Expenditures 271,694,936 198,873,390 48,358,919 Full-Time Equivalent Jobs 8,625 6,289 1,361the new MFA. STEM to STEAM. Resident Household Income $154,766,000 $125,022,000 $25,120,500 Local Government Revenue $16,965,000 $8,502,000 $1,934,000 State Government Revenue $10,527,000 $8,272,000 $2,057,000Economic Development:People like to live and work in creative places. Arts and culture are animportant part of economic development initiatives.Quality of Life & Civic Pride:Arts and cultural offerings are widely seen as a strong contributor tohigh quality of life. Ferments an emotional attachment to place.Branding & Identity Building:Expand a City’s reputation and develop destination oriented activities. ARTS AND CULTURE IN PUBLIC PLACES: STRATEGIC PLAN AND IMPLEMENTATION GUIDE
  • Benefits of Art & Culture . . . “Not only do the arts provide a much needed social escape for many in our communities—they also help drivelocal economies. Having an abundanceof unique arts and events means more revenue for local businesses and makes our communities more attractive to young, talented professionals–whose decisions on where to start a career or business are increasingly driven by quality of life and the availability of cultural amenities. ” - Bart Peterson, Mayor of Indianapolis, IN and President, National League of Cities ARTS AND CULTURE IN PUBLIC PLACES: STRATEGIC PLAN AND IMPLEMENTATION GUIDE
  • Round Rock Is . . . RSITY BLVD. NORTHEAST UNIVE ROUND ROCK ROUND ROCK HIGHER EDUCATION PREMIUM CENTER OUTLETS 114 IKEA 1431 SUN RISE BLVD. A.W. GRIM ES BLV D. D. BLV TLERS SET T OLD EAS OLD SETTLERS PARK D. BLV TLERS SET OLD WEST DELL DIAMOND RD. AN BOWM CHIS SAM OLM BAS S RD. TRAIL RD. OLD TOWN N. MA YS STR EET ROUN D RO CK AV E. DOWNTOWN STREET MAIN RED BUD LN. 620 GATTIS SCHOOL RD. . RD S. MA EIL cN YS STR M EET LA FRONTERA A. W. GR SHOPPING CENTER IM ES BL VD . ARTS AND CULTURE IN PUBLIC PLACES: STRATEGIC PLAN AND IMPLEMENTATION GUIDE
  • Round Rock Is . . .Family-oriented: Family Percentage of U.S. Adult Population Participating in the Arts by Level of Educational Attainment Demographic Segments !"#$%&())*+,-.)/,0%+10-)2.&34High levels of children and families Concentrations Graduate Degree + Blue-Chip Blues Jazz Bachelors Degree Some College Classical Music High School 5,$6/7+8)5,$-)+-)9.#:.)0-)0)&#;<#%10=,),+<-1>,)<#%) young, sprawlingDiversifying: Opera families ):+17):,,680>+.?)=,$6&#,,0%)@#=-3)A17.+&0,,>)B+C%-D:+17)0)-+?.+<+&0.1)8%-.&) #<)E+-80.+&-)0.BF#%)G<%+&0.6G;%+&0.-D17)-?;.1H-)0?+.?).+?7=#%7##B-)<01$%)&#;80&1I)Hispanic/Latino population is Musicals ;#B-1,>)8%+&B)7#;-)-$%%#$.BB)=>)&#;;%&+0,)&.1%-)1701) cater tocontinuing to grow and African Non-musical plays child-filled households3American or Black population is Family Thrifts Balletgrowing at faster rate than the region, young, J7)-;0,,6&+1>)&#$-+.-)#<)+..%6&+1>)B+-1%+&1-I)K0;+,>)J7%+<1-)&#.10+.) ethnically diverse parents):7#)70C),#1-)#<)&7+,B%.)0.B):#%9).1%>6,C,)development of campus will bring Art Museums/Galleries -%C+&)@#=-3)2.)17-)080%1;.16<+,,B).+?7=#%7##B-I)C+-+1#%-)<+.B)17)-1%1-)@0;680&9B):+17) 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% =0=+-)0.B)1#BB,%-I)1%+&>&,-)0.B)=0-91=0,,)7##8-I)L0:##-)0.B)E>$.B0+-3younger adults Educational Attainment Round Rock 20-mile Radius Kids & Cul-de-Sacs Graduate or Prof Degree Austin CBSA M8-&0,I)-$=$%=0.I);0%%+B)&#$8,-):+17)&7+,B%.3333333G.).C+0=,),+<-1>,)#<),0%?)<0;+,+-)+.)Regionally-oriented: %&.1,>)=$+,1)-$=B+C+-+#.-3)N+17)0)7+?7)%01)#<)E+-80.+&)0.B)G-+0.)G;%+&0.-I)17+-)-?;.1)+-)0) USA %<$?)<#%)&#,,?6B$&01BI):7+16&#,,0%)8%#<--+#.0,-):+17)0B;+.+-1%01+C)@#=-)0.B) nexus of education, affluenceTraveling for work (25 min. avg Bachelors Degree $88%6;+BB,6&,0--)+.&#;-3)J7+%) and children translates into large outlays for childminute commute time, 60% reported Associate Degree centered products and services3they work outside of Round Rock in a White Picket Fencescommunity survey), and some arts Some College, No Degree O+B8#+.1)#.)17)-#&+#&#.#;+&),0BB%I)%-+B.1-)+.)N7+1)P+&91)K.&-),##9)0),#1),+9)17) -1%#1>8+&0,)G;%+&0.)7#$-7#,B)#<)0)?.%01+#.)0?#()>#$.?I);+BB,6&,0--I);0%%+B):+17)and culture, retail and services characterized by modest homes Creative Industries &7+,B%.3)5$1)17)&$%%.1)C%-+#.)+-) High School Graduate (or GED) 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% and ethnic diversityD+.&,$B+.?)0)B+-8%#8#%1+#.01).$;=%)#<)E+-80.+&-)0.B) Creative Industries vs Population G<%+&0.6G;%+&0.-3 Age DistributionRooted: 2010 Population Round Rock 95,833 Austin 764,479 Round Rock 20-mile Radius Brite Lites, Li’l City76% of community survey Creative Businesses (per 1,000 residents) Creative Employees (per 1,000 residents) 2.47 7.64 4.26 18.87 Age 65+ Austin CBSA USA *#1)0,,)#<)17)G;%+&0H-)&7+&)-#87+-1+&01-),+C)+.);0@#%);1%#-3)5%+1)Q+?71-I)Q+H,)/+1>)+-)0)?%#$8)#<) well-off, middle-aged couples settled in therespondents have lived in Round *All data is under-represented and based solely on businesses that have registered with Dun & Bradstreet !)YXZ)Q--)/%01+C)5$-+.---) Age 55 to 64 nation’s satellite cities3)R-+B.1-)#<)17-)1>8+&0,)L2*S))!B#$=,)+.&#;I).#)Rock longer than 5 years !)[XZ)Q--)/%01+C)A;8,#>-)) 9+B-4)7#$-7#,B-)70C)&#,,?)B$&01+#.-I):,,680>+.?)=$-+.--)0.B)8%#<--+#.0,)&0%%-)0.B) -:0.9)7#;-)<+,,B):+17)17),01-1)1&7.#,#?>3 Age 35 to 54 Country Squires Major EmployersRecreation-oriented: Age 18 to 34 affluent J7):0,17+-1)%-+B.1-)+.)T$%=0.)G;%+&0),+C)+.)/#$.1%>)"U$+%-I)0.)#0-+-)<#%) Baby Boomers who’ve fled the city)<#%)17)&70%;-)#<)-;0,,61#:.)Game On! along with well-attended Age 17 and under ,+C+.?3)2.)17+%)=$&#,+&)&#;;$.+1+-).#1B)<#%)17+%)%&.1,>)=$+,1)7#;-)#.)-8%0:,+.?)8%#8%1+-I) 17)<0;+,+-)#<)T&$1+C-),+C)+.)-+T6<+?$%)&#;<#%13)/#$.1%>)"U$+%-).@#>)&#$.1%>)&,$=)-8#%1-)recreation programs 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% ,+9)?#,<I)1..+-)0.B)-:+;;+.?)0-):,,)0-)-9++.?I)=#01+.?)0.B)=+9+.?3 Trend in Racial Composition Upward Bound 35% O#%)170.)0.>)#17%)-?;.1I)M8:0%B)5#$.B)0880%-)1#)=)17)7#;)#<)17#-)Young: Asian legendary Soccer Moms and Dads3)2.)17-)-;0,,)-01,,+1)&+1+-I) 30% Black or African $88%6&,0--)<0;+,+-)=#0-1)B$0,)+.&#;-I)&#,,?)B?%-)0.B).:)-8,+16,C,-)0.B)&#,#.+0,-3) American26% of residents are ages 18 - 34 and 25% Hispanic or Latino R-+B.1-)#<)M8:0%B)5#$.B)1.B)1#)=) kid-obsessed I):+17)70C>)8$%&70--)#<) &#;8$1%-I)0&1+#.)<+?$%-I)B#,,-I)=#0%B)?0;-I)=+&>&,-)0.B)&0;8+.?)U$+8;.13this is likely to increase. 20% Winner’s Circle G;#.?)17):0,17>)-$=$%=0.),+<-1>,-I)N+..%H-)/+%&,)+-)17)>#$.?-1I)0)&#,,&1+#.)#<);#-1,>) 15% 25- to 34-year-old couples with large families in 10% new money subdivisions3)"$%%#$.B+.?)17+%)7#;-)0%)17)-+?.-)#<) $8-&0,),+C+.?()%&%01+#.0,)80%9-I)?#,<)&#$%--)0.B)$8-&0,);0,,-3)N+17)0);B+0.)+.&#;)#<) .0%,>)VWXIXXXI)N+..%H-)/+%&,)%-+B.1-)0%)=+?)-8.B%-):7#),+9)1#)1%0C,I)-9+I)?#)#$1)1#)01I) 5% -7#8)01)&,#17+.?)=#$1+U$-)0.B)109)+.)0)-7#:3 0% 2000 2010 2015 ARTS AND CULTURE IN PUBLIC PLACES: STRATEGIC PLAN AND IMPLEMENTATION GUIDE
  • What’s Happening In Round Rock . . .ID # Name ID # Name 1 RRISD - Performing Arts Center Auditorium 28 Clay Madsen Rec Center 36 PROGRAM SPACE/VENUE ! 2 First United Methodist Church 29 Cordovan Art School 3 Old Settlers Park Pavilion 30 Dance Gallery Round Rock 4 RRISD - CD Fulkes Auditorium 31 Danny Rays Music PERFORMIONG ARTS 5 Buck Egger Park 32 RRISD - Blackland Prairie 6 Meadow Lake Park 33 RRISD - Berkman VISUAL ARTS 7 Round Rock Public Library Meeting Room 34 RRISD - Brushy Creek 53 8 RRISD - Performing Arts Center Black Box 35 RRISD - Cactus Ranch10 Mesa Village Park 36 RRISD - Caldwell Heights PUBLIC ART11 Round Rock West Park Pavilion 37 RRISD - Deep Wood 0 0.2 0.4 0.8 1.2 1.612 City Hall Parking Garage 38 RRISD - Fern Bluff Miles13 Lake Creek Park 39 RRISD - Forest Creek14 Memorial Park 40 RRISD - Gattis 4415 Sam Bass Community Theater 41 RRISD - Great Oaks Henry S McNeil Park16 City Hall Mall 42 RRISD - Old Town17 Round Rock Amphitheater 43 RRISD - Robertson18 RRISD - High School Gymanasium 44 RRISD - Union Hill19 StarCo 45 RRISD - Voigt20 The Crossing at Chisholm trail 46 Allen R Baca Center21 Art Center of Williamson County 47 Arts Space22 Allen R Baca Center 48 County Annex23 Brushy Creek Community Center 49 Dell Diamond Exhibition Hall Meadow Lake24 Ceramic Lodge 50 Old Settlers Park Baseball Complex25 CHASCO Family YMCA 51 Palm House Museum26 YKIDZ YMCA 52 Round Rock Public Library 627 Circle in a Square Pottery 53 Texas State University Higher Education Center Chandler Branch Settlement Lake Park 35 Old Settlers Lake Settlement 1 Park 30 3 MC Nu tt Cr ee Chan k dle rB r an ch Old Settlers Palm Valley Park Chandler Branch Onion Branch 42 48 27 Woods Park 49 50 26 25 Dry Fo rk Creek Bend Park Stella Park 43 G A Stark Park 10 31 24 2 38 21 Veterans Park 14 15 Brushy Creek 20 Round Rock Memorial Park 7 12 4 16 Forest Creek Golf Course Pond 19 Kiwanis Field 34 33 Dyer Branc 47 39 h Lake Creek Park 18 52 13 51 46 Bustin Memorial Park Lake Creek 22 17 32 11 5 Alligator Hole Pond Dry Branch Round Rock West Park 40 Kenningham Park 37 45 29 Creekmont West Park Greenslopes Park 28 23 41 Frontier Park ARTS AND CULTURE IN PUBLIC PLACES: STRATEGIC PLAN AND IMPLEMENTATION GUIDE
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  • What We’ve Heard So Far . . .“...art is alive, COMMUNITY is lacking.” “Round Rock needs to differentiate itself from other places.” “We should make an effort to ATTRACT young people and performers from Austin.” “...Success would be a new facility for arts downtown.”“1,500 people attended the County Symphony’s Christmas concert.” “...a SHARED performance venue is desired.” “...DIVERSITY should be celebrated - too conservative.” “Arts & culture need funding.” “...focus is on families, kids and seniors.” “...AUSTIN is Round Rock’s amenity package.”“...great start for an arts center would be an existing warehouse.” “...higher ed center will be trans formative.” “Round Rock is interested in traditional forms of art and culture.” “...difficult to imagine success for arts without a place.” “...lot of lip service, but nothing happens.” “...Next generation needs to step up to the plate.” “The City needs a predictable funding system for arts &culture that supplements their income and fundraising.”“...City only cares about SPORTS.” “...An 800 seat orchestra hall would be perfect.”“Northeast will be the new Round Rock” “...Intertwine recreation, heritage, and art.” “Better communication of ongoing events would increase awareness & propel interest.” “...creating PASSION FOR PLACE through arts is critical” “...shared responsibility.” “Art is stealth” “...volunteers are essential!” “ ...red neck reputation needs to go.” “We can be better than a strip mall between Austin and Georgetown” ARTS AND CULTURE IN PUBLIC PLACES: STRATEGIC PLAN AND IMPLEMENTATION GUIDE