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Vision Presentation prepared for the City of Round Rock Arts and Culture Master Plan.

Vision Presentation prepared for the City of Round Rock Arts and Culture Master Plan.

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  • 1. Visioning<br />Community Forums 21-23 February, 2011<br />
  • 2. What<br />Why<br />Observations<br />Process – Strategic Plan<br />Preliminary Findings<br />Vision<br />Emerging Themes - Objectives<br />Prioritize with Evaluation Criteria<br />Input<br />ART<br />CULTURE<br />http://roundrocktexas.gov/cc<br />Must come from within -<br />Not served on a tray <br />
  • 3. WHAT IS ART AND CULTUREmust come from within <br />Animated presentation <br />
  • 4. PURPOSEobjectives of study <br />Comprehensive ten-year strategic plan and implementation guide to define the role of the City in supporting arts and culture in public spaces. <br />Filling the arts and culture gap<br />Leveraging town center development with public investment in the arts<br />Making Round Rock a “destination of choice”<br /><ul><li>Retain and attract competitive workforce
  • 5. Differentiate and create new demand
  • 6. Provide a communal environment and promote civic pride
  • 7. Outline initiatives to encourage social connections that result from diverse artistic uses and educational programming</li></li></ul><li>UNDERSTANDINGenviable report card <br />City of Round Rock<br /><ul><li> Seventh-best American small city in </li></ul> which to live<br /><ul><li> Strong Economic Development </li></ul> Program<br /><ul><li> Convenient Access to Transportation
  • 8. Attractive Residential Communities
  • 9. Intact, Pedestrian Friendly Historic Core
  • 10. Extraordinarily Safe and Secure
  • 11. Strong Community Spirit
  • 12. Desirable Proximity to Region
  • 13. 1,700 acres of Parks and Trails
  • 14. Quality School System
  • 15. High Level of Municipal Services</li></li></ul><li>UNDERSTANDINGready for another transformation <br />City of Round Rock<br /><ul><li> Seventh-best American small city in </li></ul> which to live<br /><ul><li> Strong Economic Development </li></ul> Program<br /><ul><li> Convenient Access to Transportation
  • 16. Attractive Residential Communities
  • 17. Intact, Pedestrian Friendly Historic Core
  • 18. Extraordinarily Safe and Secure
  • 19. Strong Community Spirit
  • 20. Desirable Proximity to Region
  • 21. 1,700 acres of Parks and Trails
  • 22. Quality School System
  • 23. High Level of Municipal Services
  • 24. Arts and Culture </li></li></ul><li>PURPOSEobjectives of study <br />“To make a big splash in the global pond of spectacle culture today, you have to have a big rock to drop.”<br />Hal Foster, Art Critic<br />Every community’s “rock” is different.<br />Middlesbrough, UK<br />Community Gardens + Artisan Cooking<br />
  • 25. OBSERVATIONSplace and people<br />Town of Brushy became Round Rock . 1854 Begins in Old Town near the Brushy Creek Cattle Crossing (Thomas Oatts Post Office 1851) <br />History of :<br />Growth Big Ideas Change Quality of Place Stimulating Experience<br />
  • 26. OBSERVATIONSplace and people<br />Round Rock Moves Southeast in 1878, Williamson County Deed Records Plot – 125 acres<br />Big Moves<br />
  • 27. OBSERVATIONSplace and people<br />Masonic Temple<br />Train Station <br />Some Constants<br />Olson House<br />202-204 East Main<br />Sam Bass Theatre<br />118 East Main<br />
  • 28. OBSERVATIONSplace and people<br /> 1959, Freeway construction at McNeil Road in Round Rock<br />Uninhibited “Progress” <br />
  • 29. OBSERVATIONSplace and people<br />When a Round Rock gas station began closing early each afternoon during the oil<br />crisis of 1973<br />Community – 1973 Afternoon Dominoes<br />
  • 30. OBSERVATIONSplace and people<br />1996 Dell Moves Headquarters to Round Rock – Prior other high tech companies relocate<br />Pivotal Decisions Take Form <br />
  • 31. OBSERVATIONSplace and people<br />Changes in character, scale, and density – f from bedroom community to edge city <br />Evolution<br />
  • 32. OBSERVATIONSplace and people<br />Nelson-Carter House and Brushy Creek Crossing <br />Preservation of Historic Assets + Open Spaces<br />
  • 33. OBSERVATIONSplace and people<br />RRISD PAC<br />Today – Range of Environments<br />
  • 34. OBSERVATIONSplace and people<br />Strong Community Based Activity <br />Active Arts and Culture<br />
  • 35. OBSERVATIONSplace and people<br />Exceptional Community Rooted in Tradition and Propelled by Growth + Innovation <br />Why a study Round Rock can accomplish anything?<br />Strategic Planning Process <br />Analyzing Data and Projecting Needs Comes Before Accommodating Change<br />
  • 36. PROCESSstrategic plan - key tasks<br />
  • 37. PROCESSstrategic planning steps <br />
  • 38. PROCESSoutreach, listen, and understand <br />5STARTUP BACKGROND MEETINGS <br />65STAKEHOLDER INTERVIEWS<br />54REGISTERED COFFEE ATTENDEES<br />18UNREGISTERD COFFEE ATTENDEES<br />30SITE VISITS + TOURS<br />3STEERING COMMITTEE MEETINGS<br />3,000BLOG HITS, TWEETING, + FACEBOOK<br />3,182<br />+7 H3 + Webb Visits<br />
  • 39. PROCESS research BEST PRATICES <br />
  • 40. PROCESSresearch PLACE <br />
  • 41. PROCESSresearch PEOPLE <br />
  • 42. PROCESSresearch DATA <br />
  • 43. PROCESSresearch DATA <br />
  • 44. PROCESSassessed DATA <br />Research and Analysis <br /><ul><li>Key trends in the arts and cultural industry
  • 45. Characteristics of Arts Participants and Trends in Participation
  • 46. Round Rock Audience and Market Analysis
  • 47. MARKET CONCLUSIONS
  • 48. Cultural Inventory
  • 49. Visual Arts and Other Cultural Spaces
  • 50. Performing Arts Space
  • 51. Educational and Participatory Program Space
  • 52. Other Attractions and Events
  • 53. INVENTORY CONCLUSIONS
  • 54. Round Rock Cultural Community
  • 55. CRITICAL NEEDS
  • 56. Benefits and Impacts
  • 57. Cultural Tourism – stay longer and spend more
  • 58. Sense of Place and Quality of Life – people like to live and work in creative places
  • 59. Quality of Workforce and Corporate Recruitment
  • 60. Teaching Innovation and Creativity
  • 61. Community Development
  • 62. Artistic Activity is Decentralizing Towards Communities Like Round Rock </li></li></ul><li>PRELIMINARY FINDINGSreport – February 11, 2011<br /><ul><li> Small Pockets of Activity
  • 63. Large Events
  • 64. Programming
  • 65. Customized Experiences
  • 66. Flexibility </li></ul>Large <br />Venues<br />=<br />Key audience segments include:<br /><ul><li> Families
  • 67. Ethnically-specific populations (Lat. / A-A)
  • 68. Couples without children young and old
  • 69. Eds and meds
  • 70. VFRs and Visitors who could stay longer</li></ul>Gaps:<br /><ul><li> Science, technology and media
  • 71. Adult participatory programs
  • 72. Professional children’s </li></ul> programming (regional)<br /><ul><li> Jazz (regional)
  • 73. Gathering places and spaces</li></li></ul><li>PRELIMINARY FINDINGSreport – February 11, 2011<br />Cultural Community Needs:<br />Market Conclusions:<br />Inventory Conclusions:<br /><ul><li>“Space” </li></ul>Space to create and exhibit/perform<br />Opportunities to come out of schools, churches and homes<br /><ul><li>Visibility, identity and support
  • 74. One centralized resource
  • 75. Funding resources and fundraising skills
  • 76. Advocacy</li></ul>Is Round Rock of the size <br />and characteristics that <br />suggest latent demand for <br />cultural programming?<br />There is an audience (education, income, race) with more diversity than most realize<br />Many are currently going to Austin or Georgetown<br />What if we better serve and cultivate what’s already here<br />There is potential for demand to increase given coming changes<br /><ul><li>City is a key provider via Parks & Rec & Library
  • 77. Irregular live performance except for StarCo and Junior’s Grill and Icehouse
  • 78. Community, grassrootsactivity
  • 79. Lots of commercial providers (program)
  • 80. Artists not represented here
  • 81. Events are key</li></li></ul><li>PRELIMINARY FINDINGSreport – February 11, 2011<br />Long Center<br />RRISD PAC<br />shows gaps in quality and <br />capacity of local spaces<br />quality<br />capacity<br /># of Types of programs in each facility:<br />Greatest<br />Fewest<br />
  • 82. PRELIMINARY FINDINGSreport – February 11, 2011<br />Long Center<br />RRISD PAC<br />shows gaps in quality and <br />capacity of local spaces<br />quality<br />capacity<br /># of Types of programs in each facility:<br />Greatest<br />Fewest<br />
  • 83. RRISD PAC<br />shows gaps in quality and <br />capacity of local spaces<br />quality<br />capacity<br /># of Types of programs in each facility:<br />Greatest<br />Fewest<br />
  • 84. PRELIMINARY should we begin implementation to meet all of these needs?<br />YES, a critical part <br />Audience Profiles <br />a<br />b<br />c<br />d<br />e<br />Unique Use Patterns + Needs<br />Overall Themes or Objectives<br />Prioritized by Established Criteria<br />And Refined<br />Strategies to Implement: Public Policy, Organizational Infrastructure, Programs, Events, and Facilities<br />In the experience economy, services are linked together to form memorable events or places that personally engage….. Like the “I” products:<br />Use Value<br />Sign or Identity Value<br />Experiential Value <br />Needs to Do More<br />Create Community <br />Make Each Resident or Visitor Feel<br /> as Though They Belong <br />
  • 85. PRELIMINARY can we get from “community choirs” to acclaimed organizations?<br />YES, such as<br />There are ensembles which started with a local reach and have grown to hold a more national/international reputation.  Each took a unique path through performance, commissions, touring, and adventurous programming:   <br /><ul><li>Conspirare, Austin
  • 86. Young People's Chorus of New York City
  • 87. Dessoff Choirs
  • 88. Vocal Essence, Minneapolis
  • 89. Founded in1969 as an arts outreach program </li></ul> of Plymouth Congregational Church<br /><ul><li>VocalEssence has commissioned or premiered </li></ul> more than 130works to date<br /><ul><li>VocalEssence wins 2011Joyce Award - $50,000</li></ul>Source: Distinguished Concerts International<br /><ul><li>presenter/producer
  • 90. talent incubator and presenter of broadly accessible, </li></ul> world-class musical entertainment<br /> <br />
  • 91. PRELIMINARY should we begin building a medium or large venue immediately?<br />NOT yet but plan<br /><ul><li>+100K pop municipalities need a strong program partner for 200 booked nights / year to finance & operate
  • 92. Potential 70M facility - 125K SF at $500-600/SF hard + soft costs (35M – smaller)
  • 93. A institutional partner helps to amortize costs, i.e. RiverCenter, San Marcos etc.
  • 94. Larger places like Amarillo or Salt Lake City have at least twenty separate entities providing programming
  • 95. Opportunity for public-private </li></ul> partnership at Higher Ed Center<br /><ul><li> Nearer term provide low-cost incubator </li></ul> to advance organizations, while a +/-5 <br /> year funding plan is developed<br /><ul><li> Science museum / PAC might be a </li></ul> better opportunity for corporate giving<br />2 River Theater, Red Bank, NJ<br />Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts (IMAX, Science, Stage)<br />
  • 96. PRELIMINARY partnerships are key – multiple project champions <br />Imaginon, The Joe and Joan Martin Center, Charlotte, North Carolina <br />Collaboration between unlikely partners at the time…..<br />Charlotte-Mecklenburg Public Library and Children’s Theatre (114,000sf $25m 2004)<br />
  • 97. VISIONoverarching common elements<br />ART AND CULTURE IN ROUND ROCK SHOULD BE CULTIVATED IN A WAY THAT STRENGTHENS COMMUNITY AND CREATES GREATER ATTACHMENT TO PLACE.<br />
  • 98. 6 EMERGING THEMESobjectives that lead to opportunities <br />1. Establishing Round Rock as a place where artists and arts <br />organizations thrive. <br />2. Supporting the development of Round Rock as a place for <br />'making and doing' art.<br />3. Positioning Round Rock as a family destination for the <br /> arts AND sports.<br />4. Celebrating the history and heritage of Round Rock <br /> to create cultural experiences.<br />5. Bringing higher ed and health science and <br /> creative industries together to innovate.<br />6. Place making with arts and culture.<br />
  • 99. 1 EMERGING THEMESobjectives that lead to opportunities <br />Establishing Round Rock as a place where artists and arts organizations thrive. <br />Opportunities<br /><ul><li>Centralized marketing portal
  • 100. Advocacy Events
  • 101. Professionalize Arts Council and </li></ul> organizations<br /><ul><li> Organize advocacy activities that build </li></ul> awareness<br /><ul><li> Communicate value and elicit support </li></ul> from volunteers, donors, and <br /> community leaders <br /><ul><li> Fulltime City director of cultural affairs
  • 102. Develop an arts + culture incubator
  • 103. Your ideas?</li></ul>ArtSpace Main Street – Round Rock Arts Council <br />
  • 104. 1 EMERGING THEMES objectives that lead to opportunities<br />Establishing Round Rock as a place where artists and arts organizations thrive. <br />Why<br /><ul><li>Levels of educational attainment vs. existing </li></ul> supply suggest latent demand for cultural <br /> programming.<br /><ul><li> Existing arts organizations limited by lack of </li></ul> services, funding and other resources.<br /><ul><li> Encourages the development of new activity, </li></ul> responding to a community desire to attract and <br /> serve the creative class.<br /><ul><li> A continuing evolution toward a full-service </li></ul> community.<br />2.47<br />4.26<br />7.64<br />18.87<br />
  • 105. 1 EMERGING THEMESplace for arts and culture to thrive <br />ArtPrize, Grand Rapids, MI (other locations)<br />Multi-purpose arts incubator, Detroit <br />
  • 106. 1 EMERGING THEMESplace for arts and culture to thrive <br />Arlington, VA Arts Center – Incubator <br />Signature Theater, 1st Incubator Success<br /><ul><li> Started in 1990 at cost of $80,000
  • 107. Adaptive re-use in County-owned </li></ul> buildings, privately owned facilities <br /><ul><li> Low cost space
  • 108. Grants, in form of funding, space, or </li></ul> administrative and production services<br />Signature Theater New Venue <br />
  • 109. 3 EMERGING THEMESfamily destination for arts AND sports <br />Shared Use of Existing Facilities to High Tech Applications <br />
  • 110. 2 EMERGING THEMESfocus areas <br />Supporting the development of Round Rock as a place for 'making and doing' art.<br />Opportunities<br /><ul><li>Hands—on programs
  • 111. Non-traditional and technology based </li></ul> art forms<br /><ul><li> Combine science, technology, and art
  • 112. Film and TV production – work with Art </li></ul> Institute <br /><ul><li> High-tech and media rich cultural </li></ul> programming<br /><ul><li> Gaming and digital media
  • 113. Your ideas?</li></li></ul><li>2 EMERGING THEMESfocus areas <br />Supporting the development of Round Rock as a place for 'making and doing' art.<br />Why<br /><ul><li>Trends in cultural participation for 'hands-on' </li></ul> and interactive participation<br /><ul><li> 38 local facilities provide hands-on cultural </li></ul> programming.  15 of those provide adult <br /> programs (on a limited basis) while 35 of 38 <br /> provide youth programs.<br /><ul><li> 8% of American adults performed or </li></ul> created at least one type of music, theater or <br /> dance. (1st, ages 18 to 24 followed by baby- <br /> boomer/empty-nesters ages 45 to 64)<br /><ul><li>33% of adults take music lessons at some </li></ul> point & 18% visual arts classes <br /><ul><li>Complements Austin’s reputation as a place </li></ul> to see live & visual arts.<br /><ul><li> Supports community connectedness – </li></ul> "social capital."<br />
  • 114. 2 EMERGING THEMES ‘making and doing’ art<br />Maker Faire<br />MAKE, create, learn, invent, CRAFT, recycle, think, play, celebrate, and be inspired by the arts <br />
  • 115. 3 EMERGING THEMESfamily destination for arts AND sports <br />Planned E. Main St. – Three Doors Gallery and Main Street Sweets <br />Instructional Studio, Kids Gallery Wall, Exhibit Space, and Retail <br />
  • 116. 3 EMERGING THEMESfocus areas <br />Positioning Round Rock as a family destination for the sports + arts.<br />Opportunities<br /><ul><li>Arts in the parks events
  • 117. “Age friendly” programs and events
  • 118. “Science Circus”
  • 119. Kid art
  • 120. Creative center for science and </li></ul> technology <br /><ul><li> Science museum and theater
  • 121. Your ideas?</li></li></ul><li>3 EMERGING THEMESfocus areas <br />Positioning Round Rock as a family destination for the arts AND sports.<br />Why<br /><ul><li>Builds on existing family sports reputation </li></ul> & large regional visitation of 10 million and growing.<br /><ul><li>Thirty percent of adults say that a specific </li></ul> arts, cultural or heritage event or activity <br /> influenced their choice of destination.  <br /><ul><li> Cultural tourists spend more ($623 vs $457) </li></ul>& travel longer (5.2 nights vs 3.4 nights) than <br /> average visitors.<br /><ul><li> Texas is the second most-visited state by </li></ul> cultural tourists. (Californian #1)<br /><ul><li> Responds to demographics which indicate </li></ul> over 30% of population are under 18.<br />
  • 122. 3 EMERGING THEMESfamily destination for arts AND sports <br />Arts in the Parks Family Entertainment Series (Fairfax, VA)<br />Visual Art in the Park <br />
  • 123. 3 EMERGING THEMESfamily destination for arts AND sports <br />Exceptional Landscape Melding Disparate Uses: Sports + Arts<br />
  • 124. 4 EMERGING THEMESfocus areas <br />Celebrating the history and heritage of Round Rock to create cultural experiences.<br />Opportunities<br /><ul><li> Opportunity to explore the relationship </li></ul> between nature, heritage, recreation, and <br /> the arts<br /><ul><li> Include recent and past – from cattle </li></ul> drive to silicon chip<br /><ul><li> Recognize rich diversity
  • 125. Enhance surroundings of existing assets
  • 126. Your ideas?</li></ul>Chisholm Trail and Brushy Creek <br />Nelson-Carter House<br />
  • 127. 4 EMERGING THEMESfocus areas <br />Celebrating the history and heritage of Round Rock to create cultural experiences.<br />Why<br /><ul><li>Rooted - 76% of community survey </li></ul> respondents having lived in Round Rock <br /> longer than 5 years.<br /><ul><li>Builds on unique identity and offer an </li></ul> authentic “brand”.<br /><ul><li> Augments existing cultural assets such as </li></ul>Settlers Park and sculptures at Chisolm<br /> Trail.<br /><ul><li> Attracts and serves the largest diversity of </li></ul> populations.<br /><ul><li> Historic sites and heritage destinations </li></ul> represent the most significant form of <br /> cultural participation. (56M Americans <br /> visited historic sites over the last 12 <br /> months.)<br />56m<br />Historic Sites<br />
  • 128. 4 EMERGING THEMEShistory and heritage<br />Riverfront Heritage Trail (Kansas City, MO)<br />
  • 129. 3 EMERGING THEMESfamily destination for arts AND sports <br />Old Settlers Association<br />Heritage Trail on Brushy Creek: Past, Present, and Future (Parks and Rec. Plan)<br />
  • 130. 5 EMERGING THEMESfocus areas <br />Bringing higher ed and health science and creative industries together to innovate.<br />Opportunities<br /><ul><li>Art therapy
  • 131. STEM to STEAM</li></ul> Science, Technology, Engineering, Math<br /> Integral with Art <br /><ul><li> Public-private partnerships and shared </li></ul> facilities <br /><ul><li> Northwest’s high growth potential
  • 132. Availability of large land parcels
  • 133. Your ideas?</li></li></ul><li>5 EMERGING THEMESfocus areas <br />Bringing higher ed and health science and creative industries together to innovate.<br />Why<br /><ul><li>Builds on tech-reputation and </li></ul> current developments to position <br /> Round Rock as a place for <br /> innovation.<br /><ul><li> Attracts a unique population (eds</li></ul> and meds) that represent important <br /> components of the creative class.<br /><ul><li> Responds to Round Rocks </li></ul> entrepreneurial spirit.<br /><ul><li> In line with national trends that </li></ul> suggests that more value is being <br /> placed on right brain creative<br /> thinking.<br />
  • 134. 5 EMERGING THEMEShigher ed + health + creative industries<br />Art Therapy Studio, partnership b/t non-profit and MetroHealth Medical Center (Cleveland, OH)<br />
  • 135. 3 EMERGING THEMESfamily destination for arts AND sports <br />The Future: Economy, Population, Public-Private Partnerships<br />
  • 136. 6 EMERGING THEMESfocus areas <br />Place making with arts and culture.<br />Opportunities<br /><ul><li>Informal arts presenting / producing
  • 137. Public art
  • 138. Art “everywhere” approach </li></ul> encouraging integration into<br /> everyday life <br /><ul><li> Coalesce, expand, and connect the </li></ul> network of activities <br /><ul><li> Transform with buildings, </li></ul> infrastructure, or open spaces<br /><ul><li> Multiple activities or clustered hubs </li></ul> linked together to form memorable <br /> events or places<br /><ul><li> Arts Incubator – new or reuse
  • 139. Your ideas?</li></li></ul><li>6 EMERGING THEMESfocus areas <br />Place making with arts and culture.<br />Why<br /><ul><li> Responds to community desire for </li></ul> informal gathering places.<br /><ul><li>Provides a vehicle to accommodate </li></ul> existing and new cultural assets and <br /> activity.<br /><ul><li>Accommodates three leading drivers </li></ul> (social offerings, openness and <br /> beauty) for community <br /> attachment,  which maybe <br /> be a leading indicator for economic <br /> growth. <br /> source: Gallup Study, Nov. 15 2010<br />
  • 140. 6 EMERGING THEMESplace making with arts and culture <br />Columbus, Ohio Arts and Education District <br />
  • 141. 3 EMERGING THEMESfamily destination for arts AND sports <br />Downtown Near-term Proof of Concept Opportunities <br />Mays and East Main Becomes a Gateway – “Arts Station”<br />
  • 142. Place Making with Dispersed Arts and Culture<br />
  • 143. Place Making with Dispersed Arts and Culture<br />Activity Points<br />Venues<br />Potential Connections<br />Potential Networks<br />Potential Clusters - Nodes<br />
  • 144. Place Making with Dispersed Arts and Culture<br />Activity Points<br />Venues<br />Potential Connections<br />Potential Networks<br />Potential Clusters - Nodes<br />
  • 145. Place Making with Dispersed Arts and Culture<br />Activity Points<br />Venues<br />Potential Connections<br />Potential Networks<br />Potential Clusters - Nodes<br />
  • 146. Place Making with Dispersed Arts and Culture<br />Activity Points<br />Venues<br />Potential Connections<br />Potential Networks<br />Potential Clusters - Nodes<br />
  • 147. Place Making with Dispersed Arts and Culture<br />Activity Points<br />Venues<br />Potential Connections<br />Potential Networks<br />Potential Clusters - Nodes<br />
  • 148. Place Making with Dispersed Arts and Culture<br />Activity Points<br />Venues<br />Potential Connections<br />Potential Networks<br />Potential Clusters - Nodes<br />
  • 149. Place Making with Dispersed Arts and Culture<br />Activity Points<br />Venues<br />Potential Connections<br />Potential Networks<br />Potential Clusters - Nodes<br />
  • 150. Place Making with Dispersed Arts and Culture<br />Activity Points<br />Venues<br />Potential Connections<br />Potential Networks<br />Potential Clusters - Nodes<br />
  • 151. PRIORITIZE CRITERIA<br />_____ Support the economic development of our community, specifically to drive further development in the downtown or planned growth areas.  <br />_____ Support local artists and arts organizations in their ability to create, perform and exhibit art. <br />_____ Create new opportunities for citizens of Round Rock to personally develop and actively express themselves through the arts.  <br />_____ Build Round Rock’s regional reputation and recognition within the greater Austin area.<br />_____ Further establish Round Rock as a destination, drawing tourists and visitors to spend time and money here. <br />_____ Help make Round Rock afull service community, contributing to a high quality of life for local residents.   <br />_____ Inspire residents to feel more emotionally connected to Round Rock by encouraging social interaction & providing a sense of place.   <br />_____Inspire innovation & unique collaboration across community sectors.<br />?<br />
  • 152. NEXT STEPS strategies to achieve select themes<br /><ul><li>Explore Opportunities for Each Theme
  • 153. Prioritize Evaluation Criteria
  • 154. Align Themes Based on Priorities
  • 155. Refine Opportunities
  • 156. Develop Strategies to Implement
  • 157. Critical Paths – Roadmap
  • 158. Cost
  • 159. Funding Strategies</li></li></ul><li>NEXT STEPS your input <br />Thank you<br />For more information or to provide input:<br /><ul><li> Read The Arts and Culture Strategic Plan Blog:</li></ul> http://roundrocktexas.gov/cc<br /> <br /><ul><li> Email us at:</li></ul> ArtRocks@round-rock.tx.us<br /> <br /><ul><li> Follow us on Twitter:</li></ul> @ArtRocksRR<br />

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