Cultural Arts

Opportunities to experience and participate in art and cultural programming are an exciting part of living in our area. Here you will find information on visual and performing art events, both in and around Flower Mound. 

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Town Hall Art Display Wall Featured Artist

A Lesli Townsend art piece depicting a woman quilting.New art pieces are from local artist Lesli Townsend are now on display at Town Hall, 2121 Cross Timbers Rd. Lesli has been quilting for more than 25 years, and she uses those decades of quilting experience in her art. She enjoys interpreting scenes of nature or common objects into foundation pieced fabric art. This traditional method of construction allows Lesli to create more complex images than are typically found in quilts. Her goal as an artist is to lend interest and new interpretation to conventional items or scenes. 
Lesli is originally from San Antonio, but she now calls the DFW area home. She is a stay-at-home mom to her three rambunctious boys, and she says she makes time for her art after they finally fall asleep at night. Thank you for lending us these creative pieces, Lesli!
You can view the display from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, until the end of March at Town Hall, 2121 Cross Timbers Rd. All art displayed on the Town Hall Art Display wall is chosen by the Art Selection Committee, comprised of Town staff and Cultural Arts Commission members. For information on the program, selection criteria, and how to submit artwork for consideration, please visit www.flower-mound.com/artdisplay.

Artist Lesli Townsend stands in front of her pieces on the Town Hall Art Display Wall,



Traffic Signal Box Art Project

The 2023 Traffic Signal Box Art Project winners have been announced! Click here for more information and to find out how you can apply for our next submission period.

Anna Mikhaela Reyes stands next to her design wrapped on a traffic box at Morriss and Sagebrush.

Amy Ballinger stands next to her design wrapped on a traffic signal box at Morriss and Forest Vista.

Eric Dohr stands next to his design wrapped on a traffic signal box at Old Settlers and Sagebrush.