Arts of all forms are evident in Seguin, from local musical talent to public sculptures in parks and more. The Seguin Commission on the Arts, appointed by the Seguin City Council, works to promote local artists and art venues and support public art opportunities in Seguin. The Commission sponsors the annual ArtsFest, hosts art competitions, and calls for artists to produce public art for the community.
Current Public Art Projects
The Seguin Commission on the Arts is currently developing the Seguin Squirrel Trail that will feature painted fiberglass squirrels throughout the community. For more information on sponsoring a squirrel.
Seguin has a developing public art network from the bronze statute celebrating our town namesake in the square to abstract sculptures spread out across the Texas Lutheran University campus. You can find public art located at the following locations.
Bird Sanctuary Statutes, Walnut Springs Park, 317 West Court Street
Martin Luther Statute, Texas Lutheran University in front of the Beck Center, 1000 West Court Street
Scuplture Garden, Texas Lutheran University outside the Schuech Fine Arts Center, 1000 West Court Street