Kerr Arts & Cultural Center

Kerr Arts & Cultural Center


228 Earl Garrett Street

Kerrville, TX 78028


Dulce Bytes

Kerr Arts & Cultural Center

February 1 - 25, 2018

In Dulce Bytes six Austin-based digital artists are coming together to show the potential breadth and range of digital art. The show includes works by Leslie Kell, Chalda Maloff, Shirley Steele, Charles Heppner, Paul McGuire, and Thomas Athey.

Tribute To A River

Kerr Arts & Cultural Center

January 11 - February 25, 2018

In Tribute To A River, the Kerr County Historical Society traces the influence of the Guadalupe River in Kerrville through an exhibit of early photographs and documents that reveal the sometimes-hidden past that surrounds us.


Baskets From Around The World

Baskets From Around The World features a collection of handwoven vintage and modern baskets from indigenous peoples of Asia, Latin America, Africa and the Middle East.

KACC Winter Exhibitions

Three new exhibitions: Heaven & Nature Sing, a themed show by collaborating artists Caryl Gaubatz, Margarite Parker Guggolz, and Lynn Luukinen. A juried exhibition featuring works...

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Quick Draw Competition

A competition in which artists have 90 minutes to create works en plein air.

Fusion:Fiber & Glass

A show featuring fiber and glass works by members of Fiber Artists of San Antonio and the San Antonio Glass Art Guild.

Photoquest 2017

A juried show featuring works by members of the Hill Country Camera Club.


A show of works by Phyllis and Douglas Garey.

Western Exposure

A show featuring works by Karen Cooper, Becky Johnson and Tom Moss.

Take Five

A show featuring works by Jeanne Heise, Debby Jascur, Marsha Mefferd, Judy Surles and Steve Collier.

Helen Wardroup

A show of paintings by Helen Wardroup.

Eyfells and Eyfells

An exhibition featuring works by Andy Villarreal, Kristin Eyfells, and Johann Eyfells.

Starving Artists’ Sale

“Hill Country artists set up booths throughout the KACC galleries to show and sell their latest and best work.”

TGI-Friday Painters

An exhibition of work by Henri Gadbois, Leila McConnell, Jack Ramsey, Bobby Willis, Dyana Walker, Gary Patrick, Jim Wallen, Martin Noyd, and Layne Roach.

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