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The Arts in Kerrville

Kerrville is widely renowned as the Texas Hill Country Arts destination, and its flourishing array of artists and craftsmen is a point of pride in the community. The following Non-Profits host a variety of one of kind events, shows and exhibits throughout the year that can only be experienced in Kerrville, Texas. Be sure to check out our Events Calendar to stay up to date!

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Hill Country Arts Foundation

Enjoy a magical summer's night of theater under the stars at the POINT THEATRE. Its riverbank setting, excellent productions and comfortable seating insure an evening of fine entertainment. Indoor productions are staged during the year. Classes in music, dance, sculpture, photography and crafts are taught in summer workshops. Various exhibits displayed throughout the year.
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Kathleen C. Cailloux Performing Arts Center

Managed by the independent theatre company Playhouse 2000, The Cailloux Theater hosts performance year round. The Cailloux Theater’s calendar includes: Playhouse 2000’s entire annual season; performances sponsored by the Kerrville Performing Arts Society; local and school functions; and guests from around the world. Located in the center of Texas’s beautiful Hill Country, The Cailloux Theatre attracts an audience from around the entire state, while maintaining its small town charm.
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Kerr Arts & Cultural Center

Located in the heart of downtown Kerrville, KACC represents more than 600 member artists. Mediums include painting, ceramics, woodworks, jewelry, photography, sculpture and more. Tour the center and the gift shop filled with original works of art. Workshops and demonstrations. Free admission.

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Kerr County Fair

The annual Kerr County Fair held every October provides the residents of Kerr County and adjacent counties an opportunity to exhibit their finished skills and recognizes their achievements. Among the activities featured are a parade through downtown Kerrville, a carnival, contests, scholarship pageants, 4H & FFA livestock exhibits, food & drink, music, dancing, team roping and the exciting bull and barrel contest. Chili and barbeque cook-offs (CASI & CTBA sanctioned), petting zoo and pony rides. Old-fashioned family fun with something for everyone!
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Kerrville Convention & Visitors Bureau

The Kerrville Convention & Visitors Bureau is the destination marketing organization for Kerrville, Kerr County and the Texas Hill Country. Specializing in promoting Kerrville as a premier visitor, convention and meeting destination.
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Kerrville Folk Festival Foundation

Founded by Rod Kennedy, the Kerrville Folk Festival has run annually since 1972. It is the longest continuously running music festival of its kind in North America. For 18 straight days and nights each May and June, over 30,000 guests come from all over the world to experience the magic of what we simply call “Kerrville”. The Festival is known internationally as a Mecca for singer songwriters of varying musical style. It’s a place where those just developing their skills have the opportunity to play their music along- side master craftsmen.

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Museum of Western Art

The museum comprises the nation’s most distinguished living artists who follow in the traditions of Remington and Russell in celebrating the memories of the Old West. The rotating collection is sure to delight and surprise. A major western art library is maintained and teaching facilities attract top artists.

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Playhouse 2000

Providing quality theatrical productions ranging from Shakespeare to Arthur Miller, from musicals to comedy. Innovative productions in a traditional theater setting year-round. Located at the Kathleen C. Cailloux Performing Arts Center.

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Riverside Nature Center Association

Blending cultural history with the area’s natural history, the Nature Center includes walking paths, a wildflower meadow, butterfly gardens, native plants as well as demonstration gardens and special programs.

Riverside Nature Center is located in the heart of Kerrville on the Guadalupe River at the junction of Town Creek. This former small farm has been transformed into an urban wildlife and native plant sanctuary. Come visit the arboretum with over 140 species of trees as well as cacti, glorious wildflowers, shrubs, native grasses, birds, insects and other animals. Meandering walking trails lead you through the Nature Center and down to the banks of the beautiful Guadalupe River.

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Symphony of the Hills

The symphony is comprised of approximately 75 players most of which are from the Kerrville area but also include other skilled players from San Antonio, Austin and throughout the region. Each year four performances are held. Performances are typically held at the Kathleen C. Cailloux City Center for the Performing Arts.

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