There is always something going on at Hill Country Arts Foundation. In the organization’s 57 years, the HCAF Visual Arts Center has been fortunate to have master teachers and instructors eager to come to the Hill Country to teach.
The Karen Cooper exhibit at the Museum of Western Art, 1550 Bandera Road continues until the end of the month as her term of featured artist for the month of April draws to a close.
The audience at the next Symphony of the Hills concert may not actually break out in gritos, but Eugene Dowdy hopes the evening’s program moves listeners in the spirit of our shared Mexican folk heritage.
“Pterodactyls,” an offbeat, dark comedy for adult audiences, is the final production of the fourth season of Flag Is Up Productions at Schreiner University.
Playhouse 2000, Kerrville’s Community Theater, earned standing ovations last weekend from audiences at the opening performances of the long-forgotten comedy by Mark Twain, “Is He Dead?” The play will have just three more performances this weekend.
“Oklahoma” opens June 3 at the Smith-Ritch Point Theater and runs through June 25. Tickets are on sale now.
INGRAM — The earth is home to an estimated 10 quintillion insects meaning that there are more than 200 million bugs for each human being on this planet. They come in all shapes, sizes, colors and textures; little, big, bold or demure. There is no escaping the fact that we share this world with insects.
The Kerr Arts & Cultural Center will host a free workshop taught by Anat Ronen to instruct those interested in the techniques of street painting.