Affiliated Groups

Friday Painters
Bobby Willis 830-367-5532

Friday Painters is a diverse group of artists devoted to painting and critiquing art. They meet every Friday at the Kerrville Dietert Center to paint and draw using an array of oil, acrylics, pastels, graphite, and charcoal mediums.  The group provides opportunity for mentoring, critiquing, and discussion of art and art history, as well as good natured socializing!  Friday Painters are comprised of both recreational and professional artists, several of whom are known nationally, and whose works can be found in a number of museums, private and corporate collections, as well as galleries.


Guadalupe Gourd Patch
Judy Richie 830-257-8939


Guadalupe Watercolor Group 

Founded in 1993, the Guadalupe Watercolor Group is dedicated to sharing new ideas and creative experiences with members and visitors alike. We meet on the second Tuesday of September, November, January, March and May. Meetings are held in the Forum at KACC at 1 p.m., and visitors are welcome.

Our programs are educational and inspiring, with speakers who are accomplished artists and teachers from far and wide.

The group holds an annual exhibit which is juried by an invited artist who excels in the world of watermedia. Our members may exhibit works done in any water soluble medium.

The club also offers several workshops each year to help provide more learning opportunities to our members.


Hill Country Camera Club

The Hill Country Camera Club is a group of amateur and professional photographers dedicated to the furtherance of photography as a creative art.  The goal of the Hill Country Camera Club is to help educate others in the technical aspects, the aesthetics and art of photography, and to serve as a meeting place for people who share a common interest in photography. Beginner or advanced, digital or film media, you will grow and learn how to become a better photographer with the Hill Country Camera Club at your side.

We meet the 2nd Tuesday each month at the Kerr Arts & Cultural Center.

Please visit our website for more information.


Hill Country Flower Arrangers

SJ Derby


Hill Country Porcelain Art Guild
Barbara Haden 792-6130


Hill Country Quilt Guild

In the summer of 1984 ten women met to discuss a common interest – their love of quilting. From this first meeting evolved the Hill Country Quilt Guild with a membership of 240 as of January 2006. The guild’s first project was a Sesquicentennial quilt. President Maudie Jacobsen presented it to the City of Kerrville and it now hangs on the second floor of the Butt-Holdsworth Library.

The guild holds monthly meetings which are held on the third Monday of each month , excluding December, at the Zion Lutheran Church, 600 Barnett Street, Kerrville. Doors open at 9:00 a.m., business meeting at 9:30, and program at 11:00.

For more information, please visit our website.


Hill Country Wood Turners

The HCT was founded in 1989 as a chapter of the American Association of Woodturners (AAW), the largest organization in the world dedicated to the advancement of woodturning. HCT members share knowledge, information and provide assistance and encouragement to anyone interested in learning about or improving their woodturning skills. The HCT is an affiliate member of the Kerr Arts and Cultural Center, the main organization in the Texas Hill Country dedicated to the advancement of the Arts.

The Hill Country Turners meet monthly in the basement of the Kerr Arts and Cultural Center (KACC) at 6:30 PM on the Second Thursday of each month.

For more information, please visit our website.


Johnson Creek Press
Diane Henry


Kerrville Art Club
Anita Rollo


Visions 10

Visions 10, an alliance of ten Texas Hill Country artists, began meeting monthly in 1994 to critique their work, share their expertise, and improve their art. All have experienced artistic growth in this supportive, motivating environment. Members of Visions 10 share a common enthusiasm for life and the world around them, a zest reflected in their art. They are creative in using the visual stimulation around them to produce exciting, innovative artwork. Common interests and goals do not lead to commonality in the members’ art. They have wide diversity in media, style and subject matter. Several members focus on exploratory and experimental art. Others employ more traditional methods using an array of subjects and techniques. View the varied Visions 10 artwork and enjoy.

For more information, please visit our website.