Kerr Arts & Cultural Center has always been known as the go-to Hill Country venue for eclectic art and September’s shows are a good example of the range of art experiences that KACC visitors always enjoy.
Two engaging exhibits, on display from September 1st through September 25th, are the Hill Country Camera Club’s “Photoquest 2016” in the Avery Gallery, and a fascinating exhibit of sculpture created by Steve Collier from industrial age parts entitled “Industrial Revolution” in the Derby Gallery.
From September 1st through October 6th KACC will also feature “Neighbors: Quilts & Other Artforms”, an eye-catching series of small quilts inspired by photographs of historic Kerrville homes.
The public reception for all September events is Saturday, September 3rd from 2-4 PM. Everyone is cordially invited. As always delicious refreshments and beverages will be complementary, and many of the artists will be attending.
KACC serves the Texas Hill Country year-round with innovative art exhibits, hands-on workshops and community-wide art events. Our address is 228 Earl Garrett in downtown Kerrville, and Gallery hours are 10-4 Tues –Sat and 1-4 Sundays. For more information on KACC and our upcoming events please visit http://www.kacckerrville.com or call 830-895-2911 during gallery hours.
Above: Courthouse Steps 1926 by Mary Ann Hildebrand
Industrial Revolution by Steve Collier: