What is Hill Country Arts Foundation?
Hill Country Arts Foundation is a center for the visual and performing arts that was established in 1959. A group of artists established HCAF to enrich, educate and enlighten members of the community through the arts.
The small group of artists, united by their love of the Hill Country’s beauty and appreciation of the arts, dreamed of creating a place for arts education, exhibition and performance—a place where families and individuals of all ages could explore their talents.
Today, HCAF has enriched, educated and enlightened several generations of families and individuals interested in he arts.
What does Hill Country Arts Foundation do?
HCAF offers learning experiences in the visual and performing arts for all ages. Through classes, workshops, exhibitions, camps and stage productions, members of the community come together to learn and develop skills in both the visual and performing arts, as a group or as individuals.
How does Hill Country Arts Foundation offer learning experiences in the arts?
HCAF is a 501 (3) c non-profit organization that depends on HCAF Memberships, grants, volunteers and generosity from members of the community.
Why is Hill Country Arts Foundation important for the community?
Having a center for the arts enriches and brightens the cultural fabric of the lives of artists and lovers of art of all ages. The Hill Country has a longstanding tradition of welcoming and supporting local artists. Hill Country Arts Foundation has been in the community for over 50 years and inspired generations of families across the Hill Country.