What is HCCArts?
In 2000, an ad hoc committee of culturally minded citizens and artists formed the Cibolo Arts Council under the guidance of then Boerne Mayor, Patrick Heath. The Council earned a 501c3 nonprofit designation in 2001.
In 2009, the name was changed to “Hill Country Council for the Arts” (HCCArts) to better reflect its mission. The Council was also named the exclusive Hill Country Business Committee for the Arts (BCA) for 19
HCCArts continues to team with artists, organizations, businesses, and Hill Country cities to support and produce events that bring cultural vitality and economic benefit to the Hill Country. HCCArts developed a public art master plan for Boerne’s gateways and cityscape resulting in the City Council's approval of an annual art budget and the 2015 initiation of Art Al Fresco, a program that will bring up to 10 pieces of public art to the city each year.
HCCArts continues today to support its arts partners and all the arts throughout the Texas Hill Country. It is the bulletin board for 'arts happenings' in the region and its Calendar of events is the place to visit for updated news on arts entertainment.
Become an HCCArts Patron Donor and help us remain the central online resource for what’s happening in the arts in the Texas Hill Country..