Our focus is to enhance community awareness, develop opportunities for involvement, encourage individual and corporate financial support, and develop a long range plan for promoting the growth of the Arts within the nineteen Hill Country counties of the Business Committee for the Arts, now known as The pARTnership Movement, a national committee of Americans for the Arts, recognizes businesses for their support of the Arts..
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
The BCA designation encourages HCCArts partnerships with national businesses and organizations to enrich the lives of all who live in
HCCArts continues today to support its arts partners and all the arts throughout the Texas Hill Country. It is the bulletin board for ‘art 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.
As a loving and supporting patron of the Arts community, Hill Country Council for the Arts has played a significant role in sustaining the continuation of art education, events, and programs across the Texas Hill Country. In standing by our mission, we will continue to promote Arts enrichment throughout the following counties: Kendall, Lampasas, Llano, Bexar, Comal, Atascosa, Frio, Gillespie, Hays, Kerr, Blanco and Burnet counties.
HCCArts and The Agricultural Heritage Museum became partners creating The AgriCultural Museum and Arts Center.
Classes are held in Applied Arts, Fine Arts, as well as Blacksmithing, Dutch Oven Cooking. Through the generous grant from Majestic Ranch Arts Foundation, we now have a state-of-the-arts classroom.
The AgriCultural Museum and Arts Center
102 City Park Rd
Boerne, TX 78006