The Kerr Arts and Cultural Center is opening three new exhibits this week.

The “26th Annual Teachers’ Show” of any media chosen by each artist will be featured in the Avery Gallery.

“Created During COVID” in the Cornels Gallery will feature the art created by KACC members during this virus shutdown, up to five pieces of art in any medium.

Photographs from the collection of Kerrville’s Joe Herring Jr. are being featured in the Derby Gallery.


For the Teachers’ Art Show,” awards will be presented by representatives of Hometown Crafts.

The categories of awards are two-dimensional paintings, other two-dimensional works, crafted creations, and fiber art.

This exhibit was expected include both two-dimensional and three-dimensional works.

The reception is scheduled for Saturday, July 11, from 2-4 p.m. Call the KACC at 895-2911 for confirmation of that event.

Regular hours for the KACC galleries and Gift Ship are 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.

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