Texas Arts and Crafts Fair
Against a backdrop of the scenic Guadalupe River, between 2,000-4,000 attendees are expected. The fair is produced by the Hill Country Arts Foundation, with facilities featuring an impressive 500-seat outdoor amphitheater, a 1,700-square foot art gallery overlooking Johnson Creek, three art instruction studios, a printmaking studio and a ceramics studio with four kilns. Since 1959, the HCAF has provided community theatre, art workshops, art exhibitions, and visual and performing arts classes. Additionally, HCAF has become a top-ranked tourist destination with the addition of the Stonehenge II art installation.