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The Art Center - Waco, TX

1300 College Dr.
McLennan Community College Campus
(254) 752-4371
Open Tues. - Sat. 10 am - 5 pm, Sun. 1 pm - 5 pm
Free admission ($2.00 suggested donation)
Accessible to the physically challenged


Waco Calligraphy Guild -


Art in the Dallas - Ft. Worth Area

News about art in the Dallas - Ft. Worth area is available at . - Sent by Karen Groman

The fine art directory - Juried Competitions


Art Space Georgetown

A new venture that might interest you.  Organizational meeting Jan 24, 2007.  See

Carleen Bright Arboretum - Waco, TX

9001 Bosque Blvd.
Woodway, TX
(254) 399-9204
Open from 8:00 am to sunset

Central Texas Watercolor Society

The society will develop the education of it's members and sponsor exhibits to create public interest and better understanding of watercolor as a significant art form and permanent painting medium.

Central Texas Watercolor Society
P.O. Box 21686

Waco, TX 76702-1686

Jackson Pollock by Miltos Menates

Make a Pollock style painting by moving your mouse around.  Every time you click the mouse the color changes.  Fascinating - Sent by Lori Brubaker.


Official City of Waco, Texas home page


Professional Artists

A Directory of the Arts, Internationally.

Quips Art Center

Anything and everything you ever wanted to know.

Waco Calligraphy Guild

The Waco Texas Calligraphy Guild was organized in June 1988 with fourteen charter members. We are a diverse group of people with a common appreciation of visual forms and in particular beautiful hand lettering.

Regular meetings are held on the second Saturday of the month at 10:00 a.m.-noon a.m. except for August and for December Visitors are always welcome to attend guild meetings.  Meetings are held at the Waco Art Center-- College Drive.  Come join us and Write soon !

Waco Civic Theatre (WCT)

The Beginning
The roots of the Waco Civic Theatre date back to the 1920's when the work of many enlightened citizens combined to form the Waco Little Theatre (WLT), which operated from 1925 to 1936.

Its Own Entity
In 1945, then chairman of the Baylor University Drama Department Dr. Paul Baker and a team of WLT participants worked to reform the organization that would take the shape of Waco Civic Theatre (WCT) three years later. Dr. Baker collaborated with architect James Hull Miller of Shreveport, LA, to design and build the new WCT at its current locale. So noteworthy was the success of their teamwork that the new theatre was commended in 1963 by the Journal of the Royal Institute of British Architects as one of the three best-designed theatres of its kind in the United States. Over the years, WCT has undergone several additions and renovations, thanks to grants and donations by the Cooper Foundation; the Waco Foundation; and Mr. Frank Baird, Jr. of Buffalo, NY in an endowment honoring his mother, Mrs. Flora Cameron Baird.

Today, WCT produces nine main season productions, ranging from works by Shakespeare to Neil Simon. Additionally, aspiring local artists and youth work in partnership to produce "studio shows" that are scheduled between main season productions and other events.


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