The Art Center of Waco

The mission of The Art Center of Waco is to promote the arts in Central Texas, through educational programs, exhibitions and collections.

Hours of Operation

Tuesdays – Saturdays /  10 a.m. – 5 p.m.    Sundays / 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.

The Art Center of Waco is a non-profit organization with the primary purpose of promoting  the arts in the greater Waco community through educational programs, exhibits and collections.

The Art Center was established in the early 1970s in downtown Waco, and moved to its current location on the campus of McLennan Community College in the early 1980s. The Cameron family summer home, which currently houses The Art Center,  is a stunning location not only for art exhibitions and events, but also for community meetings, private weddings, parties and much more. The Mediterranean-style villa houses an exhibition gallery, upstairs studio classrooms, a clay studio, a gift shop, and offices for professional staff.  Admission is free to the public!

Exhibits change on the average of every two months throughout the year and feature the creations of a wide range of artists working in diverse media.

Visit us at 1300 College Drive!