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Throughout the history of the organization, the dedication and opportunities provided by KPAS to present world-class performing arts throughout the Texas Hill Country Communities has been acknowledged with grants from numerous organizations.


visit Mid-America Arts Alliance


The Mid-America Arts Alliance (MAAA), created in 1972, joins the supporters listed below to demonstrate their belief in the importance of making enriching arts experiences accessible to residents of the Mid-America Arts Alliance six state region. MAAA has grown into an organization that creates and manages regional, multiregional, national, and international programs. MAAA’s mission is to enrich communities through cultural experiences, and they continue to bring the arts to communities large and small with high levels of care and attention. www.maaa.org 


visit National Endowment for the Arts


KPAS’ presentations have been supported by Mid-America Arts Alliance with generous underwriting by the National Endowment for the Arts, Texas Commission on the Arts, and foundations, corporations and individuals throughout Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Texas.

Mid-America Arts Alliance is generously funded by: Marian & Andy Andersen; Keith & Connie Ashcraft; Sally & Rob Baird; BancFirst; Billie & Howard Barnett; Ross & Marianna Beach Family Foundation; The Brown Foundation, Inc., of Houston; Capitol Federal Foundation; The CH Foundation; Chesapeake Energy Corporation, Cooper Foundation; Louetta M. Cowden Foundation; Carolyn Dillon; David & Dee Dillon; DST Systems, Inc.; Karen & J. Robert Duncan; Mr. & Mrs. C. Kendric Fergeson; Mr. & Mrs. Terrence Ferguson; J. Scott Francis; Francis Family Foundation; June Freeman; Hall Family Foundation; Ann Garvey; Jean & Willard Garvey Fund; William Randolph Hearst Foundation; Joan Horan; Inasmuch Foundation; Muriel McBrien Kauffman Foundation; Nancy Lee & Jonathan Kemper; William T. Kemper Foundation, Commerce Bank, Trustee; Richard P. Kimmel & Laurine Kimmel Charitable Foundation; Kirkpatrick Family Fund; Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Kranzberg; Carl McCaffree; The J. E. and L. E. Mabee Foundation, Inc.; Joan Markow; The Meadows Foundation; Nancy & Peter Meinig; Earl & Marilyn Mitchell; Don & Barbara Munro; Sue Renken; Wallace & Martha Richardson; Carol & Scott Ritchie; Judith and Frank Sabatini; Frances Shackelford; Fred Simon; Sprint Nextel Corporation; Richard J. Stern Foundation for the Arts, Commerce Bank, Trustee; Sunderland Foundation; Art & Carol Thompson; James & Elizabeth Tolbert; Janice Lee & Danny Trayer; TricorBraun; K. T. Wiedemann Foundation; and the following public agencies: Institute of Museum and Library Services; National Endowment for the Arts; National Endowment for the Humanities; Arkansas Arts Council; Kansas Arts Commission; Missouri Arts Council; Nebraska Arts Council; Oklahoma Arts Council; Texas Commission on the Arts; The Arts Council of Metropolitan Kansas City; and the Kansas City, Missouri Neighborhood Tourist Development Fund.

visit Texas Commission on the Arts

The Texas Commission on the Arts’ mission is to develop a receptive climate for the arts in Texas. To accomplish its mission, TCA awards grants, promotes the arts, and raises funds to enhance support of the arts in Texas.  www.arts.state.tx.us 

During KPAS’ 26-year history, KPAS has received funding from numerous organizations including:

City of Kerrville

Community Foundation, Texas Hill Country

Grants > Past Sponsors Meet the Artists

The Kerrville Performing Arts Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, supported financially through season subscriptions, grants, and donations,
bringing a world of superb performing arts to the Texas Hill Country, providing outreach programs for the youth of the community,
and offering scholarships to the future generation of performing artists.

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