WACO CULTURAL ARTS FEST
2019 Volunteer Registration IS OPEN!
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October 4-6, 2019 Downtown Waco at Indian Spring Park & the Waco Convention Center
A Fun, Imaginative, Interdisciplinary Approach to Art & Culture
Doris Miller Centenary Celebration
benefiting the Doris Miller Memorial
Dietrick Haddon and William Murphy III
Keith “WonderBoy” Johnson
The Levites, Waco Community Choir
and The Rhema Choir
Saturday, 12 October, 6:30 p.m.
The Grand Lodge of Texas, 715 Columbus Avenue, Waco
The 2019 Waco WordFest Anthology features 100 poets from
SIX countries – Nigeria, India, Canada, Australia, USA, and England.
USA poets are from: Texas, California, New York, Connecticut, Michigan, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Kansas, New Jersey, Washington, Illinois, Oklahoma, Kentucky, & Rhode Island.
The public reading of the anthology by the individual poets in attendance who wrote each poem will be 7-9 pm on October 5, 2019 in the Texas Room of the Waco Convention Center. This event is open to the public!
For times and specific information, please visit the specific pages for our Festivals within a Festival events:
We believe in supporting the arts and arts education all year. In our goal to bring the arts to all sections of Waco, we partner with groups during the school year and summer to provide art programming to students of all ages.
- Art at the ARC: Summer Art Camp in collaboration with the Arc of McLennan County for students with autism and cerebral palsy
- The Opportunity Center: Arts partner for the ARC of McLennan County’s Opportunity Center, which teaches independent-living skills and entrepreneurship to young people with Autism-spectrum disorders through the Arts
Do you have a project or program we should know about? Please share it with us.
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