Wimberley has long been a muse to an array of artists. This quaint community with its breath-taking natural beauty inspires creativity and has become a magnet for arts and culture throughout the region. The arts – visual, performing, literary and culinary – are widely represented in the Wimberley Valley, and
have been for many generations. 

The Wimberley Valley Arts and Cultural Alliance was formed in 2013 by nearly two dozen businesses and organizations that work to promote the arts and culture in Wimberley. With the support of the Wimberley Valley Chamber of Commerce, which believes that art and culture foster economic viability,
WVACA was granted 501(3)c status in 2014.
WVACA applied for and was granted Cultural District Designation from the Texas Commission for the Arts in 2015. 


Wimberley was designated as a Texas Film-Friendly Community in 2019.  Click HERE for more info.
Our general meetings are held on the first Wednesday of each month at Middleton Brewing.  We'd love to have you join us!



The Wimberley Valley Arts and Cultural Alliance (WVACA) promotes a vibrant cultural arts community through appreciation, collaboration and education.

  • WVACA was formed in 2013 and established as a 501 (c) (3) in 2015.

  • WVACA brings together individual artists, visual, performing, literary and culinary artists and arts organizations and businesses as well as supporters of the arts. Our membership includes our local library, radio station and chamber of commerce. Recognizing that art in all forms enriches our community in a variety of ways, WVACA brings awareness and supports the Wimberley Valley as a place that honors and nurtures creativity.

Activities, Initiatives and Events

  • Completed "Bootiful Wimberley", a public art project in 2015. "Bootiful" consists of 50 6’ tall fiberglass cowboy boots, embellished by local artists and sponsored by various organizations, businesses and individuals. Visit www.bootifulwimberley.com for a map of the boot tour.

  • Awarded the Texas Cultural District designation by the Texas Commission on the Arts in September 2015. Currently, there are now 43 cultural districts located across the state.

  • Hosted Wimberley Alive, Music and Arts Festival in 2015 and 2016. The 2016 festival's "Empty Bowl" fundraiser for Wimberley's Crisis Bread Basket sold over 900 soup bowls largely decorated by local student and adult artisans.

  • Host local arts events such as Wings Over Wimberley and the Storytelling Fest.

  • Launch new initiatives such as Wimberley Area Writers

  • Participate in the annual Wimberley ISD’s STEAM Fair to raise awareness of the various arts groups in the Wimberley Valley and to encourage students of all ages to participate in the arts.

  • Hold monthly board meetings on the first Tuesday of each month at 8:15am at the Visitor Center.

  • Hold monthly general meetings and social gatherings at Middleton Brewing first Wednesday of the month, 5-7 pm – open to all!

  • Participate in the Annual Independence Day Parade with a decorated float.

  • Create and distribute the "Second Saturday Gallery Trail" brochure.

  • Maintains a schedule of member arts events on www.wimberleyarts.org and promote via Facebook

  • Provide promotional opportunities for business and non-profit members

  • Print "Bootiful Wimberley" t-shirts offered for sale at the Visitor Center, 14100 Ranch Road 12.



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