Algerita Arts Center

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History of the Algerita

Post Art Guild 
Meetings
Spring Art Show
Quilt Show


Kid's 'N Art
Children's Art
Weekly classes

Caprock Cultural Association
Arts Ala Carte
Umbrella for History and Arts

Special Exhibits:


Just one block east of the "Red Light" on Main 
                    131 Main Street in Post, Texas 

The Algerita Arts Center is the home of Visual Arts in Post.  The building is on the National Register of Historic Buildings:  Built in 1907 by founder C. W. Post as a hotel to accommodate prospective customers of farms, business and city properties. 

Time took its toll on the majestic building until in 1984, enterprising volunteers from the Post Art Guild with financial help from the Caprock Cultural Association, created and opened the Algerita Arts Center.

 Center Activities are varied: including art,  photography shows, demonstrations, meetings, classes and workshops, dinner parties and other events. A valuable addition to help develop talents and enhancing arts development in Post.

ARTS CENTER GRAND OPENING IN 1984
History of the Algerita
History of the old Algerita Hotel
        The native stone, two story, old Algerita Hotel in Post was the center of settlement and development activity when C. W. Post colonized in Garza County in 1907-13.  The Hotel,  known throughout West Texas, for fine accommodations.  City founder, C. W. Post initiated the construction the elegant Hotel to serve the traveling businessmen of the era. was completed on July 17, 1908.
        The early settlers' families staying at the Hotel, watched as the men drove cattle down Main Street  from the train depot to settle the rich farmlands of the Plains.
         The lower front portion of the Algerita, now the Algerita Art Center serves as the meeting place, studio, and exhibit space for art organizations that host  major exhibits, juried shows, and  workshops, attracting many visitors to Post, Texas. 
 The 90 year old building was one of the first structures in Post.  It was saved from destruction in 1978 by the Garza County Heritage Association, and after two renovation efforts, the lower floor was returned to usefulness in 1984.  

Algerita Arts Center
131 East Main Street
Post, Texas 79356


"Quilt Show"
Annual Fall Show
for quilts and
fiber arts


"Bon Voyage Party"
 A fun way to highlight and promote talents, events and needs.


Workshops and Demostrations
excite artists