Capital Campaign
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The Arts Council has expanded what it currently offers the Brazos Valley, its residents, and visitors. In October 2018, the Arts Council completed its move to its new home at 4180 Highway 6 South in College Station. The new facilities have more than doubled The Arts Council’s available exhibition space, serves as an arts destination and arts visitor center for the Brazos Valley, and provides significantly expanded opportunities for youth arts education programs.

There are opportunities to contribute to the Capital Campaign still available. For more information, please contact us at info@acbv.org.
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Leadership Gifts

Coleen & Jay Bradfield
Ann & Barry Satterwhite
City of College Station


Capital Campaign Contributors

Pam & Bob Smits
Sue Lee
Denise Bermudez
City of Bryan
Becky & B. Don Russell
Dr. Arthur Wolfe and the Wolfe Family
Schultz Engineering, LLC - Julie and Joe Schultz
SZH Architecture
Clark Isenhour Real Estate Services
Prosperity Bank
Sandi & Phil Trapani
Carol Scamardo
Jan Folse
Virginia Fox
Bille Tilson
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Naming Rights & Donor Recognition

The Arts Council capital campaign contributors have several exciting opportunities for facility naming rights and recognition. All donors contributing $10,000 or more will be recognized on our Donor Recognition Wall, situated in the main gallery entrance on the north side of the facility. Many space-specific facility naming rights are still available as well. The Arts Council also offers donors the opportunity for engraved bricks at the main entrance of the facility for those contributing $250-$9,999. All donations to The Arts Council are tax deductible in accordance with current IRS regulations. For more information on spaces available for naming rights or to make a general contribution to the campaign, please email deputy@acbv.org or call (979) 696-2787 today!

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Our New Home

We are excited that the new facilities have more than doubled our available exhibition space, as well as created an arts destination and visitor center for the Brazos Valley.

Key Features of the New Facility

  • A unique two-tier mezzanine gallery
  • Working studios for local artists with retail space
  • Expanded creation space for youth arts education programs
  • An outdoor venue for public art and live events
  • Meeting and creative spaces for the community
  • Additional office space for The Arts Council staff

Designs for renovation by SZH Architecture Construction by JaCody Contruction
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Navasota Artist In Residence
Ribbon cutting ceremony for opening of a new art exhibit
Camps and classes for local youth
Empty Bowls, Jr - raising funds for in-school food pantries and Arts Council programs
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