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Downtown Bryan Association

Downtown Bryan Association

The Downtown Bryan Association (DBA) in a non-profit organization whose role and responsibility is to coordinate and oversee the growth and development of the historic, arts and cultural districts of the city of Bryan. Their Mission is to create, cultivate, and showcase the commerce, culture, and community of our Downtown District by preserving the past and building a vibrant future.


Contact: info@downtownbryan.com or 979 822-4920;
 
KAMU-FM

KAMU-FM

KAMU-FM, an NPR affiliate, provides area residents with over 6500 hours of classical, jazz, public affairs, news and dramatic programs each year.

Contact: busofcstaff@kamu.tamu.edu or 979 845-5611
 
KEOS Brazos Educational Radio

KEOS Brazos Educational Radio

KEOS, Brazos Educational Radio, is committed to the creation of musical, cultural and informational radio broadcasting by and for a public of diverse cultures, ages, income levels and backgrounds that are under-served and under-represented by other area media.

Contact: keos@keos.org or 979 779-5367
 
Saint Michael's Episcopal School

Saint Michael's Episcopal School

Saint Michael’s Episcopal School
Saint Michael’s Episcopal School, historically known as Saint Michael’s Academy, is a school for children of all faiths and nations, providing a classical, college preparatory curriculum and firmly embedded in the Episcopal school tradition. They are committed to academic excellence and the growth of each child in learning, character, and faith, or, as it appears on the school seal: Scientia, Pietas, Fides.

Contact: info@stmes.net or 979 822-2715
 
Arts & Culture Interest Group, TAMU Women’s Club

Arts & Culture Interest Group, TAMU Women’s Club

Arts & Culture Interest Group each year develops a new diverse program of social events for women connected with the Texas A&M University. The program includes events to support many artistic endeavors, such as hands-on craft workshops, guided tours to galleries and museums, attending invited speakers’ presentations, and many others, locally and out of town.

Contact: tamuartsandculture@gmail.com
 
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