Celebrate the Arts

Date: September 1, 2022
Location: The Hilton, 801 University Drive East, College Station, TX 77840
Time: 6:00 PM
 

 

 

Centerpieces

Calling all artists! We're looking for centerpieces for our Celebrate the Arts event in September. Exhibitors will receive recognition in the program and tent card on table.

The height of your art should allow for sight across the table. White tablecloths will be floor length with a black overlay. If you wish to sell your art, a tasteful tent card will be provided. Security will be provided upon installation and throughout the evening and exhibitors and their art will be checked in and checked out.

For more information, contact info@acbv.org.

Celebrate the Arts is The Arts Council’s largest and most important fundraiser of the year. The proceeds raised during the event help The Arts Council achieve its mission of making the arts accessible to all citizens and visitors of the Brazos Valley.

Over the past year alone, The Arts Council has awarded over $400,000 in direct funding support to Brazos Valley non-profit arts, culture, and heritage organizations. In addition, The Arts Council provides much needed arts education opportunities to youth in our community including scholarships to graduating high school seniors with the desire to continue their arts education.

Become a Celebrate the Arts Sponsor

Sponsorship is a partnership between The Arts Council of Brazos Valley and organizations/individuals passionate about the arts. Sponsors gain recognition for supporting the arts while The Arts Council can continue its mission of making the arts accessible to the Brazos Valley. 

 

2022 Celebrate the Arts Sponsors

Presto

Becky and B. Don Russell

 

Allegro

Brazos County

Bryan Broadcasting

City of Bryan

City of College Station

City of Navasota

Coleen Bradfield

David Gardner

Jeremy Osborne

Jeremy Osborne, Patricia Burchfield, & Brent Maxwell

KAGS

KBTX

Sue Lee

The Texas A&M University System - Office of the Chancellor

 

Adagio

Stephine Sale & Jim Singleton

The Texas A&M University System - Office of the President

VeraBank

 

Lento

Bottom Line Bookkeeping

Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History

Brazos Valley Symphony Association

Friends of Chamber Music

The Theatre Company of Bryan/College Station

VeraBank

 

2022 Awardees

 

 

2022 Raffle Tickets

Buy raffle tickets here!

In this raffle, enter to win a David Yurman Solari Triple Drop Earring in 18k Yellow Gold with a Pavé Diamond Wrap ($4,000 value).

By entering into our raffle, you not only gain the chance to win these beautiful earrings, donated by David Gardner’s Jewelers and Gemology, but you also support the Arts Council in providing:

·         arts education to at-risk and underserved youth in our area,
·         kids helping kids program with Empty Bowls, Jr. to support local in-school food pantries,
·         rural grants to our affiliates in underserved areas,
·         employment opportunities for local artists and residency opportunities for artists around the world,
·         free gallery shows to the public,
·         funding and professional development opportunities for affiliate arts and culture organizations in the Brazos Valley
·         support to strengthen the arts and culture- friendly community through impactful artistic programs to enhance the quality of life in the Brazos Valley,
·         and more!

 

*The Raffle Drawing will take place on September 1, 2022 at the Celebrate the Arts Event
**Winner need not be present to win
***All proceeds benefit The Arts Council of Brazos Valley, a 501 (c)(3) organization.
****The Arts Council, as part of the prize, will pay witholding tax in accordance with IRS raffle rules on behalf of the winner

About This Year's Entertainment

The Killer Dueling Pianos offers live mobile dueling pianos shows entertainment for weddings, corporate events, fundraisers, casinos, birthday parties, and special occasions across the United States. The pianists will accept requests in exchange for tips throughout the evening. All tips will be donated to The Arts Council.