• Visual Art Society
    Bryan-College Station

    promoting the creation and appreciation of visual arts throughout the Brazos Valley.

  • “Libelle” by Charlotte Zimmermann
    First Place – Student Division

  • “Spearhead Mesa Storm Light, Monument Valley” by Mark Sadoski
    First Place – Semi-Professional

  • “White Crackle Raku Bowl” by Gabrielle Killough
    First Place – Non-Professional

  • “Requited Love” by Cindy Malota
    First Place – Adult Student

  • “Aaand They’re Off!” by Joana Rocha
    First Place – Professional

  • “Pair Ties for Two” by Jami Bevans
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ACTIVITIES & EVENTS

Meetings, Markets, Community Events! See what’s happening in the arts for our area.

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What We Do

Social Events

We hold monthly meetings, September – June, where artists and art lovers alike meet for a light meal and to hear from our guest artist presenter.

Date: 1st Monday (unless it’s a holiday)

Times: 11:30 am – 1:00pm (ODD # Months: Sep, Nov, Jan, Mar, May); 5:30pm – 7:00pm (EVEN # Months: Oct, Dec, Feb, Apr, Jun)

Where: 930 N. Rosemary Dr., Bryan TX

See our meeting calendar with featured artist information.

Lifelong Learning Opportunities

We help artists continue to grow their skills through:

  • multi-day workshops
  • one-day classes
  • free webinars

We are committed to helping our members be lifelong learners!

Community Events

The Aggieland Art trail was created from the vision and efforts of Visual Art Society members. Financial support from the Arts Council of the Brazos Valley and the cities of Bryan and College Station provided initial resources for the website at aggielandarttrail.com.

The Aggieland Art Trail spans the entire Bryan-College Station area, with stops showcasing art galleries, public art and installations in our community, including the Texas A&M University campus, and the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum.

Shows & Exhibitions

We hold two art shows annually – a members’ only show each autumn and a judged show each spring. We also partner with several local businesses to allow our members to display their work inside the hotel, winery or event center.

Opportunities to Sell Art

Members can choose to participate in local art markets, exhibitions in local businesses and to make work available for purchase during art shows. Check the CALENDAR for the next opportunity.

College Scholarships

Each year, the Visual Art Society accepts applications for scholarships from local high school graduates who plan an art-related career path. LEARN MORE