Greenville Honors Its Own
Thank you to our GHIO Sponsors!
Lee & Lee, P.A., CPAs
Judy & Clarke Reed
Guaranty Bank & Trust
Rotary Club of Greenville
The Delta Group
The Greenville Arts Council is hosting its annual banquet, Greenville Honors Its Own, March 22nd, 2019. There we will showcase the outstanding winners of our various categories. To attend this banquet, please pay for your seating through one of our options below and then call our office at 662-332-2246 to specify who you are reserving a seat for.
Purchase one seat to attend Greenville Honors Its Own
Purchase two seats to attend Greenville Honors Its Own.
Purchaser's name listed in event program, on site display of sponsorship, and two reserved seats at Greenville Honors Its Own
$500 – $1,999
All bronze sponsor benefits, sponsor name recognition at table, five reserved seats at Greenville Honors Its Own
All silver sponsor benefits, eight reserved seats at Greenville Honors Its Own
Platinum sponsor: $5,000 and up
All gold sponsor benefits, twelve reserved seats at Greenville Honors Its Own
$5,000 and up
Greenville Honors Its Own Winners
Bruce Blackman- Georgie Fisher Lifetime Achievement Award
Luctrician Johnson Booth Hamilton- Artist of the Year Award
Junior Auxiliary of Greenville- Chuck Jordan Lifetime Contribution to the Arts Award
Mitchell Distributing of Leland- Business Award
Greenville Renaissance Scholars- Arts in Education
Judy Long- Bert Miller Volunteer Award
The mission of the Greenville Arts Council is to promote the rich cultural heritage of the region and stimulate and encourage cultural activities, arts appreciation, arts education, and the creative works of artists.
We strive to continue our mission through housing local artist’s studio spaces, hosting gallery exhibitions year-round of local/regional artists, coordinate student and teacher learning arts-workshops, and opening our auditorium doors for artistic, cultural activities.
The Greenville Arts Council is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) charitable organization that works in public/private partnership with the City of Greenville and the Washington County Convention & Visitors Bureau. Our agency also receives public funding from the Mississippi Arts Commission, a state agency and National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency. Additionally, our programs and services are supported by private foundations, corporate donors, our volunteer board of directors, and individuals committed to cultural development in the city.
Individuals can contribute on many levels. Membership is a great and affordable way to support the work of the arts council on an annual basis and has many valuable benefits. Be sure to check out our Membership opportunities & join us in our mission to support the arts. Membership Details
Volunteering with the Greenville Arts Council is a wonderful way to contribute something positive to your community and to feed your own creativity at the same time. The E.E. Bass Cultural Arts Center is an exciting place to be! There is always something going on, and here one can witness all of the varied art forms in action. There are opportunities to help GAC & E. E. BASS FOUNDATION set-up/break-down events, organize materials/supplies, clear out the old to bring in the new, file paperwork, assist in answering phones, & much more. Simply contact Whitney Turnipseed or Benjamin Luckett, let us know what your schedule can accommodate, or click here to submit your schedule by clicking the “VOLUNTEER” button below.