- Greenville Arts Council was founded in 1983.
- The ROGER D. MALKIN GALLERY was created by funds from The Deer Creek Foundation in 2006.
- GAC moved into E. E. Bass Cultural Arts Center on Main Street in 2007, from the Wetherbee House.
- 2007 was also the year that E. E. Bass Cultural Arts Center became home to Greenville’s 1901 Armitage-Herschell Carousel after its restoration.
- Today Greenville Arts Council’s Executive Director, Programs Director, & its Board of Directors maintain itself as well as the E. E. Bass Education & Development Foundation, E. E. Bass Cultural Arts Center grounds, its Malkin Gallery, & the historic carousel.
- Benjamin Luckett
- Programs and Arts in Education Coordinator- firstname.lastname@example.org
President- Walt Stephens Regions Bank, President
Vice President- Hillary Boggs Washington County Economic Alliance, Controller
Treasurer- Jon Alverson Delta Democrat Times, Publisher
Secretary- Melissa Moyse Delta Regional Medical Center, Safety Officer/Emergency Management Coordinator
Ex-Officio- Noel Harris Harris Law Firm
Terri Lane Community Foundation of Washington County
Elisabeth Steele Greenville Travel/ Let’s Travel
Clinton Pettiet Pettiet Agricultural Services, Inc.
Larkin Mitchell, M.D. Delta Regional Medical Center, Anesthesiologist
Bryan Thomas CB&S, Branch Sales Leader, Vice President
M. Austin Frye 4th Court District, Assistant District Attorney
Janet Benzing Delta Regional Medical Center, Executive Director
Wesley Smith Washington County CVB, Executive Director