- 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, the Greenville Arts Council’s Executive Director, Office Coordinator, & 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.
Eleanor F. Wright, Executive Director email: email@example.com
Sandra Stillman, Office Coordinator email: firstname.lastname@example.org
President- Hillary Boggs Washington County Economic Alliance, Controller
Vice President- Janet Benzing Delta Regional Medical Center, Executive Director of Ancillary Services
Treasurer- Jon Alverson Delta Democrat Times, Publisher
Secretary- Elisabeth Steele Greenville Travel/Let’s Travel
Ex-Officio- Walt Stephens Regions Bank, President
George King Suddenlink, General Manager
Clinton Pettiet Pettiet Agricultural Services, Inc.
Larkin Mitchell, M.D. Delta Regional Medical Center, Anesthesiologist
Dee Jones Hope Credit Union, Vice President Community & Economic Development
Kathy Bullard Greenville Golf and Country Club, Social Manager
M. Austin Frye 4th Court District, Assistant District Attorney
Breanna Horton Yard Cards, Owner
Wesley Smith Washington County CVB, Executive Director
Tamicko Fair Fourth Court District, District Manager