Supporters of the Arts Council of the Valley
Harrisonburg and greater Rockingham County boast a thriving arts community, one that has been fostered by the Arts Council of the Valley (ACV) since 2000. With the help of our supporters, ACV advances the arts in a variety of ways, including arts education and production through seed grants for the community.
To get involved, see our numerous opportunities for support listed below.
ACV Corporate Partners provide financial and in-kind support for numerous ACV programs.
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ACV Sponsors support one of four ACV projects:
- First Fridays Downtown
- Music Series
- Art Series
- Progressive Party
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Friends of the Arts
As a Friend of the Arts Council of the Valley, your annual contribution supports valley arts in all of its disciplines.
Friends of the Arts can contribute in five ways:
- Cast Member
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As an Artist Member, your annual contribution is used to fund ACV's Creative Inspiration grants, which are awarded annually to local artists. Artist Members receive various benefits, both monetary- and marketing-related, to support their continued artistic contributions to the community.
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Court Square Theater Memberships
Becoming a CST Member is your chance to show your support for Court Square Theater and the arts in your community. Memberships can be purchased for individuals or households.
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Save a seat campaign
After 18 years of seating our beloved Court Square Theater patrons for an exciting array of concerts, movies, live theater, comedy, and community events, our seats have had it.
Contributors to the Save A Seat campaign invest in our community by helping the Arts Council of the Valley meet our goal of $75,000 to replace the seats at Court Square Theater.
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