The Aggieland Art Trail
The Aggieland Art Trail spans the entire Bryan-College Station area, showcasing art galleries, public art and installation in our community, including the Texas A&M University campus, and the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum.
The Aggieland Art Trail kickoff event took place on September 11, 2021 starting early with breakfast at the POV Coffee House at the Stella Hotel in Bryan, Texas. At the end of the day, participants, gallery owners, City government officials and VAS members gathered at the Wyndham College Station for a reception and a lively silent auction.
Throughout the year, visitors and residents can use the information provided on this website to visit stops along the trail and take in the art found in Bryan-College Station.
The Aggieland Art Trail is part of the volunteer mission of the Visual Art Society of Bryan-College Station for supporting art and artists in the Bryan-College Station area. The Aggieland Art Trail showcases the art of our community in a new, exciting, self-guided format. It was created in 2021 by members of the Visual Art Society of B-CS, a fifty-year-old, all volunteer, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.
An ACBV Annual Programing and Marketing Grant in 2020-21 jump-started the idea which evolved into a map brochure and virtual guide to the local public art in our community. Everyone can now access information about the public art at Texas A&M University, Veteran’s Park and the cities of Bryan and College Station never before compiled in one website. Also included in the Aggieland Art Trail are 12 galleries and museums and 36 businesses including over 100 murals, statues and sculptures! Our organization realizes the potential to build the local economy and art awareness by continuing to promote the art in our community through this self-guided art trail.