The mission of the Asian American Resource Center (AARC) is to provide cultural spaces, resources, services, and educational programs through an Asian American Pacific Islander perspective that bring Austin's diverse communities together. The center includes a Grand Ballroom, Community and Meeting Rooms, Resource Library and Computer Lab, Zen Garden Interior Courtyard, Foyer and Great Lawn. The AARC offers a range of programs, special events, exhibits and workshops throughout the year open to the public, as well as facility rentals available.
The Dougherty Arts Center (DAC) is a multi-arts center that contributes to a vibrant and inclusive Austin through powerful arts education, community engagement and provision of creative spaces. The DAC features a 150 seat proscenium theatre, a 2000 square foot public gallery, afterschool arts education for youth and professionally-taught art classes for adults (and teens age 15 and up with parent permission).
The Elisabet Ney Museum is the former studio and portrait collection created by 19th century sculptor Elisabet Ney. The museum offers a range of educational programs, exhibits, special events, workshops and lectures throughout the year.
The George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center is dedicated to the collection, preservation, research and exhibition of African-American historical and cultural material. The museum offers gallery and online exhibits, programs, classes, theatre productions and a genealogy center.
The mission of the Susanna Dickinson Museum is to preserve the home and legacy of Battle of the Alamo survivor Susanna Dickinson and to celebrate Texas’ historical heritage by providing programs and educational resources to the citizens of Austin and its visitors..