Our Supporters

Businesses, families and individuals who support the Southeast Texas Arts Council know that their assistance goes further and works harder than the typical directed arts dollar. That's because SETAC in turn administers support to so many organizations and endeavors that a donor can truly feel like a pillar for the art and culture scene in Southeast Texas!

B.A. & E.W. Steinhagen Benevolent Trust

Texas Commission on the Arts

Adalaide Balaban
Atofina Petrochemicals Inc.
Barnes and Noble
BASF Fina Petrochemicals
Betty Goins
Bob & Karen Wortham
Bruce and Katheryn Walker
Buddy Aucion
Capital One
Carrol & Susan Cross
Charleen Commings
Chevron Phillips
Chris and Erma Richter
Chuck and Becky Mason
David & Sharon Kosboth
Dr. & Mrs. Wesley Washburn
Dr. Daron Etie
Dr. Frank & Tammy Kotzur
Dr. H.H. Hiner, Jr.
Education First FCU
Exxon Mobil Foundation
Gary and Julie Stamey
Glen & Teri Morgan
Hebert Foundation
Ida McFaddin-Pyle
Imaginuity Interactive
James Dunaway
Jefferson County
Jerry and Patty Oltremari
Jobie Irvine
John and Marcia Stevens
John and Susan Chirafis
Jon Tritsch
Julian Salter Co.

Karyl Dunson
Leon and Bernadette Moncla
Links Inc. Golden Triangle
Marsha Woody Academy of Dance
Mary Carolyn Clophus
Mary Jane Garth
Mamie McFaddin Ward Heritage Foundation
MCM Elegante’
Michael & Michelle Reynolds
Montie and JoLynne Morgan
Motiva Enterprises LLC
Nell McCallum & Associates
Orange Community Players
Pat A. Riley, Jr.
Paul & Linda Robinson
Port Arthur Little Theater
Portia Levingston
Regina Rogers
Rita and Vijay Kusnoor
Rob Clark
Sallye Keith
Sam and Frances Bethea
Silsbee Little Theater
Silsbee Visitor Center
Stark Foundation
Steinhagen Charitable Trust
Suga’s Deep South Cuisine
Texas Commission on the Arts
The City of Beaumont
The City of Orange
The City of Port Arthur
Beaumont CVB
TOTAL Petrochemicals USA, Inc.
Wayne Dunham
Wells Fargo
William and Kristin Wheeler­

Support TCA: Get the Plate that Supports the Arts

TCA's State of the Arts license plate looks great on all kinds of vehicles, shows Texas pride, and supports public arts funding in Texas. Available at http://tinyurl.com/TXartsLP, the plate costs a mere $30 a year in addition to vehicle registration. $22 of the $30 fee goes into TCA's grants budget! TCA is grateful to the many Texas drivers who purchase the State of the Arts license plate, and to the wonderful arts organizations that help promote it to their patrons.