Where Art Builds Community
Kathryn Tucker Windham Tale Tellin\' Festival

2016.08.28, Sunday
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  • Tale-Tellin’ 2016

    Alabama’s Kathryn Tucker Windham Tale-Tellin’ Festival will be held on Oct. 14-15 in Selma.  Norton Dill, Suzi ...

  • Upcoming Events

    It’s time to mark your calendars because ArtsRevive is bringing you a lot of artistic action this fall and ...

  • Celebrating the Art of Paper

    Celebrating the Art of Paper will commemorate the 50th anniversary of Riverdale Mill, International Paper’s ...

  • July 2016 Newsletter

    Keep informed!  Below is a copy of the July 2016 newsletter from ArtsRevive.  Please click on the photo to download ...


2016.08.02, Tuesday
goals progress

Investing in Selma

Our goal is to create a vibrant and engaging community space. Completing the transformation of the Carneal Building into a true Arts and Culture Center is our first priority. An old auto service center, the Carneal Building has anchored the west end of Water Avenue for many years.

Through hundreds of volunteer hours, ArtsRevive has rejuvenated the building into a space for art shows, performances, and community events. However, the building could better fulfill its potential. In its 2009 Comprehensive Plan, the City of Selma identified ArtRevive’s Carneal Building as the anchor for the future Arts and Culture District. Our goal is to create a communal space that fosters  artists, inspires students, engages adults, and bolsters the existing cultural infrastructure.

For more information on our Capital Campaign or to check our progress, please click here.