The mission of the Brentwood Art Society is to encourage, support and develop art and cultural programs to benefit the City of Brentwood community. 


Shortly after the formation of the City of Brentwood Arts Commission, a group of individuals formed the Brentwood Art Society. The specific purpose for which this nonprofit corporation was formed is to raise funds for art and cultural support through various events within Brentwood and through membership. The Art Society's purpose is to create art in the community, promote public support and participation for the arts in Brentwood through the encouragement of the private sector and local educational institutions.
By April 2001, the Brentwood Art Society was formed with Jan Melloni, Ron Beatty, Joe Trebino, Chris Robinson and Helen Myers. Some months later, articles of incorporation were submitted to the State of California, followed soon by elected officers and an accepted By-laws with BAS, 1st President Jan Melloni, Treasurer Joe Trebino, Secretary Ron Beatty. 
Membership in the Brentwood Art Society is now done through the various community organizations that it supports with funds from the "Brentwood Art, Wine and Jazz Festival". Please read below about these organizations and consider becoming a member of them.

JOIN Art Guild of the Delta!

The "Art Guild of the Delta" will bring together people with a mutual interest in the fine arts while promoting camaraderie and ethical principles and practices, as well as fostering creativity among artists. Art Guild of the Delta will be of service to the community by providing a cohesive and congenial group who promote arts and advancement in all areas of artistic endeavors. [Learn more]

VOLUNTEER for Art, Wine, & Jazz Festival

The "Art, Wine & Jazz Festival" is weekend event that is open free of charge. It is the largest annual fundraiser of the Brentwood Art Society, which supports and contributes to continuing arts programs, organizations and events in the community. [Learn more]

  ATTEND Open Mic 

Free and open to the public, "Open Mic" is a monthly forum celebrating the written word by inviting participants to read aloud works of prose, poetry, short story, nonfiction and other creative work. Original or published works are welcomed. Everyone is invited, whether performing or listening and enjoying. [Learn more]


Join the more than 100 parents and community volunteer Art Docents who introduce elementary and middle students to the masters of art and introduce the fundamentals of art through classroom lessons. [Learn more]