Asian American Resource Center- Cultural Space, Resource, and Educational Programs
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Centrally located near 183, I-35 and 290 is the Asian American Resource Center (AARC). This multi-use facility features a 5,000 square foot ballroom, spacious Great Lawn for outdoor festivals, a foyer for receptions, six classrooms, two community rooms, library/computer lab, conference room, and cultural exhibitions/display spaces. 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 brings Austin’s diverse communities together.
From cultural performances and galas in the ballroom to networking mixers in the foyer and meetings and workshops in the classrooms, AARC may be a location option for your next event. The AARC is available for a wide variety of indoor and outdoor rentals including community events, non-profit events, business events, meetings, lectures, classes, banquets, and more. Priority is given to events that support the AARC mission. Events that do not support the AARC mission will be given consideration 90 days prior to the rental date if the desired space is available. The AARC does not rent space for life, family or personal events such as weddings, birthdays, quinceañeras, family reunions and social gatherings. This allows more space availability for community organized events.
Non-profits, community groups and individuals may suggest a program that is relevant to AARC and Parks and Recreation Department’s mission, values and audience. Collaborative programs must be offered to the public free of charge.
Adult and Youth Educational Program Positions
The AARC accepts applications for youth and adult program instructors year round. The AARC is interested to hear from instructors specializing in the following areas: computers/technology, cultural crafts, fitness/wellness, dance, culinary arts, animation, game development, painting, drawing, and graphic design. Proposals for other classes, workshops and programs not currently offer are welcomed.
Become a Volunteer
Volunteers work directly with the community and provide support in a number of ways.
For inquiries, call (512) 974-1700, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.