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Corporate Partnerships: Membership Levels and Benefits

 Benefactor ($25,000)

  • Recognition as an exhibition sponsor with corporate logo in the exhibition wall text, the museum’s monthly e-newsletter (circ. 18,000), the museum’s website (400,000 visitors/year), and in all printed exhibition materials.
  • Host two free private events at the museum (regularly $3,000 rental fee per event)
  • Private curatorial tour for up to 25 guests
  • Free admission for employees to members events, such as exhibition openings, biannual members breakfast and artist talk, and art fairs and programs throughout the year
  • Employee discount of 20% on purchases in the Museum Shop
  • Invitations for executives to VIP events
  • Prominent listing on the corporate donor plaque in the museum lobby and website
  • Recognition as a sponsor for the public program of your choice, with corporate logo in the museum’s monthly e-newsletter (circ. 18,000), the museum’s website (400,000 visitors/year), and in all printed program materials

Patron ($10,000)

  • Free admission for employees to members events, such as exhibition openings, biannual members breakfast and artist talk, and art fairs and programs throughout the year
  • Employee discount of 20% on purchases in the Museum Shop
  • Host one free private company event at the museum (regularly a $3,000 rental fee), and additional events at a reduced rental fee of $1,500.
  • Invitations for executives to VIP events
  • Prominent listing on the corporate donor plaque in the museum lobby and website
  • Recognition as a sponsor for the public program of your choice, with corporate logo in the museum’s monthly e-newsletter (circ. 18,000), the museum’s website (400,000 visitors/year), and in all printed program materials

For more information, please contact Elizabeth Kingman, deputy director for administration and development, at 212. 595. 9533, ext. 346, or ekingman@folkartmuseum.org.

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