The Mint Museum’s sponsorship program offers exclusive benefits designed to complement a corporation’s strategic marketing objectives and provide a unique outlet to achieve those objectives. Sponsorships are highly-customized, providing a wealth of opportunities to build brand awareness, engage new and existing clients, and have meaningful impact on arts and culture. Sponsorships may support one or more of the following programs:
Exhibition sponsorship grants the highest level of exposure and visibility for companies to thousands of visitors to the museum and larger community. Varying in size, exhibitions offer the most strategic and impact ways for companies to achieve their marketing goals.
Each year, the museum implements dozens of education programs designed to serve individuals of all ages. Patrons of the Mint’s education programs enjoy artists and historian lectures, curator tours, Sunday Fundays, Lewis Family Gallery activities, Saturday Art Sessions, special musical performances, and more. Please click here to review the current listing of education programs available for sponsorship.
Support for outreach programs provide funding for artist residencies, scholarships for summer art camps, internship programs, the Grier Heights project, and programs designed to reach underrepresented and underserved populations.
Annually, the museum hosts a number of events designed to celebrate exhibitions and create opportunities for members to engage with the art. Events include the member hours and previews, the annual gala, the children’s holiday party, Party in the Park, Yappy Hour, and Crown Society receptions and programs.
Publications and Marketing
Help the museum spread the word about all of its activities and events by sponsoring a publication. Examples include our museum magazine, the Crown Society newsletter and events materials, flyers, invitations, and more.
The Mint Museum thanks its
Corporate Sponsors for their support:
For more information, please contact Elizabeth Neuman, Director of Corporate & Foundation Relations, at 704.337.2010 or via email.