Sponsoring an event or program is a highly visible way to support the Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum. Aligning your brand or putting your name on temporary exhibitions, educational programs, or one of our popular events provides recognition in printed materials, in press releases, and on the Museum’s website, while making a statement that you care about the importance of the arts in the Great Lakes Bay Region. Please consider these sponsorship opportunities:
Annually, the Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum brings three or four temporary art exhibitions by well-known Michigan, national and international artists, and humanities exhibitions like Mingled Visions: Images from the North American Indian Collection by Edward S. Curtis to the Museum. Presenting sponsors provide critical funding for the fulfillment of this important element of our mission. Consider being a sponsor of one of the upcoming exhibitions that you can read about here.
Call Megan McAdow at (989)964-7154 to learn how you can be an exhibition sponsor.
Annually teachers in Bay, Genesee, Midland, Saginaw and Tuscola counties are invited to bring their students to the Museum for exhibition and sculpture garden tours, as well as an art activity in the classroom. For one day from 9:00-2:00, the museum is filled with the sound of eager children wanting to see and learn as much as possible in a short period of time. Be a sponsor of one or more of these schools whose students want to learn at the Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum.
Contact Andrea Ondish at (989)964-7096 or email@example.com to learn how you can sponsor
Each year the Museum hosts one of the BEST events in the Great Lakes Bay Region, Saints, Sinners and… All proceeds from this event support the Museum’s educational and exhibition programs. The 2017 Saints, Sinners and Safari gala will be held on October 6 at the Museum.
Contact Laurie Allison at (989)964-7082 or firstname.lastname@example.org to learn how you can be a sponsor of the region’s BEST event of the year.
You would be astounded to know how many teachers are unable to take their students on field trips because funding is so limited. The Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum is able to provide transportation subsidies to schools, thanks to generous sponsorship donations. Because of generous sponsors, the number of students who come to the Museum has increased 50% since we began the transportation subsidy program a few years ago. A $1,800 sponsorship makes it possible for us to subsidize 20 trips, bringing 800 students to the Museum.
Contact Andrea Ondish at (989)964-7096 or email@example.com to learn how you can sponsor Transportation Subsidies to Schools.
Did you ever go to summer camp? If you did, you know how rewarding and fun it is. Kids who attend summer art camp at the Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum enjoy the opportunity to create sculptures with modeling compound, plaster sand-cast faces, African papier-mâché masks, tetrahedron kites, and their own T-shirt design with three-dimensional paints, under the tutelage of SVSU art education majors. One $165 sponsor can pay for 1 child to spend a full week at summer art camp at the Museum.
Call Andrea Ondish at (989)964-7096 to learn how you can be a sponsor of the Summer Art Camp Scholarship Program and make a young boy or girl very happy.