The Art of Sponsorship
Sponsorship opportunities at the Currier come in all shapes and sizes. Your support allows us to continue to serve as New Hampshire’s gathering place to celebrate art and community. Thank you!
Working with you, we will develop a sponsorship opportunity that provides you access to the Museum’s collections, exhibitions and special events. It is important to us that we align with your philanthropic goals to make the most of your investment. Sponsoring an exhibition, public program, art education initiative, or a social event at the Currier Museum of Art is the perfect way for you to create one-of-a-kind experiences with art for your valued clients and employees while positively impacting our community.
Learn how you can join us in making art an exciting and accessible experience to all! Contact Tricia Soule or call 603-669-6144 ext: 149
Kimon S. & Anne C. Zachos Exhibition Fund; Robert & Dorothy Goldberg Charitable Foundation; Pamela A. Harvey; Harold Janeway; Jack & Dorothy Byrne Foundation
Public Programs Sponsorship
Bank of New Hampshire; Lincoln Financial Group; Riverstone Resources, LLC; Nashua West Rotary Club; Arthur Getz Trust; Robert & Dorothy Goldberg Charitable Foundation Sheehan Phinney; NH Council on the Arts; Jane’s Trust; The Brown Foundation, Inc. Heineman Foundation; Dorson Family Foundation; Art Center Annual Fund
Bruce and Rose Marie McColl Family; Cogswell Benevolent Trust; New Hampshire Council on the Arts
Currier After Hours
Free New Hampshire Saturdays
Free School Vacation Weeks
Noon Year’s Eve
Art Education Sponsorship
Heart of the Arts Gala
Earn and Learn Teen Volunteers
Currier Community Partners Program
Library and Archives Sponsorship
Library and Archives sponsorship opportunities range from acquisition funds for research materials to focused digitization projects such as our online library DigitalCurrier which provides free access to hundreds of publications to users around the globe. Sponsors might also support the library and archives focus exhibition program.
Maria K. Graubart Fund; Trust Family Foundation; Visual Resources Association Foundation; John Swope
General Operating Support
Provided by New Hampshire State Council on the Arts