See why corporate sponsorship today is more compelling than ever before.
Arts attendees and patrons agree that corporate sponsorship of the arts makes them more receptive to that sponsor's messaging, according to a 2011 report. Sponsoring the National Building Museum’s exhibitions and education programs is an effective marketing and business development tool for reaching a target audience of professionals in the built environment, policy makers, students, families, and more.
The Museum’s exhibitions and design-based education programs provide students, families, and visitors the opportunity to better understand the built world around them and their role in its future. Our dynamic exhibitions encourage thoughtful consideration of timely themes such as the greening of our nation's schools or the varied and interconnected meanings of "house" and "home." Our award-winning educational programs for students not only teach design, urban planning, and engineering, but they also challenge participants to learn creativity, teamwork, and confidence—all skills that business leaders seek in a 21st century workforce.
Current sponsorship opportunities include the below highlights. For more information about a specific opportunity, or a broader overview of the Museum’s corporate social responsibility program, please contact email@example.com or 202.272.2448.
HOT TO COLD: an odyssey of architectural adaptation
Opening January 24, 2015
HOT TO COLD: an odyssey of architectural adaptation will explore the architectural design process through the work of the dynamic Danish firm, BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group. A celebration of the global reach of Danish design, the exhibition will open in January 2015 and is expected to attract 50,000 visitors from the region and nationwide, including adults, young professionals, teens, and families. amBIGuity will provide a provocative glimpse behind the scenes of the firm's New York and Copenhagen offices. The exhibition will present BIG's thought process—from the first sketch to the completed building—revealing their unorthodox approach, methods, and processes.
The Museum’s award-winning teen programs are intense, focused opportunities for young people ages 11 to 18 to receive training on topics related to the building arts. By focusing on District neighborhoods, these programs give D.C. metropolitan area youth opportunities to address issues in urban design and planning relevant to their lives and communities.
For more information on a specific opportunity, or a broader overview of the Museum’s corporate social responsibility program, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 202.272.2448.
The National Building Museum is a nonprofit organization certified 501(c)(3) by the Internal Revenue Service. Contributions are tax-deductible to the maximum allowable extent of the law. The Museum's tax identification number is 52-1050999. To obtain a copy of the organization's most recent audited financial statement or other financial information, please call 202.272.2448.