Fine Arts Sponsor
The fine arts are those arts that emphasize the refined artistic talents of individuals or collectives of individuals creating art that changes the conceptions of current art trends, has the potential to change the face of the art world and perhaps contributes to subtle changes within society. The fine arts category embraces different styles of art, from paintings to drawing, music, and architecture. Fine arts sponsors contribute to the success of buildings, museums, art galleries, concert halls and arts institutes as well as other establishments that showcase the fine arts.
Sponsorships for the fine arts are helpful in that they contribute to the funding of shows for public viewing. Museums find fine art sponsorships particularly helpful in supporting exhibitions of great works. This type of sponsorship can be very valuable to corporate sponsors of fine arts due to the association of the art show and the corporation. If the show is particularly successful or much anticipated, then the corporation may only benefit from exposure that sponsoring fine art exhibitions brings. Advertising though print ads in publications of the up coming event, radio announcements with sponsorship information provided, banners and signs and associated products as well as programs giving credit to the corporation sponsoring the event.
Fine arts sponsorships may range in cost from thousands to millions. These funds allocated for the support and marketing strategies for paintings, sculptures, architectural creations such as business buildings, arts institutions and venues, institutions of higher learning, musical halls and outdoor facilities to showcase the fine arts, as well as photography exhibitions. There are sponsors for fine arts as well for exhibitions of preserved masterpieces. One example is that artists such as Michelangelo and Leonardo daVinci, Rembrandt, Carvaggio, Matisse, Cezanne, Kandinsky, and O'Keefe, are all painters whose works tour and through the sponsorship of wealthy patrons of the arts and corporations who sponsor fine arts exhibits, these works are made available for public viewing.
Fine arts sponsorships are also available for universities to hold activities around fine arts accomplishments. Shows, lectures, additions to universities and colleges in the forms of buildings, art studios, photography labs and equipment and other necessary updates and additions advance the student's and professor's abilities to improve their fine arts contributions.