Become A Corporate Sponsor Today
Among the assets of a thriving, progressive business community is a regional art center. Research suggests that art and culture strengthen a community’s economy through increased tourism, professional and business recruitment, and retirement relocation.
Over 50 years ago, Medford was described as a “cultural desert.” The founders of the Rogue Gallery & Art Center agreed to do all they could to change that. And change they have. Certainly, no one today could call Medford a cultural desert! With the Rogue Gallery & Art Center as a pioneer, and with the development of other vital organizations, southern Oregon has become “one of the most desirable places to do business, live and retire” in the nation! (According to Entrepreneur Magazine, Forbes Magazine, New York Times and Money Magazine)
If you would like to continue the legacy of the culture-loving businesses that helped RGAC become what it is today, consider sponsoring an exhibition or education program today.
The Rogue Gallery & Art Center is known regionally for presenting high quality art exhibitions annually, featuring established regional artists as well as those emerging in their careers. Exhibitions of cultural and social relevance and those spotlighting a specific medium or an artistic process are regularly scheduled. Public programs accompany the exhibitions in various forms: docent tours, lectures, and demonstrations that offer informative and educational components within which to better understand and appreciate art techniques, styles, and the societal importance of art.
Your Funding Provides:
Exhibition Sponsorship Options:
$2,000 Exhibition Premier Sponsor (exclusive sponsor of one Main Gallery exhibition)
$1,000 Exhibition Co-Sponsor (shared sponsor of one Main Gallery Exhibition)
$ 500 Exhibition Programming Sponsor (for one artist talk/demo, lecture, film screening, docent tour, etc.)
The Rogue Gallery & Art Center’s education program targets both professional artists and new and younger students with classes and workshops in traditional and new art techniques. The Artist Teen Mentoring Project serves teen artists through workshops, studio sessions, and mentoring by professional artists. Children’s art classes and camps provide discipline-based study that fills a gap left vacant in public education in recent years. Grant funding, sponsorships, and donations make it possible to keep costs low and allow those who need financial assistance to attend quality art classes.
Your Funding Provides:
Education Sponsorship Options:
$ 500 Summer Camp Sponsor (for one children’s summer art camp)
$ 250 Mentor Sponsor (support one teen through the Artist Teen Mentoring Project)
$ 250 After School Art Studio Sponsor (support one session of afterschool art for elementary school children)
To learn more about becoming a corporate sponsor contact our Development Director.