Sponsoring Artistic, Cultural and Intellectual Programming at Fairfield University
The Fairfield University Arts & Minds Season of world-class programming and educational outreach to the region offers the corporate community a unique opportunity to support the arts - a key component in the quality of life of our communities - and at the same time, achieve high visibility with the more than 35,000 patrons who attend more than 200 events annually. The Arts & Minds Season corporate investment opportunity is a tremendous resource for increasing visibility for your firm or organization.
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Arts & Minds Season
The annual Arts & Minds season of events at Fairfield provides an outstanding array of cultural and intellectual events that include the Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts season, the popular Open VISIONS Forum lecture series, professional and student performances, art exhibits, special lectures, and myriad other lifelong learning opportunities.
The Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts offers exceptional performing arts and entertainment programming annually, including classical, jazz, and world music concerts, dance and theatre performances, family programming, National Theatre of London and The Met: Live in HD broadcasts, and other special events.
The Open VISIONS Forum is a special series designed to "engage the mind." Its mission is to present a broad range of perspectives and interests of the University's students and faculty with the wide general interests of our regional audience. Through an ongoing series of lively and informative lectures, these "public conversations" present: eminent opinion-makers, artists, authors, civic and political commentators and learner contributors to the humanities and sciences.
Art Exhibits & Collections
The Thomas J. Walsh, Jr. Art Gallery, located in the Quick Center features year-round exhibitions of noted artists from around the world along with a wide range of diverse lectures and educational programming.
The Bellarmine Museum of Art, located in Bellarmine Hall, displays a rich and varied collection of paintings, sculpture, and decorative arts objects from the Italian Renaissance and Baroque periods. Also showcased is a range of non-Western art including pre-Columbian vessels, 19th-century South East Asian sculptures and African masks, as well as a variety of Celtic and Medieval objects. The museum serves not only as a wonderful resource for the general public but as a classroom/learning laboratory for regional middle and high school students, teachers, and art scholars.
Corporate sponsorship benefits include:
• Acknowledgement in promotional materials: print and electronic media
• Pre-and-post event reception opportunities
• Special University Event invitations
• Signage opportunities
• Corporate marketing opportunity in lobby
• Complimentary tickets and employee discounts
For a consultation on corporate sponsorship opportunities for the Arts & Minds Season, as well as additional opportunities for support of athletic and student programming, contact Carla Supersano Sullivan '88, Director of Corporate Relations, (203) 254-4000 ext. 2115, firstname.lastname@example.org