The Knight Foundation’s goal is to weave the arts into the fabric of Knight resident communities to engage and inspire the people living in them. The foundation believes that the arts are a catalyst for public dialogue and that shared cultural experiences contribute to a sense of place and communal identity.
We seek innovative ways to reach, engage, and increase audiences for the arts, including through the use of technology.
Founded in 1991 by Steven J. Green, former United States Ambassador to Singapore, the Green Family Foundation (GFF) is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting social programs that positively impact global health and alleviate poverty.
The Green Family Foundation’s mission is to make a positive and meaningful impact in communities both at home and abroad. GFF provides funding and resources to organizations that support education, global health, and community development. GFF empowers under-served communities to fight the cycle of extreme poverty, leading to sustainable programs that improve lives.
GFF supports grassroots initiatives that provide quality care to those in need by focusing on prevention, education, and treatment. The foundation empowers communities through grants that enable progressive organizations to help build self-reliance. Today, Kimberly Green, president, continues to advance her family’s vision.
The Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and its volunteer advisory board, the Cultural Affairs Council, develop cultural excellence, diversity and participation throughout Miami-Dade County by strategically creating and promoting opportunities for our community’s thousands of artists and not-for-profit cultural organizations, and our residents and visitors who are their audiences.
Art of Black Miami is a marketing platform and destination driver that showcases the diversity of the visual arts locally, nationally, and internationally, celebrating the black diaspora. This initiative highlights the artistic cultural landscape found in Miami’s heritage neighborhoods and communities year-round throughout Greater Miami and the Beaches.
MBF is a nonprofit organization designed to advance economic development in Miami through the support of minority businesses and education.
Sugarcane Magazine is a Black art and culture media company. Black culture is the most recognized culture in the world and influences every corner of humanity. With the rise in Black visual art along with music, dance, design, and literature, Sugarcane Magazine controls the cultural currency of Black people. We connect thousands of readers globally with the world’s leading visual and performing artists, with a focus on making the most popular and imitated culture accessible. Started in 2006 by Melissa Hunter, our founder saw the opportunity for media that focuses on the visual and performing arts from Africa and the African diaspora. Today, her vision includes a print publication, video, social media, and our website.
Artsy features the world’s leading galleries, museum collections, foundations, artist estates, art fairs, and benefit auctions, all in one place. Our growing database of 1,000,000 works of art, architecture, and design by 100,000 artists spans historical, modern, and contemporary works, and includes the largest online database of contemporary art. Artsy is used by art lovers, museum-goers, patrons, collectors, students, and educators to discover, learn about, and collect art.
We provide art lovers and art collectors with one of the best places on the planet to discover modern and contemporary art.
We aim at providing better value for money than most.
Located midway between Miami and Palm Beach in downtown Fort Lauderdale’s arts and entertainment district, NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale is a premier destination for exhibitions and programs encompassing many facets of civilization’s visual history.
The Wege Foundation’s main focus is Western Michigan, mainly in Grand Rapids.
Peter M. Wege, founder of the family foundation, felt strongly about keeping the mission local because it honored the wishes of his father Peter Martin Wege, who created the Foundation’s resources. Peter Martin Wege founded Metal Office Furniture, today’s Steelcase, in 1912.
Peter Martin Wege’s metal-working genius and entrepreneurial gifts started the company that became the world’s largest producer of office furniture. As his son Peter M. Wege put it, “Dad said the money was made right here in Grand Rapids by Steelcase and he wanted it to stay here to do all the good we can. I feel exactly the same way.”
Philadelphia Contemporary presents cross-disciplinary art through a dynamic model of collaboration and partnership. Since 2016, we have offered a robust program of pop-up exhibitions and performances across the Philadelphia area in collaboration with various partner organizations, while working towards building a new permanent home.
Museum Hue, an organization that works to increase diversity in patrons, professionals, and cultural producers in the creative economy, recognizes the absence of diversity and inclusion in cultural enclaves. We use our presence and voice to counter this reality, foster agency, and write new narratives for people of color in culture.
The Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts (MoCADA) uses the visual and performing arts as a point of departure for exploring new artistic production across a variety of disciplines. Through exhibitions, community programming and educational initiatives centered in social justice, MoCADA incites dialogue on pressing social and political issues facing the African Diaspora and fosters a dynamic space for the creation and continuous evolution of culture.
The Bass, Miami Beach’s contemporary art museum, creates connections between international contemporary art and the museum’s diverse audiences. The Bass shares the power of contemporary art through experiences that excite, challenge, and educate.
The Atlanta University Center Art History + Curatorial Studies Collective prepares undergraduate students at Clark Atlanta University, Morehouse College and Spelman College for careers in the visual arts. The four-week sponsored Early College Program is designed to encourage rising junior and senior high school students of color to pursue undergraduate studies in art history and curatorial studies. Housed within the Department of Art and Visual Culture at Spelman College, this innovative program aims to shape the future of the art world and position the Atlanta University Center as the leading producer of African American professionals in these fields.
Yard Concept is an elevated platform focuesed on cultural investigation & collective consciousness.
Evolving over the years, ARTERNAL is now an all-in-one platform providing Revenue & Relationship Management, Inventory Management, Productivity and Workflow tools for art dealers, art gallery owners, and their staff within one consolidated platform.
Oarbt is for artists, curators and fair directors who are ready to think outside the white wall gallery space. The digital experience has become more important than ever, and it extends beyond the limitations of the physical space. Oarbt’s dynamic tool creates immersive exhibitions whilst removing the worry of ‘availability’, offering a much-needed stepping stone for emerging contemporary artists and curators looking to sell, collect and showcase artworks.
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Prizm invites you to become a partnering sponsor of Prizm Art Fair and instantly expand your support network and visibility in Miami and beyond. Prizm sponsorship is a very unique opportunity tosupport a premium arts event like no other. As one of the premiere contemporary art venues, supporting international artists from the global African Diaspora and emerging markets, we look forward to cultivating long-lasting relationships with our sponsor/partners.
Support of Prizm Art Fair is an excellent opportunity to activate your organization’s commitment to diversity. Sponsorship commitments for Prizm Art Fair 2020 are being sought to support the continued cultivation of artists from the African Diaspora. By committing your support now, your company can take advantage of an extended period of exposure as Miami Art Week approaches. Our marketing efforts involve sustained promotion of the event through a range of channels including print, broadcast, social media, public relations, and digital marketing activity. Sponsorship of Prizm Art Fair is available at several levels, each creating opportunities with benefits that strengthen our partners’ brand visibility. We can also create a custom ambassador package that works best for you.
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