Sponsorship

Corporations favour political correctness

Arts sponsorship is increasingly associated with marketing concerns rather than disinterested corporate philanthropy

The smoking dilemma: will Philip Morris's art support outlive its critics?

The tobacco giant remains one of the most important private funders of the arts in the US

The mechanics of sponsorship: an interview with one of the UK's biggest exhibition sponsors

James Joll of the international media giant Pearson plc explains the who, what, why and quid pro quo of corporate involvement in the arts

ICA becomes first UK arts centre to enter into title sponsorship with Toshiba agreement

In exchange for the monetary support the car company will provide, all ICA branding will include their logo

April 1994archive

Dutch government cuts Mondrian Foundation's sponsorship budget

Holland will not be participating in the Biennales of Sidney and São Paolo as a result

Hollandarchive

Holland’s code policing the sponsorship of cultural activities

The code was devised as a response to the normalisation of corporate funding, which could cause an uneven distribution of aid based on changing tastes

Booksarchive

Guide to procuring arts sponsorship published

The text includes illustrative examples alongside practical advice

New Czech tax law to encourage private sponsorship for the arts

Tax will now be deductible for donations, but will a 2% relief be enough to make funding art worthwhile?

Museumsarchive

Philip Morris Companies Inc. receives award for their continued sponsorship of art from The Whitney Museum of American Art

The selection of the tobacco corporation as first winner is testament to its long-term relationship with the museum

Private sponsorship rescues exhibition centred on Picasso's Rose Period

While for a time its fate hung in the balance due to insurance costs, the exhibition is now set to begin in Barcelona

Economicsarchive

Spain debates new legislation that attempts to induce sponsorship of the arts with tax cuts

If the law is passed, sponsors will be granted legal provisions so they might better circumvent obstacles that complicate art funding

Fundingarchive

Business Committee for the Arts survey suggests that US recession will not reduce art sponsorship

Corporations' trust in art as a tool for generating publicity has not wavered