The Asheville Art Museum relies on the generosity of its friends and the community to meet the cost of providing programs and services, year-round, to thousands of residents and visitors. To support the Museum’s ongoing operations, educational programs and exhibitions, please explore the many ways below in which you, your business or organization can help us transform lives through art.
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Sponsorships & Partnerships
Supporting the Museum by sponsoring innovative and engaging exhibitions, programs and special events helps us to bring alive the delight and wonder of art for thousands of people. Strategic sponsorships and partnerships greatly expand the impact and outreach of Museum programming, and are an excellent way for you and the Museum to connect with broad and diverse audiences.
For more information about media sponsorships, please email Jen Swanson, Communications Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you to our generous Corporate Sponsors
We believe the arts make a difference in our lives and in our community. Art inspires, enriches and enlivens us; it gives hope for the future and reminds us of our shared humanity. We know that you feel the same way. Your gift to the Annual Fund is a gift to the community, allowing us to continue to provide great art and great experiences to the people of Western North Carolina and the many visitors to our region.
Supporting the Museum through the donation of services or products is an outstanding way to contribute to the success of all aspects of the Museum, including operations and facilities, programming and special events.
Help ensure that generations of future visitors and students will be inspired, educated and informed by great art. Consider the Asheville Art Museum as you plan for your financial future. Please contact Rebecca Lynch-Maass, Campaign Manager, at 828.253.3227, ext. 114 or email@example.com to learn more about creating a legacy of support.
Gifts of Art
The Asheville Museum welcomes gifts of art which may be donated to the Asheville Art Museum during your lifetime or by bequest. However, gifts of art require special attention. If you are considering donating a work of art to the Museum, please contact Frank Thomson, Curator, at 828.253.3227, ext. 112 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteer & Museum Docent Opportunities
The Asheville Art Museum is always on the lookout for volunteers to assist our Visitor Services Department and Museum Shop. Our Front Desk Volunteers greet visitors, assist with ticket and merchandise sales, and answer questions about the Asheville Art Museum. Our North Wing Desk Volunteers provide guest information and monitor the galleries. These are great opportunities for those who are passionate about the Asheville Art Museum to share their enthusiasm with our patrons. If you are interested in joining our outstanding team of Visitor Services/Museum Shop volunteers, please contact 828.253.3227 or email@example.com to learn more. You may also visit the Museum to fill out a volunteer application in person.
Also, leading group tours as a Museum Docent is a rewarding and wonderful way to share your love of art with students, children and adults. The Education staff provides ongoing Docent trainings, which include exclusive previews of new exhibitions and behind the scenes discussions with Museum curators and special guests. We welcome new Docents throughout the year. For more information about becoming a Docent, contact us at 828.253.3227, or firstname.lastname@example.org. The only prerequisite is an enthusiasm for art!
Art WORKS for Asheville: The New Asheville Art Museum
The Art WORKS for Asheville campaign for the new Asheville Art Museum is currently underway. Since 2003, the Museum has been planning for a major renovation and expansion project to create a new 21st century landmark Museum to better serve the community of Western North Carolina and our visitors. Designed by the renowned Ennead Architects, the visually stunning new Museum will become an iconic architectural landmark in downtown Asheville and will serve as a community center, visitor center and cultural concierge for Asheville and all of Western North Carolina.