At the Rubin Museum of Art, corporate partnerships are highly customized relationships. We work closely with you to create a relationship tailored to meet your company’s specific marketing, public awareness, and social responsibility strategy needs while supporting the Museum’s mission.
Become a lead sponsor of the Rubin’s exhibitions, live programs, education initiatives, and more, while increasing your company’s brand awareness and loyalty. A corporate sponsorship is a unique opportunity to expand your community, promote products, offer access to Museum content, and provide one-of-a-kind client/employee entertainment events, among other benefits suited to your corporation’s marketing strategy and social responsibility mandate.
Through special events, direct marketing opportunities, and resources online and in print, aligning with the Rubin’s cross-cultural initiatives will enable your company to reach a sophisticated, diverse global audience.
Both exclusive and shared partnership opportunities are available. Recognition and partnership benefits are determined by the level of partnership.
Exhibitions at the Rubin Museum serve as the foundation for all our programs and educational activities. Cross-cultural themes appeal to a broad audience, allowing individuals from all backgrounds to explore connections between art and contemporary life.
Featuring luminaries from all walks of life, Brainwave is an annual series of innovative talks, film screenings, and performances exploring connections among neuroscience, art, culture, health, and well-being.
K2 FRIDAY NIGHTS
Named for one of the highest peaks in the Himalayas, K2 Friday Nights offer free admission, musical performances, and thematic gallery tours in a festive environment that merges the serenity of the Rubin with Chelsea’s lively weekend social scene.
EDUCATING FAMILIES AND CHILDREN
Our world-class art collection and commitment to promoting global awareness of diverse cultural traditions make education programs at the Rubin exceptional. In an approach that integrates visual-thinking strategies, art making, and interactive discussion, we provide opportunities for learning and exploration. Serving audiences as young as 2 years old, we conduct an array of targeted programs for K-12 students, families, seniors, and adults, from single-session tours and workshops to in-depth, multi-week classroom engagements. One of our most popular programs, Family Sundays, invites families to drop in weekly and explore the art and ideas in the Rubin’s galleries.
The Rubin offers Free Senior Monday on the first Monday of every month, allowing older adults to enjoy free admission to the galleries, guided tours of exhibitions, meditation sessions, and a writing workshop.
On the third Friday of every month, the Rubin welcomes 10 to 15 seniors living with Alzheimer’s and dementia to participate, along with their caretakers, in a multisensory tour of Himalayan art.
Featuring art, performances, and activities for all ages, and inspired each year by the Rubin’s annual theme, the Block Party is a free outdoor event that welcomes 5,000 individuals and their families to join the Rubin in celebrating the arts and culture of the Himalayas.