MasterWorks

 

To make your MasterWorks sponsorship selection, contact Rita Butler, Development Associate at the Albuquerque Museum Foundation, 505.338.8732.


DOWNLOAD THE 2018 MASTERWORKS SPONSORSHIP LETTER HERE.


The Albuquerque Museum Foundation MasterWorks sponsorship program is one of the most significant and meaningful ways you can personally support Albuquerque Museum.

 

The extra support from Albuquerque Museum Foundation makes it possible for Albuquerque Museum to bring many of these important exhibits to Albuquerque. The need to provide quality educational traveling exhibit experiences is important to a community and state whose residents who are unable to travel.

 

It is in the mission of the Albuquerque Museum: "Bringing the world to Albuquerque, and Albuquerque to the world."

 

Help us continue to present wonderful exhibitions to our New Mexico community.

Albuquerque Museum and the Albuquerque Museum Foundation are proud to present to our members "Visions of the Hispanic World: Treasures from the Hispanic Society Museum & Library"

   

You are invited to be a Masterworks sponsor of this special exhibit.

As a MasterWorks sponsor you can personally choose from over 200 of the Hispanic Society’s most exceptional works spanning 400 years. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to be part of something magnificent.

 

SPONSORSHIP LEVELS:  Choose the level that works for you - $250, $500 or $1,000.

ACKNOWLEDGMENT: Your sponsorship will be posted prominently in the gallery next to the object you support.

SPECIAL INVITATIONS: You will be invited to several special events planned for the exhibition.

 

 

Visions of the Hispanic World: Treasures from the Hispanic Society Museum & Library tells a rich story of cultures settling in Spain and bringing the best and most innovative elements of their heritage to the Iberian Peninsula,” says Museum Director and former Curator of Art Andrew Connors.


READ MORE ABOUT THE EXHIBITION HERE.


Albuquerque Museum is honored to be the first host in the United States for this extraordinary, world class exhibition, curated by the Hispanic Society and organized in collaboration with the Prado Museum in Madrid.