Glenbow Museum offers a broad range of individual and corporate sponsorship opportunities including permanent and feature exhibitions, education programs, and special events. Glenbow's Development team works closely with each sponsor to design an experience that meets your corporate philanthropic, marketing, and entertainment goals. Glenbow provides a comprehensive recognition and benefits program for each sponsor to assist you in achieving specific corporate marketing objectives, enhance your profile in the community, serve your entertainment needs for clients, and improve employee morale.
Fall 2013 Exhibitions
A.Y. Jackson & Otto Dix
September 7, 2013 - January 12, 2014
Glenbow Museum is proud to present the inaugural exhibition of the Canadian War Museum's Transformations - A.Y. Jackson & Otto Dix.
This exhibition shows how two artists on opposite sides of two conflicts responded to war and its aftermath. Focusing on landscape paintings, it features nationally important artworks by Group of Seven member A.Y. Jackson side-by-side with significant works by famed German artist Otto Dix that have never before been seen in Canada
Made in Calgary: The 1980s
September 7, 2013 - January 5, 2014
The 1980s: Our city's ever changing skyline gained a new landmark as the Petro Canada Tower rose past the Calgary Tower, becoming the city's - and the West's - highest building. Calgary also gained the international spotlight, playing host to the world at the '88 Winter Olympics.
Such expansion and ambition marked developments in Calgary's artistic community as well.
Jeffrey Spalding, executive director of the Museum of Contemporary Art Calgary, curates the third installment in Glenbow’s Made in Calgary series, a decade-by-decade overview of the city’s artistic community that reflects the contributions of individual artists in the context of the social and cultural factors that influenced their work.
Schmancy- Glenbow's Signature Fundraising Event
SCHMANCY is an innovative and entertaining evening of art, culture and ideas inspired by Glenbow's collections and exhibitions. Aligned with Glenbow's vision more people, interacting with art, culture and ideas more often, SCHMANCY has an accessible ticket price and an anticipated audience of 1000 people targeted across a wide demographic (adults 20+). This year's event will take place on February 22, 2014.
Glenbow presents an exciting slate of exhibitions and complementary programs each season. There are also year-round programs designed to increase access and enhance the visitor experience. Some of these ongoing activities and initiatives include:
- Weekend at the Museum
- Discovery Room
- First Nations Access program
- Post-Secondary Access program
- In Residence program
- Summer Programs for Youth
- Art on the Mall
- Pivot, Glenbow's young professionals member group
- Annual Corporate Patrons Circle
For more information on giving to Glenbow, please contact:
President & C.E.O, Glenbow