Corporate Sponsorships

Corporate sponsors make it possible for the Museum to share a wide-range of vibrant and thought-provoking art and artists to people of all ages in our region.  Your sponsorship of an exhibition, speaker, education program or event will:

  • Enhance your corporate image.
  • Offer your company promotional opportunities.
  • Provide your company access to an exclusive target audience & influential people in our community.
  • Afford your company opportunities to partner with community leaders who invest in our community’s art education and culture.
  • Bring museum quality art and art education to children and adults.
  • Provide benefits to your employees or clients through private events or receptions.
  • Enrich the quality of life in our region.

Sponsorship Opportunities are now available for the following exhibitions:

32 Degrees Latitude - An opportunity for regional artists and beyond, to exhibit their work in an Art Museum

June 15, 2017 - August 5, 2017

This juried exhibition is devoted to the discovery, introduction and promotion of emerging artists in the Conejo Valley Region and beyond.  For CMATO'sfirst Open Call theme, artists are invited to submit work that considers landscapes in both traditional and unconventional ways. Jurors for the exhibition are the chairs of the art departments from California Lutheran University, California State University Channel Islands, Ventura College and Moorpark College.

 Exposed: California Women Photographers

January 2018

 "Exposed" will showcase both prominent and emerging female photographers of California. These artists are powerful and courageous in the conceptual and contemporary photography world but are underrepresented in our nation’s museums.  The exhibition will also touch upon the influence of the California landscape on these photographers.  Potential Artists: Genevieve Gaiganard, Gay Ribisi, Katy Grannan, Cathy Opie and Jo Ann Callis.

//Data Mas//

This exhibition explores Big Data and society through the lens of New Media millennial artists. Big Data comes from things like location data off of your cell phone or credit card, it's the little data breadcrumbs that you leave behind you as you move around in the world. What those breadcrumbs tell is the story of your life. Big data is increasingly about real behavior, and by analyzing this sort of data, scientists can tell an enormous amount about you. The New Media Artists in this exhibition focus on Big Data through the interplay between technology, images and sound. The aim of this exhibition is to introduce the community to new media artists and boldly examine the effects of data in our lives.

Sponsorships are also available for:

CMATO Speaker Series

CMATO's Speaker Series brings in informative, engaging and enlightening speakers to discuss an array of subjects revolving around art and artists and who inspire us to thing of artin new and different ways.

Summer Jazz Event with Julie Newsome at a Private Home

Hear the glorious jazz vocals of Julie Newsome and her band, enjoy scrumptious appetizers and delicious wine, all while viewing a California sunset from a beautiful garden setting. This beautiful art-filled home is the perfect place for good music, friends and food on a summer evening!

Dining with the Masters

May 25, 2017

This intimate dining experience at CMATO is for 16 guests. Appetizers will be prepared that resemble works of fine art. The inaugural event features food resembling works by David Hockney, Peter Max, and Roy Lichtenstein.

CMATO will plan additional Dining with the Masters events to reach a broad range of people and to coordinate with CMATO exhibitions.

 

To learn more about becoming a corporate sponsor and about sponsorship benefits, contact Sandy Galin, Director of Advancement  at sgalin@cmato.org  or call 805.660.0576.