Sponsor/Contribute

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Your contribution makes a big difference

in the life of a deserving artist.

 

ABI works with businesses, organizations and individuals who support artists by sponsoring workshops, and donating funds that allow artists to attend our workshops. Our partners work closely with us to create learning events and offer scholarships to deserving recipients, awarding them the gift of education.

Single contributions are also accepted, and are tax deductible.

 

ABI Workshop Classes

 

How you can help:

 

Sponsor a Workshop

 

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Each year, The Arts Business Institute presents workshops all over the United States. We work with art organizations and guilds, and we also work with private companies who serve artists and are invested in helping them succeed.

Becoming a workshop sponsor gives your organization an opportunity to serve your members or customers, fulfill your mission and gain recognition through our marketing program. We have a variety of ways to work with sponsors who want to create a workshop event, including customizing a curriculum for specific audiences.

Contact us by email at ArtsBizInstitute@gmail.com or phone at (410)977-2915 for more information.

 

Become a Scholarship Sponsor

 

It’s easy to make a donation directly to the Arts Business Institute for the purpose of sponsoring our scholarship students. Each year, ABI awards full and partial scholarships to deserving artists, based on quality of work and basis of need.

The Arts Business Institute is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization and your contribution is tax deductible. 

 

Select your chosen gift amount:

 

Contribute $2500

Contribute $1000

Contribute 500 to our scholarship fund

Contribute 250 to our scholarship fund

Contribute $100

Thank you for your support of  our program and the artists who attend it!

 

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