Corporate Support

The Tampa Museum of Art works closely with businesses and corporations to develop valuable partnerships that advance the visual arts and ensure accessibility to a wide and diverse audience. Partners in Art is our corporate sponsorship program that encompasses exhibitions, educational programming and our three signature fundraising events. This program allows companies to design their level of support for the Museum by selecting programs that speak to their values and mission. In return, the Museum provides its partners a variety of benefits including increased commercial visibility, employee gallery access, enhancement of client relations, and a public affirmation of your company’s commitment to the arts and to our community.

For more information, please contact Aislinn Stone, Associate Director of Development, at 813.421.8375 or by email.

The Tampa Museum of Art wishes to thank the following businesses and foundations for their generosity in supporting Museum exhibitions and educational programs. These valued donors have demonstrated their commitment to the visual arts and the cultural enrichment of our community.

We Are Grateful to Our Highest Level Corporate Sponsors

Bank of America, City of Tampa, Fifth Third Bank, Frank E. Duckwall Foundation, Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners, Kimmins Contracting Corp., Lightning Foundation, PNC Bank, Tampa Museum of Art Foundation, TECO Energy, Vinik Family Foundation, and Wells Fargo.

Education and Community Programs Are Made Possible By:

Bank of America, Community Foundation of Tampa Bay, Corbett Family Foundation, Frankel Family Foundation, Gobioff Foundation, Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners, Las Damas de Arte, Lightning Foundation, Morrison Grove Foundation, New York Yankees Tampa Foundation, PNC Bank, Publix Super Markets Charities, Tampa Museum of Art Foundation, T.Rowe Price, and TECO Energy.

Connections Sponsors:

Connections is presented in partnership with the USF Honors College and is generously sponsored in part by the Frankel Family Foundation, the Gobioff Foundation, the Tampa Museum of Art Foundation in Memory of Joan Divers, the Tampa Bay Foundation for Mental Health, and TMS of South Tampa.