2015 Environmental Art Sponsorship


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Help to support I-Park’s signature Environmental Art Biennale, fifth in the series, as well as
the 3-week residency from which the biennale will emerge. We’re excited to share the work of
these outstanding artists with the attendees and others through video and catalog documentation.
For further information on sponsorship and other gift opportunities, please contact Executive Director,
Joanne Paradis, at joanne@i-park.org or 860-306-0636. Table sponsorships can be funded online at the link below.
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Sponsor an Artist for $2,000
Michel Bachelet, Canada – Environmental Sculpture
Meghan Moe Beitiks, United States – Site-specific Performance
✭ François Fréchet, France – Environmental Sculpture
Stuart Ian Frost, United Kingdom/Norway – Environmental Sculpture
Noa Giniger, Israel/Netherlands – Site-specific Installation
Jana Irmert, Germany – Sound Art Installation
✭ Nick Lamia, United States – Participatory Site Sculpture
Jeff Morris, United States – Sound Art Installation
Carol Padberg, United States – Eco-environmental Installation
Hester Pilz, Netherlands – Environmental Sculpture
Willemien Schaap, Netherlands – Environmental Sculpture
Jeff Zischke, United States – Environmental Sculpturespacer-clearVideo documentation and photography by Patrick van Boeckel and Karin van der Molen (Netherlands)
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Benefits include two complimentary tickets to the Fundraising Dinner and recognition in the event program and on the I-Park website. You will also receive two copies of the documentary film and documentary catalog.
2015EA_Sponsorship_Roberley-2Sponsor the Documentary Film of the 2015 Environmental Art Program for $7,500
In appreciation, you will
• be credited on the film and DVD box cover
• be prominently named as a Major Supporter on the I-Park homepage as well as all I-Park printed
materials through at least December of 2016
• receive six complementary tickets to the Fundraising Dinner
• receive twenty copies of the documentary film and documentary catalog
2015EA_Sponsorship_Roger-W5Sponsor the Documentary Catalog of the 2015 Environmental Art Program for $5,000
In appreciation, you will
• be credited as the sponsor on the cover of the catalog
• be named as a Major Supporter on the I-Park homepage as well as all I-Park printed materials through
at least December of 2016
• receive four tickets to I-Park’s Fundraising Dinner
• receive two copies of the documentary film and thirty copies of the documentary catalog
2015EA_Sponsorship_illum-30Sponsor the Fundraising Dinner for $1,000
We are seeking six sponsors, foodies or wine aficionados perhaps, who appreciate the value of a fine meal and beverage in elevating the spirits for a successful, memorable fundraising event. In appreciation for your $1,000 contribution, you will
• be named as one of the six Event Sponsors in the biennale
program and on the I-Park website
• receive two tickets to the Fundraising Dinner
• receive a copy of the documentary film and documentary catalog
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Sponsor a Table for 10 at the Fundraising Dinner for $1,000
In addition to being named as a Table Sponsor in the biennale program and on the I-Park website, you will receive a copy of the documentary film and documentary catalog.
Make your table sponsorship gift online
Help to make this year’s Environmental Art Biennale the best ever!
Mailing Address:
I-Park Foundation, Inc.
P. O. Box 508
Plantsville, CT 06479
For further information on sponsorship and other gift opportunities, please
contact Executive Director, Joanne Paradis, at joanne@i-park.org or
860-306-0636. Table sponsorships can be funded online at the link above.
The I-Park Foundation, Inc. is a not-for-profit corporation under section 501(c)(3) of the IRS code. Contributions are deductible on U.S. tax returns to the extent allowed by law.
Banner Images: (left to right) Rod Northcutt, Arborventions, 2007. Photo by Patricia Canelake. Cary Baker, Monotropa, 2009. Photo by Wendy Carlson. Page Images: (top to bottom) 2013 Environmental Art Biennale Artists. Photo by Tim Norris. Roberley Bell working on her installation, Anomaly, 2007. Photo by Patricia Canelake. Roger Rigorth, I-Dragons, 2009. Photo by Wendy Carlson. 2014 Illuminations at I-Park Fundraising Dinner and Art Auction. Photos by Nancy Pinney.
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