Sponsor Education Programs at TMA

TMA enhances the quality of life for everyone who calls the Fox Cites home as an important cultural center for those working and living here. Sponsor one of our programs for $2,500 to $25,000 below to help the visual arts in our community and as a platform for name or brand recognition.

Business partnerships are tax-deductible and, most importantly, provide the museum with the critical support needed to achieve our mission of inspiring and connecting all people through creativity and the visual arts.

2024 Education and Community Art Projects Sponsorship Opportunities

General Education Program Giving


TMA is ever expanding educational opportunities for the community to enjoy and engage in. Support general education.

Survivor Beads with Jennifer Dins

At the American Cancer Society Sole Burner 5K Run/Walk on May 11.

Cancer survivors and their supporters create a personalized necklace, bracelet, or keychain incorporating a sterling silver survivor bead or golden bronze supporter bead. Jennifer Dins of Dins Designs (a breast cancer and ovarian cancer survivor) will lead the project. Sign your name on the special survivor and friend bead board to honor survivors.

One $10,000 sponsor or two $5,000 co-sponsors

Thank you Jewelers Mutual for your partnership.

Project Purpose

Annually in July

Project Purpose is a collaborative mural experience with artists Neo & Valerie Medina. The program focuses on uplifting and highlighting students in the Special Education Program. Students and the artists collaboratively paint a mural on their own school.

This project gives students the ability to use art as a form of expression to emphasize their own unique abilities. Many students don’t communicate in the same way as others do, and they have talents that others also do not have. This event gives students the freedom to let their talents be seen!

July 2024 at an AASD location
Four $2,500 sponsors

Fare Well: Art & Death Café

NEW! Ongoing

A new, free art education program intended to encourage community conversations about death and mortality through artmaking. Death Cafés are a global movement aiming to normalize discussions about death, an often-taboo topic. The Death Café, hosted at TMA and spearheaded by local artist Elyse-Krista Mische, provides a welcoming, non-judgmental environment for adults to openly explore death-related concepts through art and conversation.2 sessions per month at TMA

Two $5,000 sponsors

Thank you Wichmann Funeral Home for your partnership

Class and Camp Scholarships


Family financial circumstances limit the accessibility of art classes and camp programs for some children. Help us ensure that TMA classes and camps are open to as many young artists as possible.

Two $5,000 sponsors

Thank you Telmark Sales Solutions (2023) and US Venture (2024) for your partnership.


Ongoing, monthly program, free

SPARK! is a monthly art program for adults living with memory loss and their care partners. Each one-hour program is led by specially trained museum educators who cultivate interactive visual art experiences.

1 session per month at TMA
2 sessions per month on location

Two $5,000 sponsors

“Art for All” Art Classes


A new TMA series making art accessible to more individuals in the Fox Cities. Art for All classes will occur throughout the year where participants “pay what they can” for the classes.

$10,000 quarterly sponsorship
Four classes per year

TMA Talks


An art and creativity speakers’ series. Free lectures and artist talks bring in professionals in their fields to host free talks for the community.

Quarterly at TMA, 4 speakers per year
Four $5,000 sponsors (per speaker)

Art Works – Outagamie County Youth & Family Services

Ongoing, weekly program, free

TMA partners with Outagamie County Youth & Family Services’ and Shelter Care to provide an immersive arts program at their facility, TMA’s Studios, or throughout the community. The program is carefully crafted to provide a safe, welcoming, and comfortable learning environment to help youth in the juvenile justice system engage positively in our community.

4 sessions a month at Outagamie County Youth and Family Services and Shelter Care
Two $5,000 sponsors