Sponsorship

    The Anti-Slavery Society Convention, 1840,    by Benjamin Robert Haydon,    1841,    NPG 599,    © National Portrait Gallery, London The Anti-Slavery Society Convention, 1840, by Benjamin Robert Haydon, 1841, NPG 599, © National Portrait Gallery, London

Corporate Sponsorship is a great way for you to align your organisation with a specific exhibition from our exciting, varied and thought-provoking temporary exhibition programme.

With sponsorship comes a number of wonderful benefits for you, your staff and stakeholders; from complimentary venue hire in our newly renovated event spaces to bespoke workshops and outreach initiatives, corporate sponsorship is a particularly beneficial mode of support to illuminate and enhance your organisation’s brand awareness.

To find out more about exhibition sponsorship, please contact:

Lydia Brightling-Reed
Head of Corporate Development
[email protected]

Amber Speed
Corporate Development Manager
[email protected]

Alignment with excellence

  • Association with a proven, international brand
  • Prominent branding on extensive marketing and press campaigns
  • Brand awareness (more than 2 million visitors and 18 million web visitors per year)
  • Partnership with the Gallery’s Marketing & Press Teams
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Entertaining

  • Access to all of the Gallery’s newly refurbished, stunning historical and contemporary spaces for entertaining
  • Entitlement to fascinating Curator-led tours, workshops and exclusive 'behind the scenes' events
  • Collaborating with our dedicated and knowledgeable Events Team to create inspiring experiences
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Engagement

  • Use of our brand new learning studios to facilitate workshops
  • Education, outreach and audience development initiatives to engage your stakeholders
  • The opportunity to activate your Corporate Social Responsibility agenda
  • Bring your business to a refreshing cultural space that inspires, educates and opens minds.
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Current supporters