Sponsoring an event, program, or exhibit shows that your business values connecting people with nature. Sponsors get noticed at events, in Museum newsletters, on our website, and social media sites.
Currently, we need sponsors for:
Upcoming Exhibit- Mushrooms: Keys to the Kingdom Fungi (Jan-March 2015).
We need sponsors to make this mushroom magic happen.
$1,000- Sponsorship includes your logo on exhibit poster (displayed throughout Santa Cruz County), logo included in our exhibit Good Times ad, logo on our printed quarterly calendar (1,000 copies distributed) acknowledgment on Museum’s Exhibit webpage, acknowledgment in monthly e-newsletter while exhibit is up, and acknowledgement on Exhibit panel at the Museum. (4 spots available).
$500- Sponsorship includes your logo on our printed quarterly calendar (1,000 copies distributed), acknowledgment on Museum’s Exhibit webpage, acknowledgment in monthly e-newsletter while exhibit is up, and acknowledgement on Exhibit panel at the Museum. (6 spots available)
$250- Sponsorship includes acknowledgement on the Museum’s webpage about the exhibit and acknowledgement on Exhibit panel at the Museum. (8 spots available)
Mushrooms is traveling exhibit vividly portraying the intriguing lives and important roles of fungi in our environment. While the Fungi Kingdom includes more than one million species, this exhibit primarily focuses on the mushroom-producing fungi, but will include other fungi – including molds and yeasts – as well.
Mushrooms aims to increase awareness and appreciation of the incredible beauty, diversity and critical importance of mushroom producing-fungi in our environment. Through large, detailed photographs and supplemental materials, this exhibit introduces viewers to a wide range of mushroom- producing fungi (gilled, pored, jelly, etc.), and their valuable roles in the environment (saprophytic, symbiotic, etc.).
Exhibit Related Programs
With Mushrooms on display, the Museum will present mushroom related programs to further engage the community in this natural science wonder and inspire different audiences to participate. Programs include: A Weird Science movie night featuring the sci-fi flick Attack of the Mushroom People (1963) paired with a factual talk on the ill-effects of poisonous mushroom ingestion, a mushroom foraging hike led by local fungus experts, and an in-depth lecture about local fungi habitats paired with a sampling of deliciously prepared edible mushrooms
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