There are many ways to be a part of the Center‚ from training to become a museum guide to helping visitors as an information volunteer at the front desk. Find out how you can learn‚ share‚ contribute‚ and make a difference at the Center.
The Yale Center for British Art gratefully accepts donations in support of acquisitions and programs. If you would like to make a donation in person or over the phone, or if you have any additional questions, please contact Advancement and External Affairs (firstname.lastname@example.org | +1 203 432 8559). To make an online donation, visit Giving to Yale. Select "new gift," then select "Center for British Art."
The Friends of British Art include collectors‚ scholars‚ and other patrons who share a deep interest in British art from the sixteenth century to the present day. Their aim is to provide vital support for the Yale Center for British Art, principally in the area of acquisitions.
Without question, art enriches a community. Each year the Yale Center for British Art offers a variety of programs and exhibitions designed to engage and inspire visitors of all ages. Corporate sponsorships help make this possible. From evening lecture series to family days to exceptional exhibitions, there are numerous opportunities for partnerships that benefit the Center and your business.
As a sponsor, you reach more than 100,000 people who visit the museum each year from the region and abroad. Your name appears in all communications about the program you support, and as an exhibition sponsor your logo appears on all press materials, advertising, exhibition signage, the title wall, and more. Through the Center's diverse sponsorship program, you may also receive access to entertainment spaces and specialized tours.
In addition to financial support, the Center also welcomes in-kind trade and media partnerships. For more information please contact Advancement and External Affairs (email@example.com | +1 203 432 8559).
The Center offers two volunteer programs for individuals with a passion for the arts and an interest in contributing to the community. However, as the Center is now temporarily closed to the public through spring 2016, we request that those interested in volunteer opportunities wait until October 2015 to inquire about either program.
Information Volunteers, the visitor's first contact with the museum, greet and orient the public to the Center, its collections, exhibitions, and programs. Their role is vital to shaping a positive visitor experience at the Center. A minimum commitment of one year is required; applicants must be at least 18 years of age.
For information about volunteer opportunities beginning early 2016, please contact the Volunteer Coordinator no earlier than October 2015 (firstname.lastname@example.org | +1 203 432 9491).
The Yale Center for British Art volunteer docents offer tours for visitors of the Center’s collections, architecture, and special exhibitions. Docents also lead tours for visiting school children of all ages. Docents are responsible for researching and preparing their tours, under the auspices of the Education Department. Becoming a docent requires a three-year commitment: one year of training followed by two years of service. New and experienced docents train every Monday during the academic year with additional time spent on research and special projects.
For further information, contact the Education Department (email@example.com | +1 203 432 2858).