Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts is pleased to announce several new corporate sponsors who will provide valuable operating support for Maryland Hall’s mission-based artistic programs.
New sponsors include the following:
Charles Schwab (Annapolis Branch) and DoubleTree by Hilton Annapolis Hotel will provide general support for Maryland Hall’s performing arts, education and visual arts programming.
RPH Architecture in Annapolis will be the signature sponsor of Maryland Hall’s Summer Outdoor Concert Series which will include four performances from June through August on Maryland Hall’s labyrinth.
Wells Fargo: Private Bank; Towne Transport and Morgan Stanley are major sponsors of Maryland Hall’s 10th annual All That Art auction fundraiser which will take place on May 1.
“Sponsors provide valuable revenue to support our mission as a community arts center,” says Linnell Bowen, President of Maryland Hall. “We are grateful for all our sponsors for investing in Maryland Hall so we can provide art for all in our community.”
Founded in 1979, Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, is the region’s leading arts center, providing opportunities for all ages to explore and enjoy arts education and the performing and visual arts.
Companies interested in sponsorship should contact Maryland Hall’s Development Office at 410-263-5544, ext. 22 or go to www.marylandhall.org.