Sponsorship is a great way to reach the Athenæum’s sophisticated and desirable audience, which is affluent, highly educated, and well-connected in Rhode Island. The Athenæum attracts over 60,000 visitors annually and has the support of 2,000 dues-paying members. Our weekly emails reach an audience of over 9,000.
Condé Nast Traveler recently called the Athenæum one of the most beautiful libraries in the world, and Travel + Leisure urged readers to “tap into the city’s cultural roots” at our library. Our Friday evening programs – hailed by National Public Radio as a national model of civic engagement – regularly feature prominent writers, historians, artists, thought leaders, and intellectuals of every discipline.
Our supporters know that sponsorship is a fantastic investment, as well as a way to support the cultural community.
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Thank you to our current sponsors and partners!
The Athenæum is especially thankful for our generous season sponsors: Residential Properties, Chas A. Miller III & Birch Coffey/Charles A. and Lois H. Miller Foundation, and The Ira S. and Anna Galkin Charitable Trust.
Residential Properties Ltd. is Rhode Island’s largest and most successful independent real estate company with over 180 agents and five offices across the state – including Barrington, Cumberland, East Greenwich, Narragansett, and Providence. For each of the past two years, RPL ranked #1 in the state for both homes sold and overall sales volume – compiling over $300,000,000 more in sales than any other brokerage in Rhode Island (2017 Providence Business News Lists). In addition to its local achievements, Residential Properties Ltd. consistently earns national recognition as one of the top real estate companies in the entire country and was recently included on the 2016 Real Trends Top 500 and the RIS Media Top 500 Power Broker Rankings.
Funding provided in part by a grant from the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts, through an appropriation by the Rhode Island General Assembly, a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts and private funders.