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Sponsor an Exhibition

"No campus library in the U.S. mounts exhibitions to rival those of the University of Texas at Austin's special-collection library, the Harry Ransom Center."
Chronicle of Higher Education, February 5, 2010

The goal of the Harry Ransom Center's exhibition program is to enhance the Center's capacity for sharing its intellectual, literary, and artistic treasures with the world through gallery, web, and traveling exhibitions. Exhibition sponsorship provides a unique and cost-effective answer to your corporation's marketing objectives. As a sponsor, your company will receive recognition and visibility in exhibition-related publicity, including posters, exhibition guides, interior signage, advertisements, media releases, invitations, newsletters, and on the Ransom Center's website.

Internationally recognized for presenting exhibitions of the highest quality, the Ransom Center has on permanent display two of its most celebrated artifacts, the Gutenberg Bible and the first photograph, Joseph Nicéphore Niépce's 1826 “View from the Window at Le Gras.” The galleries feature three or more themed exhibitions each year with holdings from the Ransom Center's extensive collections. Web exhibitions feature the photographs of David Douglas Duncan and the Woodward and Bernstein Watergate papers, among other collections. In 2011, more than 66,000 people visited the galleries. In the same year, web exhibitions received more than 1.9 million visitors.


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For more information please contact Maggie Gilburg at 512-471-9643 or mgilburg@utexas.edu