Sponsor PULP – (paper art party 2014)

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PULP: Reclaimed Materials Art and Design is a not for profit corporation exploring connections between community building, event programming, and environmental awareness. We use events as a gathering hub and an experimentation space for designs using reclaimed materials. This year, we want you to be a part of PULP: paper art party 2014.

PULP: paper art party 2013

PULP: paper art party 2013

PULP: paper art party is an interactive art and design exhibit integrated with a live music show. It will be held on Friday, April 25th, at The Great Hall (1087 Queen St W). Featuring performances from the Toronto-based Lemon Bucket Orkestra, PULP: paper art party brings together artists of all fields, musicians, activity groups, as well as hundreds of guests.

Main Room at The Great Hall

The Great Hall, venue for the paper art party 2014

This year, we are raising funds and using our collective design expertise to help Street Haven at the Crossroads Women’s Shelter. See how we are going to help out here.

Installation and Photo by Alisdair MacRae

Installation and Photo by Alisdair MacRae, paper art party 2013

We are currently looking for sponsors to support this event. As a sponsor, you will have a unique opportunity to develop contacts within a network of artists and design professionals, and gain exposure to a large audience of artistically-inclined Torontonians.  In addition, you will help promote green design at the community level.  By supporting PULP: paper art party, you will not only get publicity for your organization, you will also play a role in building an artist community and help improving a women’s shelter in Toronto.

Installation by Tim F Birchard

Installation by Tim F Birchard

Join us by choosing one of the following sponsorship packages:

  1. Platinum (event sponsor) $1000+ (max 1 – sold out) – six complimentary tickets to the event.
  2. Gold $750+ (max 3) – four complimentary tickets to the event.
  3. Silver $300+ (max 6) – three complimentary tickets to the event.
  4. Bronze $150+ (max 24) – two complimentary tickets to the event.

All sponsors will have access to the Green Room and be mentioned on the website and promotional material.

Platinum, Gold, and Silver sponsors will have their promotional banners displayed in the space.

Platinum and Gold sponsors will also receive repeated exposure during the event on the main screen projecting video art.

Contact us at resources@pulpartparty.ca to discuss monetary and in-kind sponsorship.

Art making station by Peace Quest

Art making station by Peace Quest

Last year’s PULP: paper art party was a resounding success. We had over twenty-five artists craft installations and furniture out of blue-bin materials, and create a paper playground for partygoers. With over 450 tickets sold, the Metropolis Factory was packed throughout the night. A stream of people wound its way among the artworks, lingering in front of a projection screen that showed short films, video art, and sponsor advertisements. The crowd soaked up the inexhaustible energy of Toronto’s Lemon Bucket Orchestra and danced late into the night.

Videos by Chanel Dehond, Franci Duran, Nicole Bazuin, and  Phil Reiter

Videos by Chanel Dehond, Franci Duran, Nicole Bazuin, and Phil Reiter

Based on last year’s attendance, we are expecting 300-500 people. 30 Artists and groups from the city and province will be showcasing their creations (see submissions here) and Lemon Bucket will once again bring down the house. We look forward to hearing from you,

Card-yard at BIG on Bloor 2013

Card-yard at BIG on Bloor 2013

PULP: Reclaimed Materials Art and Design is a not for profit corporation exploring connections between community building, event programming, and environmental awareness. We use events as a gathering hub and an experimentation space for designs using reclaimed materials.

Artist Luisa Ayala standing by Cardboard and paper seats

Artist Luisa Ayala standing by Cardboard and paper seats