I just received an e-mail from Praxis, the art collective that created the "Museum of Non-visible Art," and if I find them a sponsor for the entire museum, I will make MORE THAN enough money to cover Job 100:
We have been reading the press. Great Huffington piece. Congrats.
If you find a sponsor who commits $100,000 to the museum, they will receive acknowledgement and attention the way you have, only more so. That alone could be worth it for the sponsor, but there are more benefits. The details:
MONA seeks a benefactor to launch the Museum into its second phase, which is a community of artists selling non-visible artworks through the museum. It will also continue to tour Europe and the U.S.
Besides the exhibitions, there is an educational initiative. MONA will produce workshops for all ages to teach people how to make their own non-visible works and exhibit them, igniting the imagination in all of us and spreading the message of the museum as a catalyst for the imagination.
For $100,000, the benefactor is the only one listed on the MONA website as a lead benefactor. They will also get an entire non-visible museum designed and named in their honor and namesake. They will be part of the parties in the fall and will be an honorary board member of the museum.
Let us know your thoughts!
I think I agree to the terms I discussed with them and that I will try to find the museum a sponsor for Job 100! I believe sponsorship is the new marketing on social media.
Who should I target?* Pom? Pepsi? Summer's Eve? McDonalds? Kanye?
*click on the links.