When you hear the word "Museum," you might conjure thoughts of boring artifacts and seemingly useless historical facts. The Denver Museum of Nature & Science has interactive exhibits that challenge these views. One such exhibit featuring immersive laser shows has returned to the Denver Museum. This concert series will engage all of your senses. From Beyoncé to the Beatles, guests can rock out to their favorite artists as they take in a stunning and unique visual light show. The show opened in August and will continue to the end of the year. Continue reading to learn more about how you can support the Denver Museum and exhibits like this one.
Sponsoring The Denver Museum
Your support for the Museum not only goes into creating great exhibits like this but it also powers youth and adult education programs, conservation of artifacts and specimens, and scientific research. There are many different ways that you can sponsor the museum. One of the most popular sponsorship tracts is called "Exhibition Sponsors." According the the Denver Museum website, "Each year, the Museum draws large audiences to its world-class temporary exhibitions, which receive widespread publicity throughout the Denver metro area. Sponsorship of these premier opportunities offers companies the highest level of visibility and closest association with the Museum."
If you want to help the museum you can also become an "Education Sponsor." This sponsorship is all about programs that are vital to encouraging children to tap into the power of science. Did you know that the Denver Museum serves more than 300,000 schoolchildren each year through free Museum visits? It's true! The museum offers an array of science education programs, scholarships for underserved schools, distance learning, and teacher professional development opportunities. If you're interesting in sponsoring the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, feel free to check out their website and sponsorships page.