The Musée Fabre's local, regional, national and European status is directly related to the support it has earned in the past from its sponsors and patrons. Ever since the early 19th century exceptional figures have made an impact on the museum with their prestigious donations.
, artist and founder of the museum,
, prominent citizen and collector,
, friend and patron to the artist Courbet and the Bazille family,
The participation of our sponsors in the success of current and future projects is a precious form of legitimation. By supporting the Musée Fabre you join forces with a major cultural player from your region with an international standing.
The museum in numbers:
300 000 visitors per year
250 masterpieces from the Renaissance to contemporary art
8000 works of art and 900 on permanent display
10 000m² open to the public with 7 500m² of permanent and temporary exhibition spaces
Your action as a Musée Fabre sponsor can manifest itself through numerous projects in keeping with measures in the Aillagon Law, August 1st 2003.
of various projects (exhibitions, purchasing works of art, restoration projects)
Sponsoring in kind
with the provision of material or employee hours for specific projects
Projects for partnerships:
Contribute to the organisation of major summer exhibitions
Participate in the purchase of works of art to enrich the museum's collections
Support a 'Culture for All' through innovative projects: tactile galleries for special needs visitors, installation of digital tools ( interactive applications etc)
Help the restoration of the museum's masterpieces.
Bringing sponsorship to life:
Tax advantages on donations (according to local tax laws)
Privileged relationship with the museum: special access to the collections and its spaces for your clients and partners.
Extensive communication options associating the museum and your images
Leonelle Spada, 'Lamentation of the Dead Christ', painting acquired thanks to our sponsors.
Make your business a player in the cultural development of Montpellier and its region by supporting the Musée Fabre. To become a sponsor is to participate in a great adventure of partnership and exchange with one of the most emblematic cultural destinations in the area