Corporate Partnerships at MoMI
Consider a corporate partnership or activation at Museum of the Moving Image (MoMI), the only museum in the U.S. dedicated to the art, history, technique, and technology of film, television, and digital media. The Museum hosts over 250,000 visitors annually and presents more than 500 film screenings in its Redstone and Bartos Theaters while also engaging a robust international audience online through virtual programs and a myriad of resources.
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Who We Are
“...coolest Museum in New York City”
- Condé Nast
“Temple to the art of film.”
“A one-of-a-kind experience.”
The MoMI Community
MoMI has built a deep relationship with NYC and the world.
MoMI's Approach to Brand Partnership
In addition to traditional sponsorship and exhibition underwriting, MoMI invites leading culture brands to help craft unique exhibition experiences and present special event programs.
These branded integrations build genuine credibility among art, film, and science communities, and generate mass awareness—within New York City and across the globe.
PAST BRAND ACTIVATIONS
AMC and Lionsgate
This highly attended, large-scale exhibition celebrated the revolutionary series Mad Men on AMC. It included sets, 25 iconic costumes, props, video clips, advertising art, and personal notes and research material from creator Matthew Weiner.
Dolce and Gabbana
Tirelli Costume Exhibition and Benefit Event
MoMI hosted a benefit event, and mounted an exhibition (with onsite, personal input from Domenico Dolce) of classic Tirelli costumes in the Museum's lobby, and more recent Dolce and Gabbana designs in the Museum's Amphitheater.
Installed as part of Spectacle: The Music Video
In this site-specific installation in the Nam June Paik / HBO Production Lab at MoMI, visitors were able to select any song from a Sonos controller and watch a visualization of the music projected onto the surrounding walls. With motion-capture technology, visitors interacted with and manipulated the animation through movement.
The room-flooding sound of the Sonos Playbar helped create an immersive and surreal environment.
MoMI x Bergdorf Goodman x Kith
The Jim Henson Exhibition
In conjunction with Bergdorf Goodman’s holiday window display and MoMI’s major Jim Henson exhibition, Bergdorf tapped Kith to collaborate on custom apparel. The Kith items were featured in email announcements, in store, online, and in the printed winter catalogue from Bergdorf.
OTHER PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
The Museum’s online publication is devoted to the criticism and history of film, television, and other digital media. Features include long-form essays, critical symposiums, international film festival coverage, interviews, and more.
The Museum’s acclaimed online exhibition presents more than 400 historical presidential campaign commercials from every election year beginning with 1952.
The Museum’s wide-ranging initiative examines the intersection of science and film through interviews with filmmakers and scientists, news, and original articles exploring the cinematic depictions of scientific ideas and the science of film.
See It Big! (year-round):
This ongoing series reminds us of the joy of big screen moviegoing, offering visitors the chance to see classics the way they were intended.
This signature MoMI event is an annual showcase for groundbreaking, new international cinema and U.S. premieres.
The series celebrates films that exemplify and challenge notions of genre, from grindhouse to foreign fringe frenzies to bold new re-imaginings and mashups.
In this popular series, the Museum presents contemporary and classic martial arts and action movies.
In this recurring series, viewers are invited to learn more about the imaginative, playful, creative, and prolific film and television work of Jim Henson.
Some of the most exciting and challenging works of recent nonfiction are given the spotlight in this recurring series programmed by our Curator of Film.
Innovative educational programs serving over 70,000 students annually, tied to English Language Arts, Social Studies, and Math, Science & Technology standards.
Programs include tours, workshops, after-school programs, teacher training, camps, and screening programs.
The Annual Moving Image Awards (formerly the Gala Salute) honors the greatest artists and films of our current moment. Past honorees include Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, Noah Baumbach and Laura Dern for Marriage Story, Julianne Moore, Glenn Close (pictured above), Hugh Jackman, Tom Hanks, Tom Cruise, Julia Roberts, Will Smith, Robert De Niro, Clint Eastwood, Sidney Poitier, and Martin Scorsese, among others.
The Spring Gala celebrates leaders in the entertainment industry. Past honorees include Courteney Monroe and Gary Knell (NatGeo), Dexter Goei (Altice) and Jake Tapper (CNN, both pictured above), Richard Plepler (HBO), Abbe Raven (A+E Networks), Ted Turner (Cable News Network, Turner Network Television), Glenn Britt (Time Warner), Randy Falco (Univision), and Philippe Dauman (Viacom), among others.