Companies can associate their name with a new teaching chair, one or more international study trips, the fitting out of a workshop, an amphitheatre or the library, exhibitions and collective displays, the renewal of technological equipment, etc.
Donations can be in cash, in kind or in skills.
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Tax benefit: corporate tax reduction of 60% (or 40% in case of more than 2M€ per year of cumulative donations) of the amount of the donation made, retained within the limit of 0.5% of the turnover excluding taxes. If these limits are exceeded, the excess can be carried forward for 5 years.
- Long-term involvement in the life of the institution: the company joins the circle of privileged partners of the Beaux-Arts de Paris and as such receives regular information (newsletters, programs, invitations to openings and events, etc.).
- Enhance its image: the company is associated with the communication supports of the Beaux-Arts de Paris (website, study booklet...). It benefits from a mention in the case of the renovation of rooms or buildings and from a privileged presence during major programming events (exhibition openings, conferences, symposiums and exceptional workshops, prize-giving ceremonies, open houses, etc.).
- Organize public relations and communication: the company can privatize prestigious spaces (Amphithéâtre d'honneur, Chapelle des Petits-Augustins, etc.) for professional or public relations events; it can have access to the backstage areas of the School by means of a customized tour.
- It can be a force of proposal for the content of certain programs or calls for projects: working together on certain works or certain artists, participating in workshops, organizing calls for creative projects intended for students, proposing residencies, and helping with the attribution of internships or jobs are possibilities for closer collaboration.
Direct support for the Beaux-Arts de Paris is possible, in particular support for certain educational projects, assistance with international student mobility, the awarding of scholarships or prizes, the proposal of residencies, etc. Your support can be financial or in kind (transfer of an asset, for example real estate) or in the form of a donation of works, directly or via one of the two societies of Friends of the institution.
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Tax benefits: 66% income tax reduction on the amount donated (property transferred or works donated), up to a limit of 20% of taxable income.
Considerations: individual donors become part of the circle of privileged partners of the Beaux-Arts de Paris and receive regular information (newsletters, programs, invitations to openings and events, etc.); their name may be associated with a prize, a grant, a scholarship, or a residence.
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Les Amis des Beaux-Arts de Paris
Founded in 2007, the Friends of the Beaux-Arts de Paris association, governed by the law of 1901, aims to contribute to the activities and influence of the institution. It supports exhibitions, colloquia, conferences, educational activities, etc., notably by encouraging young artists, sponsoring studio or student projects, following their careers and their professional integration, and contributing to their discovery by the public.
Les Amis des Beaux-Arts de Paris support the work of 3rd and 5th year students by awarding 7 annual prizes: agnès b, Thaddaeus Ropac, Weil, Khalil de Chazournes, Bertrand de Demandolx, des Amis, du Félicité des Félicités. The laureates benefit from an exhibition at the Fabrique d'agnès b. They also award two grants per year to young graduates, and assistance for the production of works.
Jean-Baptiste Lenglet, Florian Fouché, Nøne Futbol Club, Jérémy Demester, Mélanie Feuvrier, Hugo Fortin, Sabrina Vitali, Charles Le Hyaric, Célia Coëtte have been supported, as well as collective projects from the studios of Nathalie Talec, Clément Cogitore and Ann Veronica Janssens and the Théâtre des Expositions.
For information about membership: www.lesamisdesbeauxartsdeparis.fr
The Cabinet des amateurs de dessins des Beaux-Arts de Paris
Created in 2005 and made up of collectors and amateurs of drawings who are particularly involved, the Cabinet des amateurs de dessins association's mission is to enrich the drawing collections of the institution, and to participate in the influence of its activities, through assistance with acquisitions, exhibitions and publications.
The association pursues a dynamic acquisition policy that allows it to diversify and complete its collection of 20,000 drawings, the second largest in France after that of the Louvre Museum. Support is also given to exhibitions and the publications they generate.
Since 2013, the association has awarded the Cabinet des Dessins contemporary drawing prize each year, allowing one or more of the prize-winner's works to be added to the institution's collection: Mathieu Bonardet (2013), Elvire Caillon (2014), Marcella Barcelo (2015), Bianca Argimon (2016), César Bardoux (2017), Lenny Rébéré and Katarzyna Wiesiolek (2018) and Solène Rigou in 2019.
Since 2009, the association has been involved, alongside the Beaux-Arts de Paris, in an educational program of introduction to the history of art through drawing for middle and high school students in the Ile-de-France region who are geographically and socially distant from culture. Within the framework of the "History of Art at School" program, an action has been undertaken in partnership with the National Education and the Créteil and Versailles rectorates, allowing the reception of about 500 young people per year, three times a year. Scientists welcome these young people to make them aware of the technique, history and style of drawing through the centuries. Entirely financed by sponsorship, this programme has been supported since the beginning by the RATP Foundation, the RATP, the Académie des Beaux-Arts and a private sponsor. Many patrons have also collaborated in this expensive program because it is custom-made, but the stakes are high: the Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations, the Daniel and Nina Carasso Foundation, the EDF Foundation, the France Télévisions Foundation and the Ile-de-France Region.
For more information about the association:
General Secretary of the Cabinet des Amateurs de Dessins des Beaux-Arts de Paris