Artspire 2016 Friday night Street Dance

Help make Artspire 2017 the best year yet!
This year, for the first time, the Artspire Volunteer Leadership Team is reaching out to the community to help make Artspire 2017 the best year yet. Admission to Artspire is always free, due to the gracious support of our sponsors and community supporters. As Artspire grows, nearly doubling in participation and attendance every year, the needs for funding increase as well.

In 2016, Artspire had over 10,000 participants, attendees and volunteers on its grounds over the course of the two days. If each of those 10,000 individuals gave a small amount, it would make a huge difference to the outcome of this year’s event. If you have attended and enjoy Artspire, would like it to remain a free event, and believe in its mission, please consider supporting it here now.

“Artspire is a community event, put on by the community, and for the community.” Eva Marie Restel, Artspire 2017 Chairperson

Artspire 2016 Sponsors

SPONSORSHIP
Your support associates your brand with an event that promotes creativity and inspiration. Sponsorship of Artspire benefits the community and increases your engagement with a regional audience. Artspire promotes our city as a creative community, making La Crosse a more attractive location for today’s most talented workforce.

Platinum Sponsors

Gold Sponsors

Benefactors

O’Flaherty Heim Egan & Birnbaum – Dick Record – Mathy Construction – Logistics Health – Bob Good Photography Studios

Patrons

Tom Monson-STIFEL – Mayo Clinic Health System – B&B Stage & Sound – Eva Marie & Todd Restel

Supporters

Wine Guyz – Eastbank Artists – Courtyard Marriot – Pearl Street Brewery – Hampton Inn

Friends

Toni Asher – Reed Music Studios – Brad & Ann Fowler – Timothy & Marjorie Gillespie – Jeanne Johnson – Chris & Diana Durall – Ryan Soberg – Robin & Ron Cosby – Sheila & Edward Riley – Lee Hafemann – Nancy & Donald Smith

In Part By

CBS Graphics – Culligan of La Crosse – Downtown Mainstreet, Inc –
La Crosse Arts Board – Weber Center for the Performing Arts – River Crossing Square