“MidFirst Bank is proud to be a Corporate Partner with the Scottsdale Cultural Council. We have found this partnership beneficial to both our employees and clients. In the fall of 2013, we hosted one of our best-ever client events at a reception at the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts, prior to the Jason Alexander performance. Our clients were given the chance to have a personal photo taken with the entertainer and the development staff at the Center were amazing in helping coordinate this personalized opportunity. It was a fantastic performance in a beautiful location as well!”
“Tiffany & Bosco is pleased to announce that we have established a relationship in support of the Scottsdale Cultural Council. A key part of our firm culture is to build successful, lasting partnerships with the local arts community. Supporting the arts means supporting the local economy because it helps attract and retain a skilled workforce. Investing in the arts not only improves quality of life, but creates awareness of all the great cultural events Arizona has to offer.”
“Scottsdale Insurance Company is proud to support the Scottsdale Cultural Council. Our associates are committed to improving the quality of life in our community – and the arts are an important part of the equation. Whether it’s by helping high-school art students prepare for the future through the Visions program, or helping families discover the fine arts and music through the Sunday A’Fair program, we believe our support of the arts helps make Scottsdale a better place to live.”
“As one of the newest members of the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts advisory board, I look forward to diving into this opportunity and making an impact. One of my long-term goals has been to support the arts in a way that is meaningful. Ultimately, having a daughter who dances competitively and has a strong passion for the performing arts inspired me to join the Center’s board. The fact that my law firm, Quarles & Brady, is committed to supporting community causes made this a perfect fit. Thank you to the board and staff for giving me this new opportunity.”
“My wife and I are avid supporters of Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts. When we attend a show in one of their theaters, we know that the performance will be of the highest quality, with the entertainment thoughtfully selected by a very discriminating staff. The presentation will be enhanced by a state-of-the-art facility whose size guarantees an intimate experience. We have been attending the Center for more than 20 years and even though we enjoy frequenting other theaters, Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts is our favorite venue, without question.”
“The Scottsdale Cultural Council is please to shine the spotlight on some of the outstanding arts supporters for our new Corporate Partners Program. This month, we welcome Ann Siner, CEO and founder of My Sister’s Closet, whose business is the supporting sponsor for Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts’ presentation of the hit Off-Broadway play Love, Loss and What I Wore. Here are a few words from Ann about how she feels about the arts:
Imagine life without art.
Our city without the world of art would be a forest without trees.
Support the arts!”
“On behalf of Merrill Lynch, I would like to take this opportunity to thank Bill and Robyn and the entire staff of Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts for making our 2nd Annual Wealth Wisdom Symposium a world-class Event. Your facilities, acoustics, technology, catering and especially your staff were incredible, and the feedback from our guests was extremely complimentary. Merrill Lynch understands that investing in our community is important and matters. Supporting the arts adds to the vitality of any city or community. Your organization, with all you do and all the talented artists you bring to our city, is a treasure, and we look forward to a long-lasting relationship.”
“I am a Scottsdale resident and have been so for more than 15 years. As an arts and culture advocate, I have always appreciated Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts and SMOCA as local resources to assist me in sharing this appreciation for the arts with my family. My oldest daughter is now living in New York where she works on Broadway productions both in New York and on traveling shows worldwide. My involvement at the Cultural Council began in 1998 with the first remodeling of the old United Artists 5 theaters into what is now SMOCA. In 2008, I was able to again become actively engaged in the Center when Howard S Wright was selected by the City to complete the latest renovations to the Dayton Fowler Grafman Atrium and Virginia G. Piper Theater. Working closely with the staff and getting to know them personally through this experience has only increased my appreciation for this local amenity.”
“Great American Title is incredibly grateful to call Arizona our home, and as a privately owned company, we take our civic responsibility very seriously. Our ownership and workforce live in this wonderful state, which motivates us to partner with great organizations like the Scottsdale Cultural Council to help our community to grow and prosper. At a time when financial support for the arts is eroding in our schools, we feel it is essential that we do what we can to preserve and nurture them for future generations to enjoy. Together we can be GREAT!”
“The Desert Mountain Club, Inc., is honored to partner with the Scottsdale Cultural Council in promoting and developing the arts in Arizona, and helping to create an awareness of the diverse cultural opportunities available in Scottsdale. The alliance between Desert Mountain and the Cultural Council is a fitting one. Our 2,000-plus members not only embody a spirit to serve but are strong supporters of the arts and culture throughout the world. They recognize that, without community backing, art in any form cannot survive.”
“At Avnet, our community outreach efforts and charitable giving center on technology, children’s health and education. Avnet’s support of A Celebration of the Arts for Children with Disabilities is one way to engage more than 500 children throughout the greater Phoenix area. These art-based experiences help foster creative expression, diversity in thought and awareness of cultural heritage. Thank you to Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts for the opportunity to support this exciting creative experience.”