2018 Sponsorship Opportunities


2018 Sponsorship Opportunities

2018 Sponsorship Opportunities

Connect with people who share your interests! Sponsors of The Cultural Landscape Foundation's (TCLF) programs, tours, conferences, and other events capitalize on opportunities to forge direct connections with landscape architects and allied professionals, their clients, and others who value great design.

Specifically, we can connect you through...

• TCLF’s homepage, with more than 500,000 unique visitors annually and over one million page-views
• Bi-monthly e-newsletters and dedicated e-blasts to more than 30,000 subscribers
• Social media posts, with more than 60,000 followers
• Printed ads in Landscape Architecture Magazine, with more than 60,000 readers
• Feature stories in the ASLA’s online LAND newsletter, with a circulation of more than 30,000
• Printed ads in Landscape Journal, which includes an online posting
Press releases sent to over 800 members of the media, with a direct link to your website 
• Presentation opportunities to TCLF’s Board of Directors and Stewardship Council

Programs and Sponsorship Opportunities for 2018:

In 2018 TCLF sponsors can reach their target audiences through the following programs and events (click on each program or event for a printable benefits summary): 

What’s Out There Cultural Landscapes Guides: These special online guides to cities across the United States are produced in partnership with the National Park Service. In 2018 TCLF will release new online guides to the following cities:

  • Richmond, Virginia (spring)
  • Baltimore, Maryland (summer)

What’s Out There Weekends: TCLF regularly offers expert-led tours of important cultural landscapes in cities across North America. Online guides and printed guidebooks accompany each of the Weekends, which are scheduled for the following cities in 2018:

Garden Dialogues: In 2018 Garden Dialogues will focus on twenty projects designed by talented and visionary landscape architects on TCLF’s Board of Directors and Stewardship Council. “Twenty for Twenty” will highlight some of the finest private residential landscape architecture throughout the United States. Participants will luxuriate and learn first-hand from landscape architects and their clients about the secrets to creating great gardens. The Dialogues are limited to no more than 30 people, to make them intimate, and last between 90 minutes and two hours, to make them relaxed.

Pioneers of American Landscape Design Oral History Project: Pioneers oral histories are an ever-growing, award-winning series of videotaped first-person interviews with significant practitioners. The series format examines each designer’s personal and professional history, their overall design philosophy, and how that approach was carried out in their most emblematic projects. The richly edited video segments include never-before-seen archival footage, new photography, and on‐location videography. This year's oral histories include:

  • Office of Dan Kiley Oral History (including practitioners Joe Karr, Peter Ker Walker, and Ian Tyndall)   

The Silent Auction at the ASLA Annual Meeting & EXPO: Among the largest booths at the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) EXPO, TCLF's annual silent auction routinely features more than 90 pieces of art created by landscape architects, architects, artists, photographers, and others. This year’s auction will be held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on October 20-21..

The Excursion and Stewardship Excellence Award Reception at the ASLA Annual Meeting & EXPO: TCLF will host two activities during the ASLA Annual Meeting & EXPO in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. During this year's excursion on October 19, guests will be treated to one-of-a-kind experiences at Longwood Gardens as they leisurely stroll through the grand Conservatory and surrounding gardens with esteemed landscape architects and thought leaders who will provide perspectives on how they are working with Longwood to create a world apart experience. The day includes food, music, a choreographed fountain show, a private luncheon at the Pump House Museum, and much more. Later that afternoon, a reception will be held at the Archives of the Univresity of Pennsylvania in honor of ladscape architect Harriett Pattison..

Traveling Photographic Exhibitions: TCLF is fielding three photographic exhibitions that will appear in venues across the nation. Each exhibition presents newly commissioned photography, as well as narratives about the themes being explored and the sites featured. This year's traveling exhibitions are: 

  • The Landscape Architecture of Lawrence Halprin
  • The New American Garden: The Landscape Architecture of Oehme, van Sweden
  • The Landscape Architecture Legacy of Dan Kiley 

If you would like to receive additional information or are interested in becoming a Season of Events Sponsor, please contact TCLF's president and CEO, Charles A. Birnbaum, at 202-483-0553 or charles@tclf.org.