Business Partners

“Just as oral health is an important facet of overall health, thriving arts and cultural organizations are important to a healthy state that attracts businesses, students, tourists and others. We invest in the arts because the marketing benefits are plentiful and diverse, and I encourage other business leaders to make the arts a giving priority.”
—Thomas Raffio, President & CEO, Northeast Delta Dental

Through our business partners program and exhibition sponsorships, we work with local and regional businesses to bring enjoyable experiences with art to the communities where we live and work.

Our Business Partners provide vital support for museum operations, including education and outreach efforts, and play an integral role in helping Currier attract and inspire audiences.

Review the benefits of partnership (PDF). For more information on becoming a Business Partner, please contact Carey Cahoon at 603.669.6144 x 117, or email  ccahoon@currier.org.

Currier Business Partners

Arnold Imaging
Ash Street Inn
Atrium Medical Corporation
Baker Newman Noyes
Bank of America
Bank of New Hampshire
Bellwether Community Credit Union
Birch Hill Terrace
Cannon Soliutions America, Inc.
Central Paper Products Company
Christie's
Citizens Bank
ColArt Americas, Inc.
Curbstone Financial Management
E&R Laundry and Dry Cleaners
Espresso Dave's
FairPoint Communications, Inc.
Genesis Pure
Harvey Construction Corporation of NH
Hilton Garden Inn Manchester Hitchiner Manufacturing Co., Inc.
Home Instead Senior Care
ICL Imaging
Ideas in Bloom
John Kramer Design
Lacoste Gallery
League of N.H. Craftsmen
Lincoln Financial Foundation 
MFI Productions
Michael Timothy's Dining Group
Mint Bistro
Moore Center Services
Newmarket International
North American Specialty Insurance Company
Northeast Delta Dental 
People's United Bank
Public Service Company of New Hampshire
R.C. Brayshaw and Company, Inc.
Republic
RiverStone Resources LLC
RMC Research
Sheehan Phinney Bass + Green
Shepler Financial Group
St. Mary's Bank
TD Charitable Foundation
Wild Orchid Baking Company

Government Support

Government support – on both the federal and state level – has been crucial to the Currier for almost 30 years.  Most recently, the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) supported the Currier’s accessibility efforts, providing funding for our current expansion of the online collections catalog.

In 2011 the NEA supported programming related to the exhibition Jon Brooks: A Collaboration with Nature. The NEA also provides funds to the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts (NHSCA), which in turn has been a great supporter of the Currier. The NHSCA awarded a two-year general operating grant to the museum for 2014-2015.