SUPPORTERS


SPONSORS




As a nonprofit organization, 'ace was able to conduct their activities through the personal and institutional efforts of members of the global art community. Generously, they have provided their time, logistics, institutional sponsorship or specific funding to artists who have develop projects with us.


Fundación´ace para el Arte Contemporáneo has signed permanent exchange agreements with:

The Strzemiński Academy of Art Łódź




Guanlan Original Printmaking Base, Shenzhen, China


In addition, since 2016, it has maintained an agreement with ARKO, the Korean Art Council of South Korea, to host two Korean artists annually among the  'acePIRAR international residence program.




The following institutions, universities, embassies and art spaces have sponsored residents and projects at ´ace in the past:

| ARGENTINA: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Commerce and Worship | Ministry of Culture, Government of Ciudad de Buenos Aires | National Secretary of Culture | Spanish Cultural Center in Buenos Aires | Spanish Embassy in Argentina | Metrovías and its cultural program “ Subte Vive” | Rock & Pop Radio |  Caballito,  Belgrano and San Telmo Municipal Participative Centres | Buenos Aires Trains (TBA), NCA S.A. | Cementerio Aleman(German Cementery) | Cementerio Británico (British Cementery) | Women General Direction Dirección, Government of the Ciudad de Buenos Aires |  Arminda Aberastury Women Center | AUSTRALIA: Australian Embassy in Argentina | Art Tasmania | Australian Government and Arts Council | Veolia Mulwaree Trust | BRAZIL: Atelier Livre | Ministery of Culture, Brazil Government | Brazil Embassy in Buenos Aires | Brazil-Argentina Cultural Center in Buenos Aires | CANADA: Conceil des arts et letres de Quebec | University of Alberta-Edmonton | CHILE:  Universidad Nacional de Artes Ciencias y Comunicación. UNIACC | Fondos Cultura, Ministry of Arts, Culture and Patrimony | DENMARK: KADK The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts | ECUADOR: La Estampería Quiteña | Pontificia Universidad Católica de Quito | Spain  Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art |  Pilar i Joan Miro à Mallorca Foundation | University Castilla- La Mancha | GERMANY: RETURN Foundation supporting Jewish women in the Arts and Sciences | ITALY: Emmegi | MEXICO: FWNCA-CONACULTA | NORWAY: Dansk Skuespillerfurbun | UNITED STATES: University of Tennessee in Knoxville | National Endowment for the Arts | The University of North Carolina at Chappel Hill | The College of Arts & Humanities Indiana University at Bloomington | Boise State University | School of the Art Institute of Chicago | University of Kansas | University of Missouri-Kansas | Lighton International Exchange Program | Kansas Artists Coalitin | Western Washington University | Indiana University in Bloomington | University of North Carolina-Chapel Hills |University of Boston | University of Idaho| University of Texas at Arlington | University of Wisconsin-Madison | University of Connecticut | State University of New York at New Paltz (SUNY) | University of Pittsburgh | The Artist Trust | Berkshire Foundation | Universidad of Alaska in Anchorage | Seraphin Gallery | Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant | Alaska State Council of the Arts | Boise Women and Children Alliance|  Boise State University|  Black Funds Initiative of the Pittsburgh Foundation | Effroymson Family Fund |  Memphis College of the Arts. SLOVENIA: International Centre of Graphic Arts Ljubljana | THE NETHERLANDS: Governance & Integrity Nederland | PERU:  Universidad Católica Pontificia del Perú |  PUERTO RICO: Puerto Rican Institute of Culture (ICP) | ICP’s Fine Arts Program  | Seguros Múltiples Coop | Puerto Rico Museum of Art | Puerto Rico Museum of Contemporary Art (MACPR) | POLAND Opoliensis University | Akademia Sztuk Pięknych, Łodzi | SWEDEN: Grafiken Hus | SOUTH AFRICA: National Arts Council of South Africa | SOUTH KOREA: Arts Council Korea -ARKO | Wooran Foundation.