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Daily Serving is a dynamic site that connects readers to regional ideas and global trends in art. Our sponsorship packages produce optimal visibility for your brand, and we connect with a highly influential audience within the global arts community that includes artists, critics, curators, collectors, designers, architects, filmmakers, educators, performers, and other arts professionals.

Working with our Bay Area partner site Art Practical, we reach audiences from San Francisco to Chicago, New York, London, Berlin, Warsaw, Singapore, Beijing, Shanghai, Sydney, and beyond.

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For traditional sponsorship, our team is happy to customize a package to your needs. Contact us today to place an ad on the site—you’ll reach art enthusiasts around the world and we’ll drive new traffic right to your website. Your ad is visible on every page, with a graphic or logo and a direct link to your website. Our customized programs include ads, social media blasts on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and weekly newsletter campaigns to get your message to our loyal readers and followers.

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We are grateful to our previous and current sponsors:
Ambach and Rice Gallery
Antenna Gallery
Baer Ridgway Exhibitions/Eli Ridgway Contemporary Art
Black and White Gallery
California Institute of the Arts (CalArts)
David B Smith Gallery
Ebersmoore Gallery
Gregory Lind Gallery
Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art
Harlod Art Residencies
Hosfelt Gallery
James Cohan Gallery
Joshua Liner Gallery
Kadist Foundation
kspace Contemporary
Made With Color
Mark Moore Gallery
Mark Wolfe Gallery
Modern Edition
Nevada Museum of Art
OTIS: College of Art and Design
OCAD University
Pacific Northwest College of Art
Parsons: The New School of Design
Pulse Art Fair
Redux Contemporary Art Center
Root Division
San Francisco Art Institute
Something In The Universe (SITU)
Tokion Magazine
University of California at Berkeley
Virtual Public Art Project