Festival Abierto Sponsor Report 2012
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Festival Abierto Sponsor Report 2012

on

  • 251 views

ParqueArte is a nonprofit organization that produces and promotes Cultural Events using public spaces in Panama City. ParqueArte is supported by Abierto Corp., a company dedicated to providing ...

ParqueArte is a nonprofit organization that produces and promotes Cultural Events using public spaces in Panama City. ParqueArte is supported by Abierto Corp., a company dedicated to providing solutions for Corporate Social Responsibility, connecting with artistic and cultural groups.

Statistics

Views

Total Views
251
Views on SlideShare
251
Embed Views
0

Actions

Likes
1
Downloads
5
Comments
0

0 Embeds 0

No embeds

Accessibility

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Adobe PDF

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

Festival Abierto Sponsor Report 2012 Festival Abierto Sponsor Report 2012 Presentation Transcript

  • SPONSORREPORT 2012 1
  • 3 Parque Arte FoundationContent 01 5 Festival Abierto 11 Architecture 20 Alliances & other Sponsors 27 Reach 31 Social Media & Web 41 Communications 46 Inauguration 48 Media Newspaper & Magazine Impressions 56 Open Tree Collective Art Project 63 Live Music & Performances 02 104 Future Editions 03 107 Financial Report 2
  • ParqueArte is a nonprofit organization that produces andpromotes Cultural Events using public spaces in PanamaCity. ParqueArte is supported by Abierto Corp., a companydedicated to providing solutions for Corporate SocialResponsibility, connecting with artistic and cultural groups. 3
  • As a region excel in supporting social causes.Q30.r03 - Total agree - I am much more comfortable shopping in stores or buying products / services from companies that donate to charity. SOURCE: OMG Proprietary Milennials Study, 2011 4
  • 01.The New Face of CSR in Panamá –Festival Abierto 5
  • Festival Abierto is birthed from the dream of living ina clean Panama where its citizens are environmentallyconscious, and their actions have a positive & concreteimpact towards the sustainability of our environment.The time is now to initiate actions that generate bigchanges in how our society treats Panama’s naturalreserves.With a focus on endangered marine life, the tropical rainforest, and native animals, Festival Abierto is a free event,bringing Panamanian companies, institutions, and NGOstogether to cross-polinate knowledge about the country’sbiodiversity. 6
  • A FREE Educational,Cultural, Scientific &Artistic Festival forPanamá 7
  • “A Festival that “Festival Abierto has a very important role; reach all types of audiences, no matter what their socio economical status is andwill show how offer free access to art, in a non intimidating environment.”to make of our Carmen Aleman, ArteConsult GalleryEarth a healthierenvironment.”Marta Linares de Martinelli, “With an initiative like this I believe Panama is capable ofFirst Lady of the Republic of leading a good path, because the possibilites are there... there isPanama a responsible youth that wants to join these activities.” Olga Sinclair, Artist “Open... a very simple word, very fundamental, but full of promises...” Patrick Dillon, Architect 8
  • Enrich people’s lives by our focus on image and aesthetics in all The Festival looks to enrich people’s lives communication campaigns. through education. Trustworthy Education through mobile is a focus to counter Investment in Festival Abierto is a trustworthy balance its lack of penetration in Latin America, proposal since it operates as an institution a continent searching for tools to spread through the Office of the First Lady. information and culture, to impact and enrich the life of its people. Smart Technology Training people in creating efficient power isMANIFESTO Innovation demonstrated through the Festival. All pavilions Festival Abierto is innovative because of its are hand-built with smart construction methods artistic and cultural exposure to interactive and that allow them to consume less; and be reused. Audiences can see first-hand solutions on howBRAND VALUES educational communities. to apply technology to reducing waste andOF FESTIVAL ABIERTO Festival Abierto uses sustainable spaces, the pavilions, where audiences are able to enter excess materials. and generate collective experiences in new We also applied this type of intelligence in the behavioral patterns around sustainability. organizational structure of Festival Abierto. Less is more. Aesthetic Design Festival Abierto parts from a specific aesthetic conscience since it’s created around a structural base. We use the power of architecture to design both physical and digital spaces, exemplified 9
  • Parque Omar La Prensa Bio Museo SmithsonianCanal de Panamá Biblioteca Nacional Zona Colonial Taller Cruz Diez YEAR ONE INITIAL MEETINGS & PREPARATIONPecha Kucha 10
  • ArchitecturePROCESS & RENDERS 11
  • Modular ExplorationsARCHITECTUREProcess Structure Mockup Tetra Pak & Base Structure Construction 12
  • ARCHITECTUREStructure 1 2 3 Details 1. LG Mono-X 255W Solar Module 2. LG 4W-MR16 LED Lighting Heads 3. Tetra Pak Poly-Alum panels 13
  • ARCHITECTURE LG Mono-X 255W Solar Module LG 4W-MR16 LED Lighting Heads LG Monocrystalline LG LIGHTING Solar Module LED MR16 LG240M1C / LG235M1C / LG230M1C LG LED MR16 is the high-efficient light source with Mechanical Properties Dimensions (mm/in) excellent thermal dissipation and elegant design. Cells 6 x 10 LG LED MR16 is designed to replace conventional Cell vendor LG standard halogen reflector lamps. e BEST e e 50,000 e e e 50,000 Cell type Monocrystalline Recycle Recycle PLACE Compatible COMFORT Anti-Glare HIGH Anti-Glare Control SAVE ECO SAVE Energy 40% Solution ANGLE SAVE Recycle Recycle InstallPLACE Easy Packaging Compatible COMFORT NATURAL Anti-Glare DESIGN Anti-Glare Energy SAVE 40%Wireless Low-Temp SAVE Solution SAVE Easy Install Packaging NATURAL DESIGN Low-Temp Wireless Cell dimensions 156 x 156 mm2 946.4 / 37.25 hrs hrs 23.4 / 0.92 6 x 6 in2 2-Ø4.3 / 0.16 # of busbar 3 Excellent Alternative Significant energy savings over 80% through simple e Diverse Beam Angles and Colors A wide range of choices in beam angles and colors. e Dimensions (L x W x H) 1632 x 986 x 42 mm 11x 6.5 / 0.26 (+) (-) 50,000 50,000 Compatible COMFORT Energy SAVE replacement compared to conventional halogen lamp. Solution Compatible COMFORT NATURAL Energy SAVE Solution NATURAL 64.25 x 38.82 x1.65 in 1000 / 39 hrs hrs Maximum load (Pa) 5400 1632 / 64.25 Weight 18.93 kg / 41.73 lb SHARE SHARE Silver Connector type Tyco connector IP 67 Compatible More than 80% 40% SAVE Long LIFE SunLightCompatible DESIGN 40% SAVE Long LIFE SunLight DESIGN Junction box IP 65 with 3 bypass diodes 15° 36° 60° Puple 926 / 36.46 Energy Saving Length of cables 2 x 1000 mm / 2 x 39 in e e e e e e Titan 351.8 / 13.9 12 x 5 / 0.20 50,000 50,000e Recycle SAVE 40% SAVE Energy PLACE Compatible COMFORT Solution SAVE Anti-Glare hrs Anti-Glare Energy SAVE 40% NATURALSolution Easy Install Packaging SAVE DESIGN SAVE hrs Easy Install Packaging Low-Temp Wireless NATURAL DESIGN Low-Temp Wireless Certifications & Warranty 186.8 / 7.4 Long LIFE Long LIFE Certification (To be IEC 61215 Ed.2, 42 / 1.65 92.3 / 3.6 e e Energy Saving by High Efficiency Low Maintenance Cost 986 / 38.82 processed or pending) IEC 61730, UL 1703 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 Over 80% energy saving yearly compared with standard Low maintenance cost due to extremely long lifetime of 50,000 50,000 Product warranty 5 years Energy SAVE Compatible COMFORT Solution halogen reflector lamp and short payback period of hrs Energy SAVE NATURALSolution 15° hrs 36° hours. 50,000 60° NATURAL about 1.4 Year. Output warranty of Pmin 12 years - 90% 9 25 years - 80% Characteristic Curves 8 Annual Electricity Cost (Unit : : USD) Total costCost of Ownership (UnitUSD) Annual Electricity Cost USD) Annual electricity cost (Unit : (UnitUSD) Total Cost of Ownership (Unit : : USD) Total of ownership Annual maintenance cost CostUSD) : USD) Total Maintenance costCost 10 Years (UnitUSD) : USD) Annual Maintenance Cost (Unit(Unit Annual Maintenance (Unit : : USD) Total maintenance Costfor 10 yearsYears (Unit Total Maintenance for for 10 (Unit : : USD) SHARE $13 cost Cost saving unit 1 unit $13 saving per 1 per Cost saving per 1 unit $117$117 Cost saving unit 1 unit $117 Cost saving per 1 per cost saving per 1 unit $9.5 $9.5 (USD) (USD) 10 10 6 40% SAVE Compatible Long LIFE 40% SAVE SunLight Payback Payback DESIGN Halogen Lamp Halogen Lamp Long LIFE SunLight DESIGN Electrical Properties (*STC) 80% % 80 $5.6 $5.6 period period 75% % 75 4 87% % 87 Lamp replacement Lamp replacement $136 $136 2nd~10th 2nd~10th Max. output (Pmax) 240 Wp 235 Wp 230 Wp 5 5 1.4 year 1.4 year cost cost ($) ($) year year ($) ($) cost cost $1.9 $1.9 LG LED MR16 LG LED MR16 Performance tolerance 0 ~+3 % $9.5 $9.5 Annual electricity Annual electricity 1st year year ($) ($) 1st cost cost 2 cost cost ($) ($) $17$17 Module efficiency 14.9 % 14.6 % 14.3 % Long LIFE Halogen Lamp BEST LED MR16 Halogen Lamp LG LED MR16 LG BEST 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 (Year) 5 (Year) Long LIFE Halogen Lamp LED Halogen Lamp LED $1.9 $1.9 $18$18 e Halogen Lamp LED Halogen Lamp LED $20$20 ee e e50,000 e 50,000 MPP voltage (Vmpp) 29.7 V 29.6 V 29.5 V 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 HIGH Control HIGH on 12 hrs operation per mayECO the lamp unit price, operatingANGLE andof halogen lamp. ECO ※Calculation result day, differANGLE $0.11/kwh and 2.2 times replacement product lifetime. ※Based Control electricity cost by Recycle conditions Recycle Recycle Compatible Based on※ Calculation Anti-Glare byAnti-GlareAnti-Glaretimes replacement of halogen lamp. PLACE Recycle PLACE 12 hrsCompatiblemay differ the lamp unit price, operating conditions and product lifetime. ※ COMFORToperation per day, electricity cost $0.11/kwh and 2.2 SAVE 40% SAVE results COMFORT Energy Anti-Glare Energy SAVE 40% SAVE Solution SAVE Solution hrs SAVE Install hrs Easy Packaging Easy Install Packaging NATURAL NATURAL DESIGN DESIGN Low-Temp Low-Temp Wireless Wireless MPP Current (Impp) 8.10 A 7.94 A 7.81 A 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 Open-circuit voltage (Voc) 36.9 V 36.8 V 36.6 V Eco-friendly Eco-friendly light source, which contains no mercury and Wide Application Coverage Natural light with comfort for wide application. e e Short-circuit current (Isc) Maximum system voltage 8.58 A 8.49 A 1000 V (UL 600 V) 8.37 A 9 50,000 50,000 low CO2 emission. Compatible COMFORT Compatible COMFORT Energy SAVE Energy SAVE Solution Solution hrs hrs NATURAL NATURAL 8 Series fuse rating (A) 15 A *The electrical properties applies under Standard Test Conditions (STC) with 1000 W/m2 irradiation, Isc Mercury Contents (Unit :: mg) CO₂ Emission (Unit : kg) 25°C cell temperature, and AM 1.5 spectrum. 6 Mercury Contents (Unit mg) CO ² emission (Unit : kgCO²) The rated electrical characteristics are subject to a manufacturing tolerance of 0~3% *The nameplate power output is measured and determined by LG Electronics at its sole and absolute Voc 200~250 SHARE SHARE discretion. 4 99.0 Compatible Compatible 40% SAVE 40% SAVE Long LIFE Long LIFE SunLight SunLight DESIGN DESIGN Pmax 100~150 80% Temperature Coefficients 2 29.7 NOCT 45 ± 2 °C 10~20 0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 Pmax -0.46 %/K Metal Halide Fluorescent Mercury LED Halogen Lamps LED Long LIFE Long LIFE Lamps Lamps Lamps Display racks, lobby, reception areas, corridors, stairway, window etc. Voc -0.34 %/K Isc 0.046 %/K North America Solar Business Team Isc LG Electronics U.S.A. Inc Product specifications are subject to change without notice, 1000 Sylvan Ave, Englewood Cliffs, NJ 07632 LG, LG logo, and Life·s Good are trademarks of LG Electronics, Inc. worldwide. Contact : lg.solar@lge.com V international copyright laws Trademarks and intellectual properties LG Electronics, Inc. are protected byoc http://www.lg-solar.com Pmax 14
  • ARCHITECTURERecycled Tetra Pak Poly-Alum panels Tabla 1: Resistencia a la Tracción, Resistencia a la Flexión y Absorción de Agua de las Placas Recicladas Tabla 2: Resistencia a la Tracción, Resistencia a la Flexión y Absorción de Agua de las Tejas Recicladas Tabla 3: Determinación del índice de propagación superficial de llamas 64 15
  • ARCHITECTURERenders 16
  • ARCHITECTUREFinal StructuresDay 17
  • 18
  • ARCHITECTUREFinal StructuresNight 19
  • Alliances &other SponsorsPrivate enterprises who participated in Festival Abierto are ledby LG, and all comply with the principles of CSR. 20
  • Participants2012 21
  • TETRA PAK ROBA MORENA DONA FELICIDADHAPPY POSTS ROCKISTMO ECO CREANDO 22
  • TORTUGUIAS RECIMETAL SEMBRARTEGLOBAL BRIGADES ALIANZA ZERO CONTAMINACION FUNDACIÓN AMANECERES 23
  • YO VOY VERDE PROGRAMA BANDERA AZUL ÁNGELES DE LOS ANIMALESJARDINES URBANOS CREATE INVEST FUNDACIÓN OLGA SINCLAIR 24
  • 25
  • 26
  • Reach 27
  • Initiating on Earth Day, Festival Abierto impacted the collective consciousof Panama with more than 10,000 visitors coming to the Park, more than300,000 people reached via social media, more than 110 publications(web, newspapers, TV, editorial, and radio), more than 250 banners andvideos on the streets.300,000 Tetra Pak cartons were recycled into Poly-Alum panels to createthe pavilions at the festival.During the two days of the Festival we produced 92 kilowatts ofelectricity using LG Mono-X solar modules, which is equivalent ofpowering 10 average Panamanian households for a day.*OOH value $65,000. Ad value $47,000. PR value $190,000. *using 8~10kw a home standard Metrics were provided by RUA-Porter Novelli Agency. Electrical metrics provided by PSI energy consultants. 28
  • PUBLICATIONS AND PR VALUE46% Newpaper: $87,00028% Web: $52,00010% TV: $37,000 5% Editorial: $10,000 2% Radio: $4,000 Metrics were provided by RUA-Porter Novelli Agency 29
  • +10,000 PEOPLE ATTENDANCE 30
  • SOCIALMEDIA&WEB 31
  • SOCIAL MEDIA GrowthTwitter From the 22nd of March - 22 of April a total of 766 people followed Festival Abierto on Twitter. +1,338 Followers Tweet Density The density of tweets was constant throughout the campaign with its followers and had the highest Tweets: interaction vaulues on Messages originated from the brand. wednesday and saturday at Replies: noon. Messages that the brand writes to respond to other peoples tweets. RTs: Other peoples tweets that the brand uses to show to its followers. FFs: User recommendations. 32
  • SOCIAL MEDIATwitterIn the days of the festival the number of followers went from 824 Tweets with furthest reach were able ranged from 7,310 to 21,247to 975. After the festival the number peeked at 1145 displaying the twitter users.continues interest. 3 Retweets 21,247 People Reached Sintoniza YA @mas23tv con los últimos detalles del #FestivalAbierto!!! 18 Tweets 1 reply 7,310 People Reached Buenos Díaz Amig@s. Estamos super emocionadas que MAÑANA es el Festival Abierto! Vengan al Parque Omar 10 A.M.! no te pierdas!  33
  • SOCIAL MEDIATwitterTrendsmap report displaying second highest tweeted name for April Hashtracking.com report displays Festival Abierto at 3rd place inin Panama. their top ten list of impressions in Panama. 34
  • SOCIAL MEDIAFacebook The Festival Abierto Open Tree announcement and tree gallery had the highest impressions during two months, it was later surpassed by the band lineup publication with 75 shares and was seen by over 2,548Communication people on Facebook. The age group for Festival Abierto followers in Facebook ranged from 18-24 years in the beginning, and reached an age group of 34 year olds by the day of the Festival. Growth was of 65% in only one month, which is astounding.+2,225Likes 35
  • SOCIAL MEDIAFacebook In the last 30 days of publication 261 posts (147 from Festival Abierto and 114 from followers), reached 2,944 participating people with likes and comments to a total of 6,926 (more than twice per person).Impact This “voice” allowed that 108,580 people would see the name of Festvial Abierto on Facebook with a total of 931,218 (more than 15 times per person).* Festival Abierto’s Facebook page was clicked on over 187,872 times by followers and non-followers. *The two variables mentioned demonstrates possible duplicates of people and is stands for an indicator of measurement. March 24 - April 22 36
  • SOCIAL MEDIAFacebook Fan percentage for 18-25 year olds to 34 year olds reached an equal percentage of 22%-23%.DistributionDemographics 37
  • SOCIAL MEDIAFacebook Facebook fan support maintained a constant growth with the highlighted peak dates being the 21-22 of April.Growth 38
  • SOCIAL MEDIA PerformanceFacebook Facebook’s most liked message had a reach to over 2,500 people. Publication Density The highest number of participation was reached on thursday 9 am, while the rest of the days conversations remained constant with the fans. 39
  • WEBSITEFestivalabierto.comVisitors OverviewTotal Visits: 9,217 Statistics for festivalabierto.comUnique Visitors: 6,329 March - May 2012 Digital Downloable Guide for the Festival was provided toPageviews: 15,046 have to reduce the carbon footprint.Pages/Visit: 1.63 68.71% New VisitorAvg. Visit Duration: 00:01:48 6,333 Visits 31.29% Returning VisitorBounce Rate: 71.68% 2,884 Visits% New Visits: 68.67% Location Over 50 different countries in the world looked at Festival Abierto’s website during the months of March - May. Countries that visited www.festivalabierto.com 40
  • COMMUNICATIONSPRESS CONFERENCEOn March 28 we were honored to have Mrs. Marta Linares deMartinelli, First Lady of the Republic of Panama to announcethe Plan for 3 years of Festival Abierto. 41
  • MEDIAPress Conference Media Attendance TV SERTV RPC NEWSPAPER LA ESTRELLA EL VENEZOLANO NEWS LA PRENSA LA OPINIÓN MI DIARIO LA OPINIÓN MAGAZINES WEEKEND (Diario la Prensa) OCEAN DRIVE MUJER RADIO RADIO MIA WEB PORTALS PRENSA.COM LATERAL PTY INSTITUTIONS DESPACHO DE LA PRIMERA DAMA LATERAL 42
  • From left to right:Adela Mendoza Director of Public Relations LA PRENSA, Se Wo Park President LG, Maria Gilma Arrocha Director for Legal and Art FESTIVAL ABIERTO,Marta Linares de Martinelli FIRST LADY PANAMA, Ana Melissa Correa President PARQUE ARTE, Jong Hwa Duly Lee Executive Director and Planner FESTIVAL ABIERTO,Liliana Morales Director of Communications TETRA PAK, Dr. Oris Sanjur, Director for Scientific Support SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTE FOR TROPICAL RESEARCH. 43
  • 44
  • 45
  • INAUGURATIONSILENT AUCTIONArt pieces printed on Tetra Pak recycled panels, raised morethan $9,000 Dollars. A number well above all expectations.The silent auction was carried out by arteconsult Gallery andFundación Fundahrte. 46
  • MEDIAInaugural Celebration 47
  • MediaNewspaper & Magazine Impressions 48
  • MEDIANewspaper & Magazine Impressions 49
  • MEDIANewspaper & Magazine Impressions 50
  • MEDIANewspaper & Magazine Impressions 51
  • MEDIANewspaper & Magazine Impressions 52
  • MEDIAWeb Impressions 53
  • MEDIAMessages Spreading Knowledge It was important for us to create interest and share knowledge using the artworks displayed in banners in both digital and outside displays. 54
  • MEDIAOOH Av. Samuel Lewis Av. Vía Israel Calle 50 Causeway de Amador Av. Cincuentenario 55
  • Open TreeCollective ArtProject 56
  • OPEN TREE COLLECTIVE ART PROJECTLG PRICE GIVEAWAYS FOR MOST TWEETED TREES No Creative Boundaries Over 220 trees and counting in an amazing palette of styles, colors and voices from people not only in Panama but around the world. 57
  • 58
  • 59
  • 60
  • 61
  • 62
  • LIVEMUSIC &PERFORMANCES 63
  • BAND LINE UPMAIN STAGE CHILE LOS TRES COLOMBIA SYSTEMA SOLAR PANAMA RAICES Y CULTURA SEÑOR LOOP CIENFUE CARLOS MÉNDEZ ORQUESTA GARASH LOLAS 64
  • 65
  • 66
  • 67
  • 68
  • 69
  • 70
  • 71
  • 72
  • 73
  • 74
  • 75
  • 76
  • 77
  • 78
  • LINE UPSTAGE II < Adrian Benedetti One Park at a time: Saving Environmentalism in Panama Passing through por Nána+na Danza Jaguar Clandestino Música por Roba Morena YOGA para Niños y Karate Teatro Mundo Esperanza (Teatro Casa Esperanza) Modelaje de proyecto reciclaje de Plástico de Fundación Suiza de Cooperación LOS COLORADOS + Launch of New Music Video Poesía y Performance de Mar Alzamora Teatro Carilimpia Yoga para adultos One day on Earth 79
  • Passing through por Nána+na Danza Poesía y Performance de Mar Alzamora 80
  • Music Performances 81
  • Left Top: Música por Roba MorenaLeft Bottom: Teatro Mundo Esperanza (Teatro Casa Esperanza)Right: LOS COLORADOS + Launch of new Music Video 82
  • MAP ENTRADA PEATONAL RAMPA BIBLIOTECA 3 C ENTRADA Entrada Festival 2 > PRINCIPAL 1 6 B 1 B2 A 5 4 7 1 PARKING A 2 LIBRARY & ART EXHIBITON LOCATION JUNGLE 3 FOOD / BEVERAGES / MARKET B 4 STAGE IIPARQUE OMAR EARTH 5 BRIDGE C 6 LIVE MUSIC STAGE OCEAN 7 OPEN TREE EXHIBIT 83
  • ONE LOVEONE FESTIVAL ABIERTO 84
  • 85
  • 86
  • 87
  • 88
  • 89
  • 90
  • 91
  • 92
  • 93
  • 94
  • 95
  • 96
  • 97
  • 98
  • 99
  • Teatro Carilimpia 100
  • 101
  • 102
  • 103
  • 03.FUTUREEDITIONS 104
  • To celebrate the 500 anniversary date of the discovery of the Pacific2013 Ocean, the first Lady of the Republic of Panama will be inviting the world – as a commercial and cultural strategy – to come to Panama to celebrate this historic event.“PACIFIC OCEAN” Festival Abierto 2013 joins this initiative as a program to invite ATP (Authority for Tourism in Panama) to invite visitors to Panama of the entire continent. 105
  • 2014 The Panama Canal celebrates its 100th birthday and Festival Abierto with Public Institutions will be celebrating this event for its magnificent world marvel. An incredible closing will be in the“PANAMA CANAL” works to celebrate the 3rd year of Festival Abierto. 106
  • 03.FINANCIALREPORT 107
  • FINANCIAL REPORT2012 PRODUCTION VALUE Actual Cost ParqueArte Staff $10,000 Creative Services $52,000 Marketing Production $15,000 PR Services $11,000 OOH $65,000 Advertising $47,000 Music Production $63,000 International Artist Lodging $17,000 International Flight Tickets $15,500 Infrastructure & Architecture $40,000 Energy Installation $12,000 Artists Expense $6,000 Art Auction Production $4,000 Staff Volunteer Costs $2,500 On-Site & Security Services $3,000 Clean Up $2,000 Year-long Workshops $5,000 TOTAL $360,000 Cash Sponsor $162,000 In-Kind Donation $198,000 108
  • THE SEED HASBEEN PLANTED.HELP US MAKE ITGROW . 109
  • visit us at: festivalabierto.comfollow us at: facebook.com/festivalabierto or @FestivalAbiertocontact us: info@festivalabierto.comcall: (507) 225-7167fax: (507) 206-2525 110
  • THANK YOU 111