© Buckland Museum of Witchcraft and Magick, 2021

© Buckland Museum of Witchcraft and Magick, 2021

ALTAR SPONSORSHIP

Altar Sponsorship opportunities at

The Buckland Museum of Witchcraft & Magick

The recently expanded Buckland Museum now features an additional gallery space that will be utilized to highlight local artists. Part of this gallery space is a large altar which we would like to use to highlight the rich and diverse magickal community of northeast Ohio. We are asking local businesses, covens, and organizations to sponsor different altars throughout the year. Our goal is to bring some Cleveland history and magick to this very special museum that we are lucky to host in our city. The Buckland Museum of Witchcraft and Magick is the first and only museum in the United States to celebrate witchcraft and the occult and their related cultures. 

 

WHAT WOULD A SPONSORSHIP LOOK LIKE?
You would decorate the altar as you see fit. Maybe it’s for a specific holiday or an example of an altar for your specific personal practice. How it looks is up to you. We would like you to provide an “artist's statement” about you and the altar. For example, why did you choose these specific flowers or candle colors? Let the museum patrons know and learn. The altar will be up for approximately two months at a time. During that time we ask that you either check up on your altar or leave items & detailed instructions for the museum director to replace as needed: i.e. candles, incense, water. If you use fresh flowers, be sure to check on them to see if they need replaced, etc. 

WHAT DATES ARE AVAILABLE?

MAY-JUNE 2021: Spiritualist themed show with artists from Lily Dale. 
(Also during Beltane & Summer Solstice)

JULY-AUGUST 2021: Chakra themed photo series by artist L.A. Carr 
(Lammas is 8/1)

SEPT-OCTOBER 2021: Satanic Panic: Witches, Dragons & Monsters in Pop Culture
(Mabon & Samhain)


MAR-APRIL 2022: The Power of the Goddess: Fertility, Spring, and Mother Earth

(Brigid’s Day/Ostra)

MAY-JUNE 2022:  Tentative theme:  Familiars (with a TBD Cat Rescue)  

(Beltane/Summer Solstice)

JULY-AUG 2022:  Tentative theme:  Fae Folk & Folklore

(Lammas)


MARKETING

You will be able to provide literature about your organization or business for museum patrons to take home with them. You will also be featured through direct marketing with both Buckland Museum’s & Lake Witch’s mailing lists, as well as featured on Buckland’s social media channels with over 8,500 followers on instagram alone. The museum has been internationally featured in publications such as Roadside America, Atlas Obscura, & Haunt Jaunts.  Your altar will be viewed by international travelers, road trippers, and locals as the Buckland Museum sees, on average, 5600 visitors a year from all over the world. 

 

About The Buckland Museum of Witchcraft and Magick

Raymond Buckland founded The Buckland Museum of Witchcraft and Magick in 1966. After visiting the late Gerald Gardner and his collection on the Isle of Man, Raymond was inspired to start a collection of his own. While working for British Airways, he was able to acquire many of the artifacts in this collection from all around the world. He initially displayed his museum on a few shelves in the basement of his Long Island, N.Y. home. However, over time, Raymond’s witchcraft collection rapidly grew to well over 500 artifacts, ranging from Ancient Egyptian ushabtis to documented artifacts from the Salem Witch trials. This was the first museum of its kind in the United States with an anthropological approach to the world of folklore and the supernatural.

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