The Cartoon Art Museum has announced Image Comics as its newest corporate member. Founded in 1992, the Berkeley-based publisher spearheaded the creator-owned movement and introduced a number of groundbreaking series including Spawn, Savage Dragon, Saga, and The Walking Dead.
In a release CAM’s executive director Summerlea Kashar said:
We’re extremely pleased to welcome Image as a corporate member. We’ve developed a great relationship with them over the years and worked closely with them during our 20th anniversary retrospective of their work. Their latest show of support not only gives CAM a boost, but also rewards their employees with free museum admission and discounts at our bookstore.
Eric Stephenson, Publisher at Image Comics added:
Image is thrilled to support the Cartoon Art Museum,” said Eric Stephenson, Publisher at Image Comics. “They do a fantastic job of fostering enthusiasm for sequential art and its historical and cultural value here in the Bay Area, and after having such a great experience hosting our Image Expo after party at the museum this past January, we look forward to continuing our partnership into the future.
Designed for businesses both large and small as a way to reward their team, CAM’s Corporate members also giving back to the community, the Cartoon Art Museum’s Corporate Memberships feature free admission for company employees, bookstore discounts, private tours, museum rentals, and advance ticket access to exclusive museum events depending on the level of sponsorship. Basic memberships start at $1,000.