Thank you to our institutional sponsors.
De La Salle University is a leading learner-centered research institution of higher learning in the Philippines. The University is recognized for its academic excellence, innovative research, and empowering community engagement. Founded by the Brothers of the Christian Schools in 1911, DLSU continues to pursue educational ideals geared towards social transformation.
School of the Arts, Media, Performance & Design
School of Creative and Performing Arts
PSi’s current membership model separates individual memberships in PSi from conference registration. This structure opens a space for a much wider membership based not on proximity to the annual conference but on interest in the field of performance studies. Institutional sponsorships come with complimentary memberships and exciting advertising opportunities.
Institutional Sponsor $750 USD
– Logo and advertisement placed prominently at the top of the PSi website, including hyperlinks that will direct visitors to your institution’s webpage
– Logo and advertisement in the program of the annual conference
– 5 advertisements per year in PSi’s news postings and social media updates
– 5 full memberships (annual income over 15000 USD) or 10 memberships for students, unemployed and lowest income level (annual income below 15000 USD); or a combination: 3 full and 4 student memberships, or 2 full and 6 student memberships.
Much of PSi’s support comes from the strong network of scholars and scholarly institutions that have contributed financially to the organization over its 20+ year history. PSi’s Institutional Sponsors are a core group of institutions at the forefront of the field committed to assisting PSi in creating value for members, and for the field of Performance Studies as a whole. An institutional sponsor helps PSi’s day-to-day operations, including oversight of Conferences, Regional Research Clusters, Prizes, and other publication, website and archival initiatives.
We sincerely hope that your institution will be able to support us this year.