"Make a Change" in comic script - written in cloud, with lightning bolts all around.

Support us

A unique project gains clout through its strong partners and supporters: Create space for this unique "collision" of art and science and enable new perspectives.
We welcome your support in the form of sponsorship but also donations, both from companies and private individuals.

Corporate sponsorship creates and strengthens the visibility of your brand among young audiences, students and positions you in the public perception as a TOP employer. 

Please transfer your donation to support our innovative STEM project to:
Raiffeisenlandesbank NÖ-Wien AG
F.-W.-Raiffeisenplatz 1, 1020 Vienna
IBAN: AT19 3200 0200 0061 1228
Technische Universität Wien/Donation Account
Reason for transfer: GEV011023CUC
Details on Tax benefits & donation confirmation

Good reasons

  • you create awareness among students, parents and educators about the possibilities and opportunities of technical studies
  • you awaken pupils' interest in art and technology
  • you enable access to art and culture - especially for less-educated classes

For more information on how you can support our project and our sponsorship packages, please contact Nicole Moneta: e-mail or +43 1 58801 406808

Our supporters about the project

Overall Project management and Fundraising

Portrait photo Nicole Moneta

© Klaus Ranger

Awakening interest in technology

Portrait Sonja Zimmermann

© Berndorf AG/Christian Husar

"How can new target groups - especially women - be interested in technology? In search of a solution to this question, the TU Wien has launched the Cultural Collisions programme. The idea of using art to make technical issues interesting for people who have had little contact with technology up to now is extremely innovative: the creative half of our brain is to be used to open up access to topics that are located precisely in the other half of the brain, the left hemisphere. The Berndorf Private Foundation supports this novel approach in the hope that it will interest even more people in the exciting topic of technology."

Sonja Zimmermann
Chairwoman of the Berndorf Private Foundation

Challenges of the Future

Portrait Andreas Klauser

© PALFINGER AG/Peter Rigaud

"In order to be able to successfully master the diverse challenges of the future together, our society needs significantly more young, highly educated and motivated women and men. I am glad that PALFINGER, as a partner of Cultural Collisions, is helping to show young people the exciting prospects of technical professions at an early stage."

Andreas Klauser

Promoting the future

[Translate to English:] Portrait Peter Oswald

© Andi Bruckner, www.andibruckner.com

"MM Group is very concerned to inspire pupils to study STEM subjects and to promote their creativity. MM is aware of its social responsibility and actively supports young people on their way into the future. 
The innovative and interdisciplinary approach to science, technology and art offered by Cultural Collisions breaks down traditional role models and at the same time tests interdisciplinary competences - an important skill for the STEM professions of the future."

Peter Oswald
CEO MM Group 

Encourage courage and creativity

Portrait Elfriede Baumann

© Matthias Heisler

"We are delighted to support TU Wien in promoting young STEM talent. After all, Cultural Collisions encourages young people to unleash their creative and intellectual potential and to engage intensively with the topic of climate change. This project is a living example of how innovation and interdisciplinary collaboration can enrich the education and future of our youth, and thus the future of all of us."

Elfriede Baumann
Chairwoman of the Foundation Board, TU Wien Foundation

Sponsors and donors

We would like to thank our sponsors and donors who make such a project possible.

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