Art Project Legacy
ACHF Arts Access
1. Installation of Mural in April/May 2014. 2. Increase the understanding and enjoyment of public art by Marshall Residents as demonstrated in survey responses. Verbal and written surveys to be taken with 30-40 days of the installation of mural. 3. Provide the Marshall community with quality public art accessible to all. 4. Invite public participation in the interaction with these public spaces, providing brochure on mural available at local businesses. Brochure to be printed and distributed to downtown businesses within 30 days of installation.Positive Reponses to local newspaper, (editorials, letters to editor, electronic poll). Surveys taken by volunteers involved in project. Surveys taken at community wide events, Marshall Area Fine Arts Council concerts, etc., available at Marshall Area Fine Arts Council and on its website, Marshall Community Services Website, and other websites to be identified. A majority of those responding to surveys would agree that mural is of high quality, is a positive experience, provides a sense of community values, pride in the community and provide improved attractions to downtown Marshall. Mural installed within timelines specified.
The measurable outcomes: The company, Digigraphics of Minneapolis had installation completed on July 31, 2014 -- met deadline. Total costs of installation was a lower than the initial estimate.
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