ACHF Arts Access
I will learn how to work with a variety of tree species, design books in Indesign, and work on website through Dreamweaver. The final evaluation will come from the book's documentation of 32 spoons, the book reception attendance, and Google analytics on how many users browse the photo gallery online. 2: Thirty-two families across Minnesota will receive an original spoon, 100 books will be made, a book reception will host 200 visitors, and the website will reach out to 200 visitors. The outcome will be evaluated through an online comment page where spoon recipients can comment on the spoons, book viewers can share feedback, and online users will be tracked through Google analytics.
The outcome was a greater knowledge of craft, web design, book design, and connections within the craft community. 2: Hirsch shared this project with 32 spoon recipients, engaged 200 individuals through lectures and exhibitions, and created a website for engagement.