ACHF Arts Access
To provide quality arts programming to 700 youth and 100 adults who are at-risk, disabled, low-income, or have transportation barriers. ArtReach will keep detailed records of the preceding barriers and services provided to these individuals. Lesson plans will be pre-approved by a programming committee and evaluated using anonymous surveys with a client satisfaction rate of 95%. 2: Provide new programming to students currently lacking the means to access the arts. ArtReach will serve a total of 800 individuals who would have otherwise not have had the opportunity to participate in arts programming. Transportation will be provided when necessary. Program fees will be eliminated for qualified populations.
Over 53 classes were presented to the community, along with over 150 hours of Open Studio through this grant. Approximately 35% of the attendees fell at or below federal poverty guidelines. Lesson plans were pre-approved by a programming committee and evaluated using anonymous surveys; client satisfaction rate was 97% across all programs funded by this grant. 2: ArtReach served a total of 1,200 individuals who would have otherwise not have had the opportunity to participate in arts programming. Transportation was provided when necessary. Program fees were eliminated for qualified populations; 11 children and 6 adults attended classes or camps on full- or partial-scholarships, Our free support group art classes were very well attended. 94% of those who attended either reside in local group homes, attended the alternative learning high school, or were living at the local battered women's shelter.
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