ACHF Arts Education
Provide Hmong youth an animation learning opportunity to address social and cultural issues in their Hmong Community. Process Evaluation, which will measure the success of the process, and the Outcome Evaluation, focusing on behavioral changes among participants will evaluate Project Success through audience feedback and participant surveys. 2: To work with 40 youth, engage 1,000+ animation lovers and 500+ children/youth to the exhibition/forum discussions, with approximately 50% would be new patrons. Participants and Audience will be tracked by program attendance and event attendance records.
The Project has successfully offered Animation training to at risk youth as planned, and used Animation to address social and cultural issues of youth concerns. The Project has used the Process Evaluation methods to measure the success with event flyers, participant surveys and focus group interview. With high percentage of youth satisfaction rate, PAAA likes to explore building and/or strengthening partnerships with other youth arts programs within community-based organizations in order to share our successful practices, and to build and/or extend networks of support for youth participants. 2: The Project has successfully trained forty-one youth, hosted two public exhibitions, and attracted 1,555 audience. We have used surveys and focus group interview to evaluate the project, interview questions were as follow. Participants: How would you describe the youth in the program, with the staff, and with the relationships? Program Experiences: Your work with the [art project]? Ways in which issues of difference or inequality like race, gender, culture, or poverty are a part of the discussions and work of the program? Ways in which your ethnic history and experiences are valued in the program? (If at all), Ways in which your skills increased in the program? (If at all). What would you like the best of the program?
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