Arts Tour Minnesota
ACHF Arts Access
Audiences will better understand the diversity of contemporary literature. Audiences will better understand individual artistic aims and/or the role of the arts in our public life. We will use online surveys for all (instead of only select) residency audiences, and thus increase the feedback we receive. 2: New and underserved audiences will have better access to our programming. We will continue to use hard-copy evaluations, distributed and tabulated by classroom teachers, for high school visits. Counters at our Web site will tabulate unique visits to our pages and audio archive.
Our residency model created opportunities for audience members to understand and experience literature in a variety of ways: through small conversations among writers, through radio interviews, through general craft discussions, through performances. Our web and paper surveys confirmed we achieved our outcomes. Our program created opportunities for Minnesota artists as well: We hosted eight Minnesota writers of the seventeen total. 2: Built into our programing was targeted outreach to youth through high school visits. Our surveys after those visits confirm we were successful. Our web statistics for the year confirm we are reaching new audiences for our archive of interviews and performances, which are of particular value for remote or place-bound audiences.
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