Arts Tour Minnesota
ACHF Arts Access
The Ballroom Project will provide access to high quality arts opportunities to residents of six greater Minnesota communities. Indicators of success are the number of Minnesotans who participate in workshops led by professional artists and number who attend shows. Tools to measure these outcomes are tracking/reporting on number of participants and audience members in each town. 2: Luverne Seifert will tour to four Minnesota communities he hasn't previously visited - Barrett/Glenwood, Duluth, Glencoe and Mentor. Indicators of success are completion of workshops/performances in these four communities. This outcome will be measured by tracking/reporting on all communities visited on the 2015 tour.
The Ballroom Project provided access to high quality arts opportunities to residents in fourteen greater Minnesota communities. Ticket sale calculations were based on reservations and head counts. We calculated that 1,804 people attended the show, including 63 talent show performers who attended the event at no cost. 587 people completed the surveys. 1. Did the show change the way you think about theater (344 yes 223 No) 2. Would you consider attending another theater event (584 yes 10 No). 3. Were you inspired research of old Ballrooms (404 yes 184 no) 4. Would experience another ballroom or historical site in the future? (561 yes 23 No). 2: The Ballroom Project successfully completed twenty-three performances in fourteen communities, all venues were first time performances. The number of audience members were recorded at each of the venues and adults, children and senior attendees were tallied. The ballrooms were prioritized based on whether it was the first time we performed in that community.
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