ACHF Arts Access
Our goal is to have a clear vision of how our project can support our local artists’ needs, demonstrate connection with youth, seniors, city officials etc., expose residents of the Big Stone Lake area to the beauty, character, and expression the arts instills in imagination and creativity. The primary outcomes of this project are; creation of a building design concept and presentation drawings, the development of an estimated construction budget and a preliminary draft of a business plan. The foundation of these outcomes will be dictated by the vision of our local artists and input from the greater community. Achievements of goals will also be measured by how the project creates the most established impact on the arts community. If by the end of the proposed project imperative information and consultation has been provided to the arts council in which a plan has been established to move forward, we will consider our goal for this project achieved. Evaluation tools include our BSAC Individual Artist Survey and our Connecting with Our Community Process document results of which will be combined in a checklist of data to provide direction to the architect and committee in the design process.
As we have rolled out the design of the building, reactions have been well received. Our benchmarks included classroom space, meeting space for approximate 130 individuals (medium size), office space and art gallery space, all of which the design provides.
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