Legacy Arts and Cultural Heritage
ACHF Arts Education
1. To feature work done by a world class artist, 2. To demonstrate that art is accessible by installing art in a community public park setting, 3. To encourage the interaction with high quality art in a natural setting, and encourage the healthy activity of walking through a park filled with art, 4. To provide a place for artists to come and create, perform, or renew their talent and skill.1. Surveys to collect demographic information and audience feedback will be available in the playbills and collected at intermission. This will enable Theatre L'Homme Dieu to accurately measure when goal of the 10% increase in young audiences is met, 2. Survey Monkey polls will be sent to all participants (and their parents) following each of the workshops and Master Class to judge the effectiveness of the content, instructors, and willingness to take another class at Theatre L'Homme Dieu. 3. Survey Monkey polls will be sent to any family who takes advantage of the complimentary childcare to gauge its effectiveness and attractiveness to families with small children.
Box office reporting was used to track the numbers of participants in both the Workshop Series and Artist Residency, although there was a small number of walk-ups for the staged reading portion of the Artist Residency not reflected in the official reporting. Finally, the informal audience poll taken following the staged reading reflected a 100% approval rating for a similar project in the future seasons of Theatre L’Homme Dieu. Additionally, Theatre L’Homme Dieu provided meaningful training for aspiring young performing artists: 80% of the participants in the classes were either high school or college aged people from the area. The Artist Residency staged reading drew a total of 45 people and six of those were recent high school graduates who traveled from St Paul for the production.
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