Legacy Arts and Cultural Heritage
ACHF Arts Access ACHF Arts Education
To create a multi-use dedicated educational classroom within the museum. To create a sustainable arts education department in the museum. To provide 6 months of free educational programming to the Moorhead community. To create educational opportunities to youth and under-served segments of our community. To foster arts appreciation in the community through education. To teach a variety of skills and concepts that would otherwise not be experienced by our community. To raise the visibility of the museum and foster a new audience of museum goers. To create quality, paid, professional opportunities for teaching artists. 1. Exit Surveys. Participants will be asked to complete a survey gauging their experience and likeliness to attend future educational programs. At least 75% will respond positively. 2. Additionally information will be gained through talk back sessions with staff. These conversations will be documented by staff. 3. Artist/teachers will also be asked to complete a survey.
From a pool of 75 respondents, 75.68% of participants felt that the Rourke Art Academy class that they took was "Excellent." An additional 22.98% of participants responded that the Rourke Art Academy program that they attended was "Very Good." In the same survey, we asked if low cost/free arts programs are needed in Moorhead. 98.65% respondents answered "Yes." Based on these results, the Rourke Art Academy initiative needs to become a staple of our institution's annual, community-based arts programming. Thi
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