ACHF Arts Access
Increase accessibility to collection through comprehensive documentation and digitalization to improve and expand means of access. A designated number of artworks will be cataloged and the database audited for accuracy and tested by users for utility. 2: Align collection with communities of interest. Tweed Museum demonstrates improved utility in deploying collection resources for display, research, and access for K-12 teachers. Interviews and surveys based on established user criteria will be used to assess access time, satisfaction of researchers, teachers' use of curricular tools, and audience responses to programs.
Cataloging continued. 3,500 objects safely rehoused. Art loans made to national and international venues. Audience increases. Maintain standards for cataloging, loans and research. Audited data entry. Timely service for info/access requests. Report on catalog project given Minnesota Historical Society, with approval and formal closure of their grant award. 2: Native art acquired. Attendance increase. Public, K-12 and student use strong. Major regional artist highlighted in exhibition. Services provided ranked high by audience responses. Reinvigorated board introduces newsletter. Staff morale assessed as improved.
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