ACHF Arts Access
Further the Minnesota Marine Art Museum's Regional Artist Initiative, build collaborations, and engage and evaluate the programmatic functions of the Museum. Utilize qualitative evaluation which includes artistic, educational, social, and economic benefit categories. Two questions we ask are: did we develop community identity? Did we enhance art appreciation? 2: Further the Museum's educational programs, outreach, and engagement initiatives. Collect community feedback and utilize quantitative (participation) and qualitative systems. For internal qualitative evaluation, one question is: did we communicate relevant ideas and improve understanding?
Successful Mississippi River-inspired exhibitions, MMAM programs and outreach programs with regional artists Chris Faust and Nick Wroblewski. Direct and social media feedback from public, admission and membership numbers (record FY 2015), discussions with outreach partners, and internal evaluation with staff each pointed to positive results. 2: Successful implementation of many lectures and talks, family events and programs, gallery interactives, and outreach including University residency and Family Art Day. Direct and social media feedback from public, participation numbers, discussions with outreach partners, and internal evaluation with staff each pointed to many positive programs.
Other, local or private