ACHF Arts Access
Serve 250,000 young people and families through productions and education programs, with a focus on increasing access and engaging new communities. Increase access to productions/classes for 80,000 people; serve 900+ low-income children through Bridges programs; co-host engagement events with community organizations. Evaluation: counts, surveys, formal assessment. 2: Commission and produce world premiere work by both nationally acclaimed and local theatre artists that meets international standards of artistic excellence. Produce a season of eight plays, including two world premieres by Minnesota artists; increase commissions for artists/works of color; increase community engagement around productions. Evaluation: counts, surveys, community discussion.
CTC served 210,000 young people and families through productions and education programs, including 85,000 people who came through access programs. CTC used participation counts to assess increases in access and implemented a survey (in progress) of access/community engagement program participants. CTC conducted formal assessments of education programs in the schools. 2: CTC produced eight plays, including two premieres by Minnesota artists; commissioned/developed new works by 10+ artists; and increased community engagement. CTC used audience counts, an audience survey, and community discussion/co-learning opportunities to assess artistic and community engagement success.
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