ACHF Arts Access
Serve 250,000 people through artistic and education programs, including 85,000 served through opportunities designed to increase access to the arts. Participation counts, surveys, formal assessment designed to measure against the following benchmarks: Increase access to the arts for 85,000 people; serve 3,000+ children through education programs. 2: Produce a season of seven plays that meet rigorous standards of artistic excellence and represent diverse voices, including five world premieres. Internal and external artistic assessment; audience satisfaction surveys; audience counts; reviews; community events and conversations; ongoing monitoring of commissioning/development activities.
CTC served 291,872 youth, families and teachers through productions and education programs, including 103,925 people who came through access programs. CTC used participation counts to assess increases in access and implemented a survey of access/community engagement program participants. CTC conducted formal assessments of education programs in the schools. 2: CTC produced seven diverse plays and musicals, including five world premieres, representing reimagined classics and inspiring new works. Community input included the LGBTQ Focus Group; a check-in with groups serving low income households; the Latino Council, which seeks to expand CTC's relationship with the Latino community; and the new Twin Cities Large Cultural Organizations Forum.
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