ACHF Arts Access
Participants and audience members will experience theatrical forms, aesthetics, and learning opportunities that expand their knowledge and worldview. Audience surveys collecting experience info; audience focus groups; internal and external artistic assessment. 2: Minnesotans from diverse cultural, socioeconomic, and geographic backgrounds will participate in relevant, accessible arts experiences at CTC. Audience surveys collecting demographic and experience info; audience focus groups; analysis of first-time participants and return participant behavior.
CTC served 272,830 youth, families, and teachers through productions and education programs, including 82,221 people who came through access programs. CTC used participation counts and implemented audience surveys to measure engagement in artistic programs. CTC conducted formal assessments of education programs in the schools. 2: CTC deepened relationships with community organizations, which resulted in a 26% increase in $5 (or free) ACT Pass tickets to our public performances. CTC's director of access and inclusion worked with CTC's marketing department and staff liaisons with targeted communities to streamline enrollment in and improve tracking of the ACT Pass program.
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