ACHF Arts Access
Implement dynamic roster of 8-10 high quality exhibitions that meaningfully connect to audiences. Quantitative evaluation includes attendance and support, and qualitative evaluation includes visitor feedback systematically gained by MMAM staff and volunteers. 2: Engage audiences in regular and special educational programs and outreach for all ages. Quantitative evaluation includes attendance and support, and qualitative evaluation includes participant feedback systematically gained by program leaders.
MMAM benefited a growing audience, including thousands of students from the region. They experienced nine high-quality exhibitions, varied in many ways. Direct and indirect feedback from visitors/students/teachers in-person and online engagement on social media channels, review sites. Admission to the museum, museum programs, regional school participation, and membership grew. 2: Students of all ages. Adults and lifelong learners. Participants benefited from engaging with working artists, learned more about art history, art-making. Enrollment in programs; comments from participants and program leaders during and after programs; social media engagement before, during, and after; directed social media tags and their use. Onsite surveys following adult programs.
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