ACHF Arts Access
A successful leadership transition marking a new era for Penumbra and signaling to the country that black art, lives, and stories matter in Minnesota. This outcome will be measured by the successful execution of the transition as marked by media coverage and patron response. 2: 20,000 individuals will participate in art that grows, nuances, and strengthens their understanding of racial equity and justice in the Twin Cities. Participation will be tracked through box offices records, and education and outreach tracking. Patron response to activities will be tracked through electronically distributed surveys.
Penumbra's 40th season engaged audiences in its groundbreaking art for social change and celebrated its singular role in American arts. Penumbra tracked media coverage in the Star Tribune, Minnesota Public Radio, Pioneer Press, KARE 11, and City Pages; monitored fundraising efforts as part of its successful 40th Anniversary campaign. 2: Penumbra's dynamic mix of artistic offerings engaged over 20,000 patrons in issues of social justice and equity. Penumbra tracked a 37% increase in subscribers and a 32% increase in patron participation (20,447 total); assessed qualitative feedback via post-show surveys.
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