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Community Input Survey for Granby Cultural Council
The Granby Cultural Council is collecting opinions to help us set our funding priorities for next few years. Please take a moment to complete this survey by May 15. Thank you for participating in the 2020 survey.
Are you aware of the Granby Cultural Council?
What current arts and cultural programs or services are you aware of and feel are important to maintain?
What do you consider to be important issues relating to culture in our community? (i.e., neighborhood revitalization, artists' live and work spaces, special population group needs, school system needs, etc.)?
What might artists and arts organizations do to make ours a more livable, prosperous community?
Were you aware that artists, schools and community groups can apply for grants from the Granby Cultural Council grants funds?
How do you hear about cultural activities that interest you?
Notices at the Library
Cable access channel
Word of mouth
Social media (Facebook, Twitter, etc.)
Our funding priorities have been to attempt to impact the highest number of Granby residents given its annual budget and prioritize events, activities, programs, etc. that occur within the town of Granby, MA unless transportation is provided to residents for outside of the community. Programs that support schools, town programs, special installations or events are weighed with equal value. Additional criteria reflects local concerns and the communities cultural needs: we are seeking a variety of cultural projects that empower, educate, enrich, enlighten, endeavors and excites the town of Granby. Please make sure that you have scheduled a date for the event, and secured a venue. Maximum grant funded that can be requested is $1,000.00. Do you believe we have made this clear in our publicity and our communications to applicants?
Yes, quite clear
Yes, reasonably clear
No, not very clear
No, not clear at all
What should be the most important priorities that our council should consider for LCC funding? Please tell us at least your top three recommendations.
Professional development of local artists through community projects
Arts education in the schools
Nature, science, environmental education projects
Restoration or preservation project
Communitywide gatherings: festivals, concerts, plays
Field trips for students to museums or performances
Projects celebrating local history, cultural diversity
Local cable programming
Is there a particular population segment we should aim to reach through public funding of cultural projects?
People with disabilities
Immigrant, minority, or ethnic communities
If affiliated with a cultural organization, what are the most significant challenges you (your organization) expect to be facing in the next two years?
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