Waterloo Art Center Questionnaire
The owners of the historic Waterloo Organ Factory on Washington Street have teamed up with the Village of Waterloo and Cornell University's Design Connect program to reinvent the building into the Waterloo Community Art Center. In addition to highlighting the work of local artists, the space aims to provide studio and event spaces available to anyone wishing to advance a culture of art and creativity in the community of Waterloo.

We hope to hear from community members like you, and learn what you think is important to a successful Art Center in Waterloo. We appreciate your time and your responses to the questions below. Please, do not feel obligated to answer every question. Thank you!

For more information, please visit this website dedicated to the project: https://www.waterlooartcenter.com/
Of the proposed uses, select those that you feel are most important to the success of the center. Or recommend your own idea! (Check all that apply)
What kinds of art classes would like to see available? (Check all that apply)
Do you practice or participate in any forms of art? If so, which ones? Anything you consider personally art counts!
Have you purchased art from or supported any local artists or art venues in the past?
Do you visit art galleries in other towns/cities? If so, what do you enjoy about those galleries and what do you think should be included in a successful gallery space?
On average, how many times a month do you visit the Waterloo waterfront?
Clear selection
What do you think could be done on this property to make the waterfront a more attractive or enjoyable place to be?
Do you have any memories or stories from your life related to the Waterloo Organ Company/Moore’s Furniture building or surrounding area?
Any other comments, questions or concerns about the project?
If you have any further questions, or would like more information, please reach out to Don Northrup at dnorthrup@waterloony.com. Thank you for completing this survey!
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