ASCA Shutdown Survey
The Alaska State Council on the Arts was shutdown from July 15 - August 30, 2019. This may seem like a brief window, but in that time, the agency lost key staff and with them the momentum and capacity to continue programs. Rebuilding has been steady but slow and part of that rebuilding process is to gather information from the Alaska arts community.

The goal of this survey--sponsored by the Alaska Arts and Culture Foundation--is to learn more about what impacts the shutdown has had on Alaskans. The Alaska Arts & Culture Foundation strives to develop resources and provide services to support the arts in Alaska and advance the mission of the Alaska State Council on the Arts. Visit us at
Email address *
Tell us about yourself... *
Let us know how you fit into the Alaska arts community. Select all that apply.
Which community do you call home? *
Your answer
What impacts has the temporary shutdown of the Alaska State Council on the Arts had on you or your organization? *
Select all that apply.
Please take a moment to describe some of these impacts for us. *
Your answer
Did you engage in any of the following responses to the shutdown?
Select all that apply.
Which programs would you like to see the Alaska State Council on the Arts prioritize in the future? *
Please select your top three.
Alaska Artistic License Plate *
The Alaska State Council on the Arts is considering using the Alaska Artistic License Plate to raise funds for the agency after a new design is issued in 2021. Beyond the base cost of a plate, how much of an additional fee would you be willing to pay for an Artistic License Plate?
Additional Impacts
Beyond the impacts from ASCA's temporary shutdown, what additional impacts has Alaska's current budgetary climate had on artists or arts organizations in your community?
Your answer
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