Hearst Center for the Arts Programming Survey
The Hearst Center for the Arts is interested in learning more about your programming interests. As we move into the winter months, we’d love your feedback on both in-person and virtual public programs as we build our season of offerings. Thank you for taking the time to complete the survey.
The following are public programs I am interested in attending ONLINE (check all that apply)
Talks/readings with authors
Talks with artists
Live music concerts
Small group discussions
Clubs (photo club, drink and draw, book club, ukulele club)
The following are art education opportunities I am interested in attending ONLINE (check all that apply)
Youth art classes or workshops
Adult fine art classes or workshops (drawing, painting, etc.)
Adult craft workshops (wreath-making, candle-making, etc.)
Youth ceramics classes or workshops
Adult ceramics classes or workshops
The following are youth small group workshops I am interested in attending IN PERSON (check all that apply)
The following are adult small group workshops I am interested in attending IN PERSON (check all that apply)
Ceramics (Wheel throwing and hand-building)
Printmaking (lino, screenprinting, etc.)
Visiting Artist workshops
Craft (candle-making, seasonal craft, etc.)
If you would attend a virtual program, would you prefer attending live at a specified time, or would you prefer a video you could watch on your own at any time?
In real time
Video at my convenience
If you prefer live virtual programs, what days and times work best for you?
If a live virtual program were for children or teens, what days and times work best for you?
I have internet at home.
I have a computer at home.
Have you used any of the following online services before?
Do you know how to use an online service like Zoom?
If you prefer live virtual programs, what platform works best for you? (Zoom, Facebook Live, etc.)
If the Hearst Center hosted an outdoor program at a local park, on the patio, or other outdoor venue, weather permitting, would you attend if it was something that interested you? (example, live music or poetry reading)
What outdoor parks or venues would you recommend for Hearst Center programs?
Where do you find out about what’s going on at the Hearst Center? (Check all that apply)
Hearst Center webpage
Word of mouth
Hearst Center E-News
Hearst Center mailed seasonal brochures
Have you visited the Hearst in person since March?
Have you attended a virtual program through the Hearst since March?
If you haven’t attended a virtual program presented by the Hearst, what has been your biggest barrier to attending? (Technology, level of interest in topics/program offered, timing, etc.)
Are you a Friend of the Hearst?
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