What do Artists need? We need your ideas!
The Arrowhead Regional Arts Council’s mission is to facilitate and encourage local arts
development. This mission statement grows from a conviction that the arts improve the quality of life in the region.
Every two to four years, the Arrowhead Regional Arts Council conducts a needs assessment to help determine its programming for the future. The state asks us to get input from the arts community and the arts-involved public so we can assess and prioritize needs.
This year, ARAC is using a combination of methods to listen to the public including summaries from outreach efforts, special meetings to get feedback, and this online survey. We will have one more public meeting on January 30 in Duluth (details below) to listen to the public. You are also welcome to send us an email or letter with your ideas about what our priorities to support the arts should be.
Give us feedback by filling out this short 5 question survey.
All answers are anonymous.
Please respond by Monday, February 11
Arts in the Region: A Conversation about Needs
Due to the cold weather last week, our Arts in the Region: A Conversation about Needs has been rescheduled to this week. The details are below.
Arts in the Region: A Conversation about Needs.
Wednesday, February 6, 2019
5:30-7 p.m. at the ARAC offices,
424 W. Superior Street, Suite 104. Duluth
We also welcome your letters or emails with suggestions for ARAC programming as we move forward. Your thoughts are welcome anytime, but to be included in this formal report, please send them to us by Thursday, February 14. Send them to us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
or via traditional mail to ARAC, 424 W. Superior St., Suite, 104, Duluth, MN 55805.
ARAC awards grants to artists and organizations residing in the seven counties of the Arrowhead Region of Minnesota (Aitkin, Carlton, Cook, Itasca, Koochinching, Lake, and St. Louis counties). ARAC is one of eleven regional arts councils in Minnesota. Funding for ARAC programs and services is provided through appropriations from the Minnesota State Legislature, the Arts and Cultural Heritage Amendment, and grants from the McKnight Foundation, Bush Foundation, and Blandin Foundation.