Cuyahoga Arts & Culture will hold a forum for CAC-funded organizations on Monday, May 11 to share the results of a recent community survey and brainstorm ways to connect residents to public funding for arts and culture.
How do Cuyahoga County Residents value, participate and learn about arts & culture? We conducted a community survey to find out. Hear what we learned and leave with data to inform your work at a forum for our cultural partners on Monday, May 11 at 8:30 a.m. at Benjamin Rose Institute in Cleveland
Briefing: Valuable Findings from CAC’s Community Survey, 8:30-9:00 AM
Executive directors, key staff and trustees will find value in the opportunity to learn findings from CAC’s statistically significant community survey conducted by TRIAD Research Group.Leave armed with data on cultural participation trends and inspired to take action to raise awareness of the value of public funding for arts & culture in our community
Deep Dive: Telling Your Story & Bridging the Public Funding Awareness Gap, 9:00-10:00 AM
While CAC-funded programs are reaching thousands of County residents each year, a key finding of our recent survey indicates only 31% have heard of Cuyahoga Arts & Culture. In this session, hear inspiring and effective methods your arts and cultural peers are using to connect their work with the value of public funding.You’ll leave with informed ideas and tools to successfully raise awareness with your community