SHETLAND Arts is inviting everybody with an interest in the arts agency’s work to spare a few minutes and fill in an online questionnaire to help determine its future direction.
Arts development manager Kathy Hubbard said the organisation was currently reviewing all its art form development plans, and would like as many people as possible to be involved in the shaping of Shetland Arts.
“The survey only takes a few minutes to complete. The information and opinions gathered will be of real value and importance to the way we think about our plans for the next three years.”
The survey is available to complete online at www.surveymonkey.com/s/shetlandartsfocus
Alternatively a copy can be picked up from Shetland Arts at the Toll Clock Centre, Bonhoga Gallery, Shetland Library, The Peerie Shop Café, Islesburgh Community Centre and a number of country shops.
Ms Hubbard added that the survey included issues such as the frequency and quality of events and activities, how people find out what the agency does and what they would like to see happening in future.
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