General Public Survey

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General Public Survey

The arts are the heartbeat of our communities, the fuel that ignites our imagination, and the creative force that brings joy and meaning to our lives. Now, it’s time for your voice to be heard. The Saskatchewan Arts Alliance (SAA) is excited to announce the launch of our updated survey, and we need YOUR help to paint a vibrant picture of the arts in Saskatchewan.

In 2014, as a partner in the S.P.A.R., we embarked on an unprecedented journey to understand our province’s importance of creativity, artists, and the arts. Now, we’re back to continue this important research and want you to participate. Whether you’re an avid arts enthusiast or simply appreciate the beauty surrounding us, your insights are invaluable.

We’re calling on all Saskatchewan residents aged 18 and above to participate in this 12-15 minute online survey. We want to hear about your connections with artists and arts organizations, your engagement in creative activities, and the value you place on artists and their remarkable work. Your perspectives will help shape the future of the arts in our province and influence decisions that impact our vibrant artistic community.

Your opinion matters. Your support matters. By taking this survey, you become an advocate for the arts, helping to shape policies and programs that benefit our communities. Together, let’s celebrate the artists who bring colour to our lives, champion the creativity that fuels our province, and ensure that the arts continue to thrive in Saskatchewan.

Take advantage of this opportunity to make your voice heard. Join us in this exciting endeavour by participating in the updated Saskatchewan Arts Survey today. Together, we’ll weave a tapestry of artistic excellence that reflects the unique spirit of our province.

Click on the link below to take the survey now and share your insights with us. Let’s paint a brighter future for the arts in Saskatchewan.

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