United Arts is excited to partner once again with Americans for the Arts for the Arts & Economic Prosperity 6 (AEP6), the sixth national study about the economic impact of the nonprofit arts and culture industry.
Our local nonprofit arts and culture organizations have been and will continue to be critical to our economic recovery. With your help, this new study will give us the data we need to prove the arts mean business in Wake County!
From May 2022 – May 2023, we are asking arts presenters and facilities to help us collect audience-intercept surveys from their event attendees. Paper, online, and QR code versions of the survey are available.
The following documents will help you be successful:
- Instructions for paper surveys
- Batch Cover Sheet for paper surveys
- Printable paper surveys in English and Spanish
- Link to other translations of paper survey
- QR Codes – One for BIPOC organizations and one for all other organizations*
- Links – One for BIPOC organizations and one for all other organizations*
- Sample Script for survey collectors
*Please note a new requirement this year is that 25% of our surveys must be from BIPOC organizations. BIPOC arts and cultural organizations are defined as organizations that have a mission statement or guiding principles that are centered on advancing, creating, and/or preserving artistic and cultural traditions rooted in communities of color.
We all know the arts mean business. We encourage you to help us prove it, in order to leverage public dollars to support the arts and arts organizations in Wake County.
If you have questions or if we can provide more information, please contact our President and CEO, Jennifer McEwen at [email protected]