United Arts Council

Post-Program Requirements


Once a program is complete, two final tasks are required.

Evaluation
United Arts collects anonymous feedback about each Artists in Schools supported program via Survey Monkey. To benefit all involved, Cultural Arts Representatives, teachers, administrators, and artists should make time to participate in this process. Evaluations from both the artist and the school must be received to trigger payment to the artist. Access to the on-line evaluation is provided by way of an active link in the reminder email forwarded the week before each program. The anonymous feedback is then shared with artists in an effort to help them strengthen their offerings.

Work Samples
Residency programs should culminate with a student product.  Examples depend on the type of residency activity and may include a dance performance, dramatization, anthology, artwork, etc.  Please share these student products with the United Arts Council; invite United Arts to observe a performance, the unveiling of artwork, or share a few student writing samples.

Sharing
Both artists and Cultural Arts Representatives are encouraged to share details of Artists in Schools programs via social media.

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