Family Friendly Arts survey – Audience Focus- please forward to families.

Families and arts organisations invited to take part in Family Friendly Arts survey

The consortium of arts organisations behind Family Friendly Arts, one of Arts Council England’s three Audience focus commissions has launched an online survey aimed at families and arts organisations.

Findings from the survey will help inform the development of Family Friendly Arts, a large scale, collaborative national arts programme aimed at increasing the numbers of families and young people experiencing and enjoying the arts.

You can take part in the survey by visiting: www.surveymonkey.com/s/familyfriendlyarts

It will be open until 21 September. Families who enter will be in the running to win £500 worth of high street vouchers or theatre tokens. Arts organisations will be entered into a prize draw to win £500 to donate to a charity of their choice.

Family Friendly Arts was offered £1.1 million in early 2012 through our Audience focus grant commission. It is being led by the Association of British Orchestras and will be run by a consortium of arts organisations from across the visual and performing arts sectors.  

Find out more about Audience focus and the three commissions.

 



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