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News & Calendar

We Want to Hear From You!
Please take our Planning Survey
June 14 to July 2, 2010

The New Hampshire State Council on the Arts is working on our 2010-2013 Strategic Plan. These are challenging times for New Hampshire and the country. Like other public agencies, the State Arts Council needs to make informed, careful decisions and to focus our limited resources so that we can provide the greatest benefit to New Hampshire’s citizens.

To help us chart our course, we need to hear from not-for-profit organizations and individual artists. Completing the survey will only take 10 minutes of your time and will be a solid investment in helping to shape public policy for the arts in New Hampshire.

Select your survey:

Hearing from You Matters - Organizations:
A survey designed specifically for the interests and needs of not-for-profit organizations that present culture & arts programming.

Hearing from You Matters - Artists:
A survey designed specifically for the interests and needs of individual artists.

Please encourage your friends and colleagues to respond as well! All responses are confidential. The staff and councilors of the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts thank you.

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The New Hampshire State Council on the Arts’ 2010 – 2013 Strategic Plan for the Arts will retain the mission and goals from our 2005-2010 plan. Survey results will help shape objectives, strategies, and priorities.

Our Mission:

The State Arts Council promotes the arts to protect and enrich New
Hampshire’s unique quality of life.

Our Goals:

  • Expand opportunities to learn in and through the arts.
  • Strengthen New Hampshire’s artists and arts organizations.
  • Engage the arts to benefit people and communities throughout New
    Hampshire.

For more on our current plan, click here.

 

Last updated: January 5, 2012

 
 
 
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