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Monday, 13 October 2014

Future of the Arts Survey - October 2014

I am  invite you to take part in Arts Quarter's latest online survey.

This year has been quite a remarkable one in the life of the UK and for the arts - it has been one of significant reflection about the future of this nation, politically and economically.  For the UK cultural community it has been one of planning and forecasting, especially in the context of applying for public sector support.  All of this thinking has been taking place in the context of an economy that continues to progress out of recession but in varying degrees according to leading thinkers in the field. Much has been learnt by the arts community in recent years which is enabling many, if not all, to think in detail about the opportunities and challenges that may lie ahead.

It seems inevitable that the change that has already been experienced by the UK arts community will continue well into the second half of this decade and so we are seeking to capture the current mood of UK artists and arts organisations as they look forward to the next five years - both aspirations and indeed reservations.

We have devised a series of questions which we feel cover a range of issues relevant to the sector at this time and I very much hope that you will feel able to take 15 minutes out of your day to share your views.  All information shared remains strictly confidential and will be unattributed in our reporting.  To access this survey, please click on this link:
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I do hope that you'll feel able to take part and indeed direct colleagues and peers to do so as well by directing them to our website: http://www.artsquarter.co.uk

We will be sharing findings free of charge in late November.

Thank you again

John Nicholls
Managing Partner
Arts Quarter LLP
E: john@artsquarter.co.uk

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