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Monday, 26 January 2015

Worcestershire Arts Partnership (WAP) is changing - Your opinions are important to us

Please see attached link from The Transition Group. Please treat this as an important piece of work regarding the development of the Worcestershire Arts Partnership. We would be grateful if  it was completed as soon as possible.

Worcestershire Arts Partnership (WAP) is changing.

Following a recent Arts Council England funded review, a transition group was appointed to help steer WAP to a future as an artist-led organisation.

The transition group believe that it's important the the voices of artists and arts organisations are central to this new vision of WAP and its role. As a consequence we have compiled this simple questionnaire to gauge your views.

We want to stress nothing has been decided. The questions below are genuinely open. We want to get a sense of what's important to you. When you are answering the questions remember that an artist-led WAP will only be as strong as those who are part of it. We hope everyone can benefit by being part of WAP - we can all work together to make it a success for everyone.

The results of this survey will inform an Open Space event at Kidderminster on 18 March. This will be a public opportunity for us all to talk, plan and shape the WAP we all want for the future.

Best wishes and thanks

Paul Sutton (C&T), Manda Graham (Meadow Arts), Rose Beeston (Dancefest), Jan Higgitt (Jestaminute Theatre Company), Steve Wilson (Worcestershire County Arts Officer).

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