Following discussions at The Garrison Theatre and Global Yell earlier this year, Shetland Arts is inviting members of the public to take part in a survey to gather thoughts and views from interested parties on what their hopes and ambitions are for the future development of Visual Arts and Crafts in Shetland.
The survey includes only one question: What are your priorities for the development of the visual arts and craft in Shetland? Thirteen key points and phrases, highlighted as being important during the meetings, have been listed. Users are asked to select the five statements which they feel best describe their priorities for the development of Visual Art and Craft in Shetland. The survey should only take a few minutes of your time and can be found at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/NZTRB5P
Graeme Howell, General Manager of Shetland Arts, said: “Having already been through this process with the Theatre community, these surveys have been invaluable in gauging the public’s priorities for development in the arts. If you have an interest in Visual Arts and Craft, whether that be as an artist, maker, collector, or just someone who appreciates art and craft this is your chance to have your say about what you think we should be focussing on in the future.”