Community Survey

July 26, 2023


In a couple of years the Music Gallery will celebrate its 50th season. As we reflect on our history and recent changes, we consider what we are doing well, where we must improve, and how we will remain responsive to the needs of local arts communities and audiences.

These and similar conversations will be a part of our upcoming strategic planning process and we would love to include the help of community members like you.

We ask that you take some time to complete this survey in order to share the experiences you’ve had with, and your future vision for, the Music Gallery. The survey will last roughly 10 minutes—a majority of questions are multiple choice. You will have the option to share written comments near the end of the survey, where we invite you to elaborate as much as you wish.

This survey is the first of several upcoming opportunities to reflect on the past and present, and dream about the future of the Music Gallery. Help us decide what the next 50 years will look like!

With thanks,

The Board and Staff of the Music Gallery

**The survey is now closed. Thank you for your valuable insight and contributions!

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