Laura Iveson and Jane Beatrice Wegscheider of the Art Garden, in collaboration with FRCOG, and artists Samantha Wood and Phyllis Labanowski, are in the planning phase of developing a Collaborative Community Art Response Team (CCART) which will engage artists and creative, community art strategies to address Franklin County community needs. We are interested in supporting the Franklin County CHIP. To that end, we hope you will fill out the following survey and share it with your colleagues.

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* 1. What is one piece of activist art that you admire?

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* 2. What populations do you work with?

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* 3. If you could see art made by a group of people in Franklin County/North Quabbin whose perspectives are rarely heard from, what group would that be?

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* 4. If you had access to artist[s], how would you use them?

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* 5. Have you incorporated any art[s] into your programming or services? Please describe:

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* 6. Would your organization's budget support any creative activities?

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* 7. Do you have any creative projects in mind or on a dream list?

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* 8. How do you define health?

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* 9. What kind of timeline would your organization need to work with in planning a creative community project?

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* 10. Would you or your colleagues be interested in connecting with us further?

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* 11. Who else in the community do you think might be interested in CCART?

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* 12. Help us follow up with you:

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