The Wellesley Cultural Council (WCC), a branch of the Massachusetts Cultural Council (MCC), exists to help fund programs and events in the Arts, Humanities, and Interpretive Sciences that will enrich the cultural life of the residents of Wellesley. Please fill out this survey by July 31, 2018 so we can learn how to better serve you.

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* 1. How satisfied are you with the number and type of cultural opportunities that are currently available to you in Wellesley?

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* 2. What type of cultural event(s) would you like to attend if they were to be offered in Wellesley? Please select all that apply.

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* 3. Please select the top three initiatives you would like to see the WCC use its public funds to support:

  1st Priority for WCC Funding 2nd Priority for WCC Funding 3rd Priority for WCC Funding
Communitywide gatherings (festivals, performances, etc.)
General education/lectures
Nature, science, environmental education projects
Projects celebrating local history
Projects celebrating cultural diversity
Projects undertaken by local artists for the community’s benefit
Youth arts programs outside of school
Historic preservation or restoration projects

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* 4. Please indicate the top three segments of Wellesley’s population that you believe are most in need of publicly funded cultural programming:

  1st Priority for WCC Funding 2nd Priority for WCC Funding 3rd Priority for WCC Funding
Adults
Families
Low Income residents
People with Disabilities
Seniors
Teens

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* 5. When would you be most likely to go out and attend a cultural event in Wellesley? Please select all that apply.

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* 6. How do you find out about cultural activities going on in Wellesley? Please select all that apply.

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* 7. Until now, were you aware that individuals or organizations could apply to the WCC for grants to create programs of cultural interest for the residents of Wellesley?

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* 8. What suggestions do you have for what artists, educators, cultural organizations or the Wellesley Cultural Council could do to make Wellesley more culturally alive?

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* 9. To which gender identity do you most identify?

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* 10. What is your age?

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