You can become part of the world's largest art project by contributing to an essential local conversation about the "We Are One Inside Out Project" at East High in Salt Lake City. This student-initiated project is part of a global effort to "turn the world inside out" and "show the world its true face" (see Please share your opinions about the project at East High below. The Utah Humanities Council will post a compilation of these anonymous responses on our website in early summer.

* 1. Have you seen the "We Are One Inside Out" community public art project at East High on 1300 East?

* 2. Are you (answer all that apply):

* 3. Do you think this project accurately depicts the cultural diversity at East High?

* 4. Did you know that East High School is now 63% minority, with Latino, Pacific Islander, Asian, and African American students and refugees from around the world?

* 5. How important is cultural diversity to you?

* 6. In your opinion, what does recognizing and celebrating cultural diversity achieve? (You may select more than one answer.)

* 7. Which statement best describes how you feel about the increased cultural diversity in Salt Lake City schools? (You may answer more than one, if you have a mixed reaction.)

* 8. This community art project has: (Please answer all that apply.)

* 9. I found this art project (check all that apply)

* 10. Please add any comments that will help us understand the impact of the We Are One Inside Out Art Project on you.

* 11. Thank you for taking this survey! Please use this link to forward the survey to anyone you think might be interested: The East High "We Are One Inside Out Art Project" grew out of the 10th grade Clemente/AVID humanities course at East High School in Salt Lake City, in which sophomores studied the history of public art as part of a year-long interdisciplinary course. The art project was made possible through a partnership between the Utah Humanities Council and East High under the direction of Jorge Rojas and with the portraiture of artist Trisha Empey. The Clemente/AVID humanities course is a partnership between UHC, East High, the University of Utah Honors College and Westminster College's Honors Program. For more information and photos about the We Are One Inside Out Art Project, visit click here Installation photos by Trisha Empey. If you would like to enter a drawing for ITunes gift cards, please provide your email address so that we can contact you, if you are randomly selected: