Gathering data about artists’ agency and attitudes.
For LMCC’s Open Studios with Process Space artists-in-residence last weekend, I invited artists to take my Artists’ Personal Impacts Survey and enter a raffle to win one one of ten Irrational Exuberance (Asst. Colors) Mini Flags. You still can take the survey and enter the final raffle drawing to be held in a few weeks!
Thanks to everyone who has taken the survey and visited Open Studios.
Paper cut signage with sample questions and in-progress results.
Q2. Currently, how would you rank how the art market serves the majority of artists? (Responses as of 9/27/2015 4:45pm.)
Q22. In what domain do you experience competence? (Responses as of 9/27/2015 4:45pm.)
Q33. How much did these experiences of participation, collaboration, generosity, exchange, re-distribution or non-participation increase your personal sense of optimism? (Responses as of 9/27/2015 4:45pm.)
Q39. In the next six months, how likely are you to take steps to create or strengthen an art world you would like to participate in? (Responses as of 9/27/2015 4:45pm.)
The first eight of ten prizes were raffled off during Open Studios.
Two more flags will be raffled off in the coming weeks! (Writer Jessie Chaffee’s studio in the background.)
Complete the survey and enter the raffle. There’s still time to win the last two flags!
Learn more about the project.
Christine Wong Yap is a participant in Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Process Space artist residency program.
The Artists’ Personal Impacts Survey was developed as part of Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Process Space artist residency program in 2015.