South Glengarry, ON – The Cornwall & The Counties Arts and Culture Council which services Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry (SD&G) and the City of Cornwall is an independent not for proﬁt organization that is publishing a free online survey. The objective of the survey is so the Arts and Culture council can begin to identify how it can best meet the needs of SD&G and the City of Cornwall. As an incentive for taking this survey the Arts and Culture Council is giving away two free Tickets to its partner, St. Lawrence Acoustic Stage’s presentation of Laurence Juber with Special Guest Brandon Roderick, scheduled for April 27th 2013.
The Arts and Culture Council as an arts and culture leader will be oﬀering services, activities and outreach not exclusively to the arts and culture sector but to the community as a whole. Its ﬁrst step is this quick survey to help identify what services and activities best suit the needs of SD&G and Cornwall. “This survey is an important ﬁrst step in identifying what proactive services and activities the Arts and Culture Council can oﬀer this community. The more people who take the survey the better we will be able to asses the needs of this community,” said Stephen Davies, Chair of the Arts & Culture Council. The outcome of the survey will lead to a series of information gathering sessions held in the Counties and the City of Cornwall in the summer months so that the Arts & Culture Council can meet its stakeholders and the community face to face and ask the important question, “What can we do for you?”
“We need to understand that there is no one format for an Arts Council. For every community there is a unique arts council the services the unique needs of its community. We need to get out there and engage with everyone so that we can understand how best to meet the unique needs of this community.” said Bruce Davis Cultural Development Advisor of the SD&G Community Development
Corporation who is the Arts Council’s acting manager.
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