Outside In artist questionnaire 2019

Have your say, help to shape the charity’s work and be in with a chance to win a £50 CASS arts voucher!

This year’s Outside In artist questionnaire is now live. It offers a key opportunity to share your thoughts, feedback and suggestions to help shape the work the charity does.
This year the theme of the questionnaire is ‘impact’ – both focusing on the difference Outside In has made to you and how you think it could improve its support for artists facing barriers to the art world. 

The questionnaire is four questions long and should take no more than 15 minutes., plus as a thank you for taking part there’s a chance to enter a prize draw to win a £50 CASS arts voucher.

Each question has a ‘free write’ box for your answer and a chart to give the area of work a score.

Click here to take part in the online questionnaire – if you are supporting an artist or would rather reply by post, please download the hard copy below.

If you have already filled in the questionnaire and would like to be entered into the prize draw or would like support to complete it, please contact Hannah Whitlock by calling 01273 381311 or emailing: hannah.whitlock@outsidein.org.uk

2 Comments about this

  1. Jill Woods

    I run an art group for people with learning disabilities in Cambridgshire. . You organisation is very interesting . It’s seems a shame that outsider artists from other areas can’t be involved in your events .

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    • laura

      HI Jill,
      You are getting in touch at the perfect time. We are currently working hard to expand our reach having only recently become an independent charity. If you would like to speak to someone about how your artists can get involved with Outside In please contact Hannah.Whitlock@outsidein.org.uk. Alternatively many groups work with the people they support to create online galleries through the website, that means artists can apply for everything from training and exhibitions to support or to sell their work. Hope that helps. Laura

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