West Hartford Commission on the Arts Launches Survey to Identify Needs & Ideas of Artists

ArtBarrier Mural painting underway. Courtesy of West Hartford Commission on the Arts

The West Hartford Commission on the Arts is conducting a needs assessment within the artist community.


In an effort to help learn how the West Hartford Commission on the Arts can better help local artists, the Commission is launching a survey. By participating in the survey, local artists can help identify areas of need, as well as provide input and ideas.

“The West Hartford Commission on the Arts seeks to foster the development of the arts throughout our community while encouraging the display and presentation of artistic and cultural activities town wide,” stated Chuck Coursey, Chair of the West Hartford Commission on the Arts. “We seek the involvement of local artists through this survey so that West Hartford can better achieve this mission and elevate our community as an arts and culture hub.”

Members of the West Hartford Commission on the Arts also include Karen Bachman, Matthew Bragg, Javier Colon, Latanya Farrell, Ginny Kemp, Carol McCabe , Mirela Panaitisor and Susan Rothenberg.

The survey can be accessed and completed by visiting WH Artist Survey.  For further information or questions, please email Chuck Coursey at [email protected].

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