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Deadline passes to help ACA plan its future

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The Arlington Center for the Arts is in the midst of a strategic-planning process to build Arlington Center for the Arts' next chapter.

As part of that process, ACA leaders want to hear directly from you about experiences with Arlington Center for the Arts, your needs and interests, and what ACA could do better in the future.

Feedback will be instrumental in shaping the future of programming and priorities.  

All survey responses are confidential and will be aggregated by strategic-planning consultants at Paper Crane Associates. The survey should take no more than 15 minutes to complete. The ACA requests responses by Wednesday, Aug. 24. 

To show ACA's appreciation, at the end of the survey will be an option to enter a drawing for a free class or workshop at the ACA (value up to $350). for more information, contact Sarah at Paper Crane Associates at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Complete the survey here >>

  This news announcement was published Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2022, based on information provided by Analeise Ruggles of the ACA.

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