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Adult Education

SURVEY

WE NEED YOUR HELP

The ZACC's mission, to cultivate community through accessible arts experiences for all, includes providing visual art instruction in a variety of media to Missoula area adults. In early March the ZACC had to close its doors to the public, and though we've reopened for walk-in and create activities, health and safety concerns have kept us from resuming our adult educational programming. We are deeply dedicated to this aspect of our mission, and we wish to return to it in a way that is most supportive and conscientious of our community — but in order to do that, we need your input! In years past, we've done our best to schedule adult classes in a way that is accommodating of (most) adult work schedules. We understand that this fall is going to be completely different; many people are choosing to homeschool their children and will need to be more available to their families. For these reasons, we believe our traditional models for scheduling and delivery may no longer be the best to meet the needs of our community. We would truly appreciate some feedback from you, a potential ZACC student, about how the ZACC can continue to provide enriching educational opportunities for Missoula adults in the upcoming months.

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Question 1
Based on scheduling alone, I would be interested in signing up for art classes held during the following times: (Please select all that apply.)
Question 2
I would be interested in signing up for classes that utilize the following content delivery methods: (Please select all that apply.)
With the current health and safety procedures in place, I feel comfortable coming to the ZACC to receive art-instruction.
If you answered "No" to Question 4, is there something we can do as an organization to make you more comfortable?
Is there anything else you'd like us to know?
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