Michigan Latino Arts Survey

Building Equal Voice for the Growing Latino Population in Michigan through Arts and Culture
NALAC invites Michigan artists and arts stakeholders to participate in our 2017 Michigan Latino Arts Survey.

Individuals: Please click here to take the Individual Survey in English.

Organizations: Please click here to take the Organization Survey in English.

With support from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, NALAC has successfully delivered our programming suite to support Latinx communities across Michigan. NALAC’s statewide outreach over the past two years has set the groundwork for the Research phase of our multi-platform strategy for investing in Latinx arts communities. With hundreds of new contacts and new relationships, NALAC and Michigan artist communities are well positioned to engage in a mutually beneficial asset mapping study.

Through the survey, we aim to discover what resources are benefiting Michigan arts practitioners, as well as what areas can benefit from further support. To this end, two surveys were customized to address Artists and Organizations, respectively. NALAC will analyze the results and use trends to inform advocacy efforts in support of Michigan Latinx arts communities. The participation of Latinx artists and arts organizations is key to ensure all communities are represented.

Approximately five hundred individuals and organizations will be contacted and invited to participate in this survey. We also encourage survey participants to share the survey with their colleagues and organizations they work with. The only requirements for taking the survey are a) to be at least a part-time resident of Michigan and b) to identify as a Latinx arts stakeholder.

All information collected in the 2017 Michigan Latino Arts Survey is both confidential and anonymous. Both surveys are available in English and Spanish, and can be completed online or printed and mailed/faxed.

Want to participate without an internet connection? Please feel free to download the following PDF survey, print them, and mail them back to us.