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Bringing More Arts To Wichita Falls

The Priddy Foundation wants to bring more arts to Wichita Falls.

Leslie Schaffner, Director of Special Initiatives, said they had a wonderful response to their Public Arts Survey. However, Schaffner said she received a phone call from one a consultant who said they need a larger survey sample from the Hispanic and African American population to fully represent the demographic makeup of the city.

To provide an opportunity to reach the number needed, the survey has been reopened and will remain open through Wednesday, July 25th. Ideally they would like 100 additional surveys to represent this demographic. 

You can access the survey through the foundation website at <http://www.priddyfdn.org/> by clicking on "Public Arts Survey" at the bottom of the page. It is also available at <https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Wichita_Falls_Arts_Participation>.

 

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