A big part of our strategy, Making Great Art Work, is listening to the people we work with and work for.
In that document, we promise to engage with artists, arts organisations and wider stakeholder across government and wider society, and to continue the dialogue on an annual basis to better understand the context in which we work and the external influences affecting the arts.
One initiative that will help us is an annual survey of stakeholders, with particular focus on those who have applied for funding, contacted the Arts Council for information, assistance or advice, or interacted with us in any other way.
We would love to hear from you. We believe that learning from your experiences with us is one of the best ways for us to drive continuous improvement.
We have asked Coyne Research, an independent research agency, to gather your feedback on our behalf. All individual responses will remain confidential to Coyne Research and will be amalgamated with all other responses so that your privacy is fully protected.
This survey should take no more than 10 minutes to complete. If you would like to take part, please complete this survey by clicking on the link below.
Arts Council stakeholder survey
Thank you for your time, and we look forward to your feedback.
Coyne Research’s commitment to those completing the survey
Coyne Research guarantees that:
- They will not send you unsolicited mail or pass your details to other parties for this purpose.
- You will never be asked to share any financial information or sensitive information.
- Your identity will always remain anonymous, unless you wish your identity to be known.
- As with all forms of market and opinion research, your co-operation is voluntary at all times.
If you experience any problems accessing the survey, please copy and paste the link below into your browser. Should you have any queries in relation to this research, please contact Sean Gildea at Coyne Research (Ph: 01 461 1040) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This survey is being conducted on behalf of The Arts Council by Coyne Research, 16 The Courtyard, Kilcarbery Business Park, Dublin 22.