The Creative City Road Map planning process is helping us think strategically about how the city’s arts and creative assets can contribute to the local and regional economy and improve Minneapolis’ quality of life. Find the planning process mission here.
A is for analysis…
April is all about analysis of the data we’ve gathered during the planning process. Remember that glossary of terms we shared with you? Well, here it is again and check out the new jargon:
Analyzing community data
We, along with the Artist Engagement Teams and our consultants, Voices for Racial Justice, are up to our eyeballs in data. We’re sorting through the data and making sense of the patterns and themes that have surfaced through our Data Jams.
Here’s a sample listing of some of the themes we identified through the Data Jams.
At our April 15 Data Update, we shared our data analysis methodology and some of the results from our survey collection. We’re seeing that the surveys delivered through creative community engagement (just over 600 surveys, about 30% of total surveys completed) reached respondents who were younger and more racially diverse than respondents we reached through the online survey (see below). Check out more survey-related numbers here.
Coming up next
May 14, Creative City Road Map work group meeting: The work groups will meet to go over the data and plan objectives. This is a meeting for Creative City Road Map work group and Steering Committee members only.
May 15, Coffee Talk with Gulgun Kayim, 9-10:30 a.m., Café Southside, 3405 Chicago Ave. S.: Join Gulgun Kayim, Director of the Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy program, for her community office hours every third Friday of the month at Café Southside.