Museums of Burlington seeks public input to help put together long-term plan
Published December 7, 2022 at 4:04 pm
Nobody loves a survey of residents like the City of Burlington and the latest is aimed at those who enjoy the Museums of Burlington.
The Museums of Burlington is in the process developing a new strategic plan that will guide its direction over the next five years. This strategic plan is guided by the museums’ commitment to enhancing audience experience, building stronger community connections, and inspiring a passion for history and heritage in Burlington.
To assist in this endeavour, the Burlington community is being asked to take part in a survey that should take 10 to 15 minutes. Responses will help staff gain a better understanding of audience engagement and experiences with the Joseph Brant Museum and Ireland House Museum, and will be used to inform the direction of the resulting Strategic Plan.
Responses will remain confidential and only be released in aggregate (i.e., never on an individual basis). The Museums of Burlington has engaged Nordicity, a consulting firm with expertise in arts and culture strategic planning, to develop the strategic plan.
Nordicity will gather and analyze the results of this survey as a neutral, independent third party.
For more information or to take the survey, visit here.