Austin Arts Survey

Do you care about culture? Yes or No.

Want to see even more culture in the city of Austin's Parks & Recreation Department? It will cost you all of 10 minutes. Just head to www.austinartsurvey.com, and answer the questions from the Cultural Affairs Division. You'll tell PARD what you know and think about the Carver Museum & Cultural Center, Dougherty Arts Center, Elisabet Ney Museum, O. Henry Museum, Beverly S. Sheffield Zilker Hillside Theater, People's Renaissance Market, and Mexican American Cultural Center, and it just might help the city ramp up the arts programming at those sites. Also, be on the lookout for community feedback sessions to be conducted this month. For more information, call 974-4002 or e-mail lisa.cortezwalden@cityofaustin.org.

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Austin Arts Survey, Austin Parks & Recreation Department, Carver Museum & Cultural Center, Dougherty Arts Center, Elisabet Ney Museum, O. Henry Museum, Beverly S. Sheffield Zilker Hillside Theater, People's Renaissance Market, Mexican American Cultural Center

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