Salt Lake County Arts & Culture is updating its Salt Lake County Cultural Facilities Master Plan. The goal of this update is to review current and potential facility needs and resources of Salt Lake County’s arts organizations and gather your feedback on potential visions for regional and local facilities planning.

We are asking arts organizations and individual artists to participate in an online survey to gather this information.  We are looking to gather this information by Friday, December 13.

Your participation ensures that the Cultural Facilities Master Plan reflects the actual needs of YOUR arts community. The results of this survey will be part of the updated Master Plan and we will share it in public meetings when the report is complete.

Kate Scorza Ingram of Create Today is our consultant working with us on this project and she is administering the survey.  Should you have questions about the survey, you can contact her directly by email at

Thank you for your participation in this important project!


Taking the Facilities Survey

The survey takes about 15 minutes to complete. You will need the following information at hand:

1. Your total attendance, visitors, participation
2. The capacity and costs of spaces you use to show, exhibit, create, perform
3. The breakdown by percentage of earned and contributed income – including earned revenues, contributions, grants, government funding, etc.
4. Your future needs – either as an individual artist or for your organization


All responses are confidential.  NO information you share will be associated to you or your organization. If you start the survey and need to step away, you can save your survey and come back to it later. To do this, click on the “Save and Continue” button at the top of each survey page and enter your email. Please be sure to return and finish your survey!

You can view and download the survey as a PDF here: Salt Lake County Cultural Facilities Survey

If you’d rather fill out the PDF, you can print it out and email it to Kate Scorza Ingram at

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