This summer was incredibly successful for the Boston Creates community engagement process. After the first town hall in June, the Boston Creates community engagement teams held 118 community conversations in 16 neighborhoods and many in multiple languages. More than 40 focus groups engaged participants representing artistic disciplines and service organizations, as well as individuals in education, creative industries, humanities, tourism and economic development. Close to 3000 people responded to the online community survey, designed to explore how individuals define and engage in creative activities.
On Monday, November 2 at 6 pm, Boston Creates will present the initial findings of the community engagement process at the Boston Creates Town Hall. In advance of this meeting, you can review a copy of the executive summary here.
Everyone is invited to listen and participate in responding to these findings as we begin to understand what we've heard and start identifying key themes and articulating priorities. Ultimately, it is these themes and priorities that will form the basis of the cultural plan.
Please join us at Boston Latin School on Monday, November 2nd at 6 pm. More details and the RSVP form is available at bostoncreatestownhall2.eventbrite.com