Monday, February 02, 2009

[Wadabo_updates] Artist Survey extended until Feb 7

All -
If you are an artist (and I suspect you are), please fill this out, and
also spread the word to other artists. This will help make sure that the
organizations that work to get us more money from the state know what we
are up to, know how many of us there are, and have the tools they need
to lobby on our behalf.
Thank you,

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Artist Survey extended until Feb 7. Please complete and spread
the word.
Date: Sun, 1 Feb 2009 23:53:57 -0500
From: Artists Foundation <>


Thank you for partially filling out Stand Up and Be Counted - an online survey for Massachusetts artists of all disciplines (music, film, visual, craft, performing, literary, etc.).

At the request of several artists run advocacy organizations and artists leaders, we have extended the Survey until the end of this week (Saturday, February 7th, 2009).

We sincerely hope that you will complete the questions/sections you wish to answer and will officially submit the survey at

Your answers will help the AF and others better advocate for our community on legislation and policy. Please be aware that several of the NON REQUIRED questions ask for 2006 income data - so you may need to find/dust off your 2006 IRS tax returns.

Over 2,900 artists have filled out the survey to date!

PLEASE help us reach our goal of over 3,000 responses and help us spread the word to others artists of all disciplines in our state. They can complete the survey by Saturday, February 7, at:


Kathleen Bitetti, Project Leader
Artist & Executive Director of the Artists Foundation

David Galiel, Project Developer
Nonprofit Web Consultant & Musician

(If you have received this reminder in error, please disregard this message)

This invitation was sent by Artists Foundation - 516 East Second St. #49 Boston, MA 02127 USA. (617) 464-3559


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