Different ways to get feedback

Sometimes a survey or focus group won’t work (but we do those too).  Here are two different ways MPC collected audience feedback: Coasters at a Biergarten event at a property of The Trustees in Massachusetts (left and center) and feedback boards placed in libraries, coffee shops, and other public places for Merchants & Drovers Tavern Museum in Rahway, NJ (right).

Coaster with audience feedback from Biergarten
Coaster from Biergarten with public feedback


Surveys designed for the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey/CALTA21 Project, training teachers of English Language Learners in visual literacy and techniques of Visual Thinking Strategies to use with their students. Please click on the images below to see the surveys in more detail (pdfs).

Link to PDF of evaluation
Link to PDF of evaluation

Surveys for Prospect Park Audubon Center/Pop-Up Audubon II. To learn more about the the Pop-Up Audubon II project, please take a look at our work samples for education. Please click on the images below to see the surveys in more detail (pdfs).

Link to pdf of the survey
Link to questionnaire as a pdf

MPC was brought in to complete an evaluation project for American Alliance of Museums in 2017 funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Click on the image for a link to the complete evaluation report.

As part of the Guggenheim’s Social Practice Art Project, MPC conducted an evaluation of Shaun Leonardo’s Primitive Games. Learn more about the whole Social Practice Art Project and scroll down the page for a link to the report, or just click on the photo below to download a PDF of the report.

More Work Samples

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