Attention Artists Of All Disciplines—including Visual Artists, Musicians and Sound Artists, Dancers and Choreographers, Actors and Performance Artists, Writers and Poets, Filmmakers and Animators, Multimedia Artists, etc.—I'm conducting an exploratory survey and I need your input!
As most of you have no idea, I was recently accepted back as a student at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) after a decision of I'll-just-take-a-semester-off somehow turned into I'll-just-take-12-years-off—HA! The goal? To once and for all finish up my degree in Comparative Literature. Shout-out to the Comp Lit Geeks!
Anyhoo, one of the required joys of this educational process is the successful completion of a Stats class—Yuck! While I hold all Masters o' Math in very high regard, working with numerals is not my greatest strength. Happily though, I have been afforded the opportunity to turn Yuck! into Yay! by focusing my individual research on the subject I love best: Art in all its forms.
With that in mind, I have created a survey examining the relationship between social media network communication and the development of artistic collaboration. Interesting, no? Yes!
Artists of any and all disciplines are invited to take part, so if you're one of those CLICK HERE!
And, because I know y'all are curiouser than the curiousest cats on the planet, results will be posted on this here blog once the data analysis is compete.
Rest assured, all of your responses will be kept strictly confidential. No individual participant will ever be identified with his/her answers. Added Bonus: It should only take about 15-20 minutes.
Take the survey now! Also, share this with your artsy friends so they can join in the statistical fun!