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City still seeking input on arts and culture master plan

The City of Cambridge has hired a consulting firm to analyze results of online survey
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The Cambridge sign and holiday tree add some colour to Civic Square.

The City of Cambridge continues to seek input on the programs it delivers through its recreation and culture division and is hosting an online survey through Feb. 13 to gather input on what community members want to see included to enhance art and culture in the city over the next 10 years.

The survey follows three community open house events in which residents were asked to share thoughts, experiences, and visions for the future of art, culture, and events in Cambridge.

Everyone who lives, works and plays in Cambridge is invited to answer the survey that includes questions about what arts and culture in Cambridge means to you, how often you participate in events and why, and what recommendations you can offer to improve and enhance events and programs.

The city has hired Nordicity, a consulting firm with expertise in strategy and policy for the arts and culture sector, to analyze the results of the survey as a neutral, independent third party.

Participants can access the survey at EngageWR.

For updates on this master plan project and more on arts and culture in Cambridge please visit