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Graduate Student Hosting Bed-Stuy Cultural Survey

Survey hopes to discover the effects of art and culture on the sustainable development of communities in transition.

Kendra Ross, founder of Bed-Stuy Stoops, dances on the stoop of Freebrook Mansion. Patch File Photo.
Kendra Ross, founder of Bed-Stuy Stoops, dances on the stoop of Freebrook Mansion. Patch File Photo.
Graduate students at Pratt Institute studying Arts and Cultural Management have put together a thesis project that hopes to discover the effects of art and culture on the sustainable development of communities in transition.

The group has chosen the Bed-Stuy to study, and have put together a survey via Survey Monkey that will help them gauge the level of arts and cultural participation in the community.

Students are currently being assisted by Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation, Bridge Street Development Corporation and a community board with distribution of this survey. 

Bed-Stuy residents can participate in the study, which they estimate takes 10 minutes, by following this link:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/artsandculturalparticipation_bed-stuy

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