We will be extremely grateful if you spend a few minutes and fill in the questionnaire carried out as part of the "Cross-border study of the behavior of the participants in cultural events in Szczecin and Schwedt". We ask about the habits regarding the participation in the concerts and the evaluation of the online offer of a cultural institution. We will use that knowledge to draw some conclusions and to functioneven better after the pandemic!
After a several years of research, with some probability we can say who our audience is and what they expect from us. Cultural institutions have a very difficult task. They must find a golden mean between the needs of the artists and recipients
- explained Jakub Stefek from the Academy of Art in Szczecin during the conference "EduPhilharmonics - new challenges in music therapy", which took place on June 8th, 2021. Now it's time for the next stage. We want to find out why some people go to concerts and shows and others don't. Is it really a matter of habits learned from home and school? Or maybe personality traits? Or maybe the influence of the environment?
However, this is not the only aspect of the cross-border project. We are also interested in your assessment of the activities of the Philharmonic in Szczecin and the Uckermärkische Bühnen theater in Schwedt during the pandemic. Thanks to the results, we will consider which areas of activity in the virtual world should remain in our offer, and which aspects may require improvement. We will examine how cultural life was going on during the lockdown on the Polish-German border.
Moreover, the research results will be used in scientific work by the teams at universities.
To take part in the study, you must complete an online questionnaire.
Polish version: surveymonkey.com/r/filharmonia
German version: surveymonkey.com/r/filharmonie
The action is carried out as part of the project Polish-German ONLINE conference: "Eduphilharmonics - new challenges in music therapy".
The project "Polish-German ONLINE conference: EduPhilharmonics - new challenges in music therapy" is co-financed by the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund and the state budget (Small Project Fund under the Interreg VA Cooperation Program Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania / Brandenburg / Poland in the Pomerania Euroregion).