Investigating the impact of Covid-19 on arts and culture in South Yorkshire

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Thank you for your interest in this survey! 

Lockdown has meant that culture, arts and heritage in South Yorkshire has come to a stop for the best part of a year. We want to know how this has affected you. 

You are invited to take part as someone who takes part in arts, culture and heritage activities in South Yorkshire by going to arts events, taking part in classes or workshops, or visiting cultural venues or heritage sites. We would especially love to hear from anyone involved in these activities through social prescribing or takes part in arts, culture and heritage activities specifically designed to help with health and wellbeing.

Taking part in this survey will help us to lobby for much-needed support for people's wellbeing, communities, and the culture, arts and heritage sector, following the devastating effects of this pandemic.

The survey will close on 30th April
Please do read the Information Sheet here in order to find out more about how your responses will be used and the legal basis for processing your data. You can preview the whole survey without entering any information here. If you have any questions about the project, please don’t hesitate to contact the research team - Dr Sarah Price  

The project
This survey is part of a project called “Investigating the impact of Covid-19 on arts and culture in South Yorkshire”. Lockdown has been catastrophic for South Yorkshire's cultural ecology - this project will document that impact, and inform policy to help the culture, arts and heritage in this area get back on its feet. Find out more about the project here

1. Consent form: please read the information sheet and do not continue until you are fully aware of what your participation in the project will mean. Email if you have any questions. *


2. I do / do not give permission for the survey responses that I provide to be deposited in UK Data Archive so it can be used for future research and learning.