Workshop Participant Assessment Form

Indigenous Arts Conference 2019 | Workshop Participant Assessment
Your suggestions are very important to me. To help me improve the next Indigenous Arts Conference, please complete this form and submit.
Your name will help us to solve specific problems with your participation. This is optional.
If you would like us to respond to you, please tell us your email address. This is optional.
To evaluate your input, please define your participation in the IAC.
What workshop(s) did you register for at the Indigenous Arts Conference?
Was the Indigenous Arts Conference website easy to use?
When you arrived at the conference, was registering and finding your workshop easy? Please check all that apply to your opinions.
Did the organizer effectively communication with you? Did you feel comfortable with the level of contact you had with her?
If you paid for your workshop, please skip this question. If you are an Indigenous woman and did not pay for your workshop, please comment below on why free workshops are important or unimportant.
If you paid for your workshop, please check off the opinion(s) that apply to you.
Were you happy with the quality of materials provided in your workshop? Please choose any option that applies to your opinion.
Please expand on why you were happy or unhappy with the materials provided at your workshop.
Were you happy with your workshop facilitator(s)?
Please comment here on why you liked or disliked your workshop facilitator.
Do you think that Willis College was a good location for the Indigenous Arts Conference workshops?
Please tell us why you liked or disliked Willis College as a venue for the Indigenous Arts Conference workshops.
We designed the marketplace vendor spaces in a ceremonial circle with an Eastern Door. In the middle, we felt it was important to have a dedication to women who could not attend (those who have passed, missing women and murdered women). How did you feel about the vendor set up?
Willis College and The St. Laurent Mall was a donated space for our Indigenous Arts Marketplace. Did you find that the combination of Willis College and the St. Laurent Mall was appropriate for the Indigenous Arts Conference and Marketplace?
Please express your likes and dislikes about Willis College and the St. Laurent Shopping centre as venues for the Indigenous Arts Conference.
Were you happy with the number of vendors that were set up at the IAC?
Were you happy with the diversity and number of workshops at the IAC?
If the conference and marketplace is in the same place and at the same time next year, will you return? This was the first Indigenous Arts Conference - we value your opinion.
Examples: I liked the dates. I liked the environment. I liked the food. I liked the concept.
Examples: I did not like the venue. I did not like the organizer. I did not like the vendors. I did not like the workshop spaces.
Do you feel that this was a valuable conference for Indigenous women? Would you like to see more opportunities for women to take art workshops? Why are conferences like this important/unimportant?
Your input is valuable.
Thank you so much for taking the time to complete this form. This will help us improve our conference and better serve our Indigenous artists.