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Incinerator Gallery Experience

Incinerator Gallery Experience

At Incinerator Gallery, we are committed to enhancing the visitor experience and meeting the expectations of visitors. By conducting this survey, we aim to gather valuable insights to improve our services, while also providing essential data to report the impact of our work to both the council and the wider community.

This survey will take just 5 minutes to complete.

Privacy Statement:

A report that includes your feedback from this survey will be provided to Council. This report will not contain opinions or information that could lead to the identification of any individuals. Council is committed to ensuring that survey information remains confidential, in accordance with the Privacy and Data Protection Act 2014 (Vic). If you have an enquiry regarding this survey, please feel free to contact Council’s Advocacy, Grants and Engagement Team on 9243 8888.

1. Did you attend an exhibition or program or both?
2. To what extent do you disagree or agree with the following statements?
Space Cell Strongly disagreeDisagreeNeither agree nor disagreeAgreeStrongly agree
The exhibition or program held my interest and attention
The exhibition or program moved and inspired me
The exhibition or program has something to say about today’s world
The exhibition or program explored a new point of view
The exhibition or program helped me feel connected to people in my community
The exhibition or program was well thought through and put together
It’s important that this exhibition or program is happening here
I learned something new on my visit
3. Was this your first visit to Incinerator Gallery?
This question requires a valid date format of MM/DD/YYYY.
This question requires a valid number format.
8. What is your age group?
9. What is your gender?
10. Are you of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander origin?
11. Are you a person with disability?

Disability includes long-term (lasting 6-months or more) physical, mental health, intellectual, neurological or sensory impairments which, in interaction with various attitudinal and environmental barriers, may hinder full and effective participation in society on an equal basis with others.