Roswell Arts Fund asked local candidates their thoughts on arts and culture

One of several unique bike racks funded by the Roswell Arts Fund. This one titled Unity by Nathan Pierce is located at Northwood Elementary. (Courtesy Roswell Arts Fund)
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One of several unique bike racks funded by the Roswell Arts Fund. This one titled Unity by Nathan Pierce is located at Northwood Elementary. (Courtesy Roswell Arts Fund)

To assist with 2021 voting decisions, the Roswell Arts Fund asked all local candidates to respond to an arts and culture questionnaire.

The questionnaire was created by RAF as the designated art agency for Roswell and along with their peers in Atlanta, Savannah and many other cities all around the country, to give candidates an opportunity to inform the community about where they stand on advancing the arts in Roswell.

Candidates were asked about their plans to grow and strengthen the arts and culture in Roswell, their vision and potential programs and policies, and what message they want to share about why they are the best candidate for the arts and culture in Roswell.

In conjunction with National Arts and Humanities Month, the full report can be found at www.tinyurl.com/RAFcandidates.

Additional information about Roswell elections: www.roswellgov.com/government/elections.