Author Archives: James Hart

Observations from the Cottonwood Art Festival:

This post is written in two sections: Observations and Thoughts. Observations: This weekend, I spent time with some remarkable artists, speaking with twenty-six—representing an array of mediums, but primarily painters. Most of the artists make the bulk of their money … Continue reading

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This Wed. Night: Join the SMU Undergrad. Entrepreneurship Club!

The following is a message from the student Entrepreneurship Club Executive Board: Welcome Back Students!   The Entrepreneurship Club will be having our first Kick Off meeting on Wednesday the 14th at 5:00 pm in the third floor Dallas Hall auditorium! We are … Continue reading

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Meadows Students’ Endeavors

This is a list of seventy + currently-identified Meadows and/or Arts Entrepreneurship students who are offering services in the market. There are more, which I plan to add to this list over time. This list includes independent contractors and sole proprietors, LLC’s and … Continue reading

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Why Study Arts Entrepreneurship at Meadows?

Increase your odds of measurable success In the Arts Entrepreneurship minor, students take a number of important required classes, one of which is AMAE 4390 or “Developing an Arts Venture Plan.” In this capstone class, students learn to ideate (come … Continue reading

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Value: Inner and Outer

Artists must concern themselves with value, just as any other type of entrepreneur. However, for the artist, they are not judging their creation by how much money they make alone (usually), but the impact their work has in their own … Continue reading

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Tyler McPhillips & Three Creatives

Ryan Cordill, 24-year-old developer of PartnerUp App.  Ryan is the founder of a new app that supports promotion and an easy way to find creative partners or building teams for projects. Ryan has been working on the PartnerUp App for … Continue reading

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