Author Archives: James Hart
Check out this enlightening interview with arts entrepreneur Aaron Day on “The Myth of Scarcity.” To listen to the audio file, click Play below. Interview conducted by Jim Hart
Do you believe that entrepreneurship can be taught or does it stem from personality? What do you think?
Imagine a blank canvas. This canvas can hold pictures, videos, dreams, imaginings, visions, philosophy, general thoughts or anything else the creator wants their canvas to be. Blogs are a great way for one to find their voice. When one creates … Continue reading
f Pin It June 6-7, 2014 Southern Methodist University Dallas, Texas Registration: $50, Students $35 REGISTER HERE Arts Entrepreneurship educators, program directors, students, working artists and the curious are invited to the first national meeting dedicated to arts entrepreneurship education. The conference … Continue reading
One of the first things we advise students to do when establishing an entrepreneurial partnership with others is to write out a clear (and signed) exit plan. Establishing an exit plan at the beginning of the process, while people are … Continue reading
The following classes in Arts Entrepreneurship and Arts Management have been approved under the new University Curriculum at SMU: AMAE 3305 Arts Budgeting and Financial Management Proposed for: Proficiencies & Experiences/Quantitative Reasoning -Approved by CUC on 5/1/13 AMAE 3370 … Continue reading
This week in the class Attracting Capital, students engaged in competitive lemonade stands. They had to compete, using the same product, with stands facing each other. This game is one about branding, sales strategy and