Category Archives: A Business of One

Artists: Natural Entrepreneurs?

“My second conclusion is that attributes of creative individuals and attributes of entrepreneurs are so similar that even attempting to define a set of predetermined characteristics is a futile exercise”. (1) This is such a great quote and I would further … Continue reading

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Arts Entrepreneurship Daily Tips

Jim Hart, Director of Arts Entrepreneurship at SMU has been urged by Theatre Communication Group (TCG) to post tips daily about arts entrepreneurship, through the national conference that is happening in Dallas now. Here is today’s Tip: How to Create … Continue reading

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Heroes Among Us: Amber Venz

The following interview is part of a class assignment for Entrepreneurship and the Hero Adventure at SMU, Meadows School of the Arts. Each interview has been conducted and created by students for this course, which celebrates those heroes in our communities. Heroism, for … Continue reading

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A Business of One

Entrepreneur is a word that can trip some actors up. I am an artist myself and I never used the word “entrepreneur”, until I was already well into my first business venture. I wish, however, that I had been exposed … Continue reading

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