Category Archives: Arts Entrepreneurship
The following are some tips to consider before launching an arts venture. If you could create anything, regardless of financial cost, what would you create? It can be as large as you can dream. It can be a stadium opening, starring … Continue reading
“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
Some of you may remember that some students in Attracting Capital have been invested in trading up (beginning with a single marble) for objects of greater value. One young woman has traded up (through multiple trades) to a hunting trip, … Continue reading
There is an old military saying I like to think of a lot: “No plan survives first contact”. For me, this means that as well as you may plan, things are going to change as soon as you make contact … Continue reading
Elizabeth DeRusha is arts entrepreneur who is currently working as the proud owner of Edge Dance Studio. She opened the studio in Plano, Texas during the summer of 2012. 1. What role, if any, does a business plan play in … Continue reading
Bill Aulet, Managing Director of Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship, visited the course
Adam Huttler, founder of Fractured Atlas, is interviewed on when to start a nonprofit (or if). He speaks about fiscal sponsorship and gives a wealth of tips to arts entrepreneurs.