Category Archives: Useful Tools

Tips Before Launching an Arts Venture

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

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New Digital Tool Box for Arts Entrepreneurs

We are pleased to announce a new feature of the Arts Entrepreneurship Resource page, which we are calling the Arts Entrepreneurship Tool Box. This series of digital tools addresses a large array of topics related to arts entrepreneurship. Please feel free to … Continue reading

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Powerful Tools for Arts Entrepreneurs

Today’s arts entrepreneurs now have the potential to develop and communicate with an audience pieced together, representing cultures across the globe. One may develop a pocket of interest in Canada, while at the same time having a loyal audience in … Continue reading

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Useful Advice for Arts Entrepreneurs:

The following are fifteen pieces of advice for aspiring and current Arts Entrepreneurs. Never sacrifice quality in your artistic work and keep your skills sharp. Quality must be priority for the sake of value. Unused skills rust like farm tools in the … Continue reading

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Teaching Arts Entrepreneurship: Discovering Values Game

I like to play a game with my students, which helps them to clarify their personal value systems. It is important to understand what we each value, in order to create clear goals. This is a game I discovered in … Continue reading

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Teaching Arts Entrepreneurship: The Marble Game is On!

Games in the classroom, teaching Arts Entrepreneurship  In Attracting Capital, the short title of a course taught in the minor of Arts Entrepreneurship at Meadows School of the Arts, SMU, students are learning about the relativity of value and how … Continue reading

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