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Friday, August 4 • 10:15am - 11:15am
Social Entrepreneurship in the Artist Curriculum

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Entrepreneurship is a fundamental element of the artistic identity and essential to the proliferation of one’s own musical or artistic skills. In the growing trend of entrepreneurship integrated into curricula throughout higher education, it is important to remember that in the arts, entrepreneurship is unique in the role it take in shaping students’ professional identities as well as their sense of social efficacy. This presentation will present an engaging investigation as to why arts entrepreneurship must be more than focusing on developing particular skill sets, career training, or artistic portfolio development. We will investigate the context in which artists of all stripes have historically applied their entrepreneurial skills. We will examine how the artistic process and growth are centered around key themes of entrepreneurship including how social entrepreneurship experiences can catalyze artistic productivity.

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John-Morgan Bush

Lecturer of Music, Executive Director UMass Lowell String Project, University of Massachusetts Lowell
Community Music, building bridges with music, the power of music to create social change and how a new generation of music educators is going to take us there.


Friday August 4, 2017 10:15am - 11:15am
Dolan Studio Live Room - 6th Floor 35 W. 4th St., New York, NY 10012

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