Cases on Arts Entrepreneurship

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Cases on Arts Entrepreneurship

9781802209297 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Mark Tonelli, Associate Professor, School of Music, Millikin University and Andrew Heise, Assistant Teaching Professor, Department of Management and Entrepreneurship, Managing Director, Regnier Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Henry W. Bloch School of Management, University of Missouri-Kansas City, US
Publication Date: April 2023 ISBN: 978 1 80220 929 7 Extent: c 240 pp
How can entrepreneurial thinking be applied to ventures in the arts? What strategies can artists employ to build viable professional careers? How can sustainable and thriving arts organizations be created? Merging the worlds of business and the arts, this engaging book of case studies of individuals and organizations, written by experts spanning a broad range of fields within the arts, offers insight into answering these key questions.

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How can entrepreneurial thinking be applied to ventures in the arts? What strategies can artists employ to build viable professional careers? How can sustainable and thriving arts organizations be created? Merging the worlds of business and the arts, this engaging book of case studies of individuals and organizations, written by experts spanning a broad range of fields within the arts, offers insight into answering these key questions.

Bringing together nuanced details from across the arts to provide a broad understanding of arts entrepreneurship, it also gives readers the tools to apply insights from other artistic disciplines to their own, synthesizing unique, targeted strategies from a myriad of sources. Each chapter includes:

• Engaging classroom activities and discussion ideas
• Teaching notes that allow material to be easily incorporated into any course
• Extraction of important principles of arts entrepreneurship from each case study.

Equally applicable to formal and individual study, this book will prove an invaluable and inimitable resource for not only educators, researchers and scholars in arts entrepreneurship, management or administration but also individuals pursuing careers in this highly competitive industry.
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‘Cases on Arts Entrepreneurship represents a significant and successful step in this emerging field’s curricular options. In addition to representing a variety of arts disciplines, Tonelli and Heise’s editorial efforts are first rate – as are the cases themselves. This is a book all arts entrepreneurship educators should use in the classroom. I certainly will.’
– Gary Beckman, North Carolina State University, US
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Contributors include: Kathryn L. Brown, Stacie Burley, Adrienne Callander, Drew X. Coles, David Cutler, Antoinette Doherty, Hannah Grannemann, Josef Hanson, Andrew Heise, Kristie Moergen, Jeffrey Nytch, Jeremy J. Peters, Diane Ragsdale, Roger Bennett Riggle, Diane R. Scott, Rachel Sullivant, Stacey Tirro, Mark Tonelli, Jessa Wilcoxen
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