Participants will be guided through exercises, assessments, and discussions to develop strategies and methods for directing your art career with an entrepreneurial toolkit.
These will include a framework for assessing your own artistic practice as an act of entrepreneurship, a method for evaluating the business landscape within which your art exists, and an approach to create strategies for effective action, communication, and positioning within the arts and business ecosystem.
You will also learn a method for budgeting your life and work that helps you meet your goals and adapt to the changing art market, and strategies for time-management that prioritize your creative time.
Co-presented by the Princeton Entrepreneurship Council.
This event is 7-8:30 p.m. EST.
Students: Please RSVP via Handshake.
Alumni: Please RSVP at https://events4.princeton.edu/artistpart2.
Registration closes at 5 p.m. EST the day before the event. The Zoom link will be sent to you the day before the event.
• Aaron Landsman, Visiting lecturer, Lewis Center for the Arts, Princeton University.
This event is part of the Arts at Work program, which brings Princeton students and alumni together for speakers and panel discussions, artists’ showcases and social events. The program is also designed to provide Princetonians a supportive arts and creative community and opportunities to learn about the realities of life and work in various creative fields.