[IDST 286] Entrepreneurship and the Arts
Principles of entrepreneurship and small business formation and management designed to appeal especially to needs of students in the visual and performing arts, creative writing, and communications. Emphasis is upon the role of improvisation in the art of business venturing in comparison to its role in artistic and creative production. Attention is given to the structure and institutions of business pertaining to the various creative arts. Coverage includes opportunity finding/creation, goal-setting, resource acquisition, financial record-keeping, and marketing, all as motivated by issues of artistic creation.
Entrepreneurship and the Arts
Prerequisite: open to non-first-year students having declared or intended majors in the creative arts. Not recommended for students who have completed Economics 207.