FIIB, CommonTime Launch Arts Entrepreneurship Seminar
FIIB and CommonTime collaborate to offer ‘The Art of Arts Entrepreneurship’ a 10-week seminar empowering artists with essential business skills from 15th February 2024
CommonTime and Fortune Institute of International Business are partnering to offer a 10-week online seminar titled ‘The Art of Arts Entrepreneurship’ that aims to empower artists worldwide with essential entrepreneurial skills, business acumen and global marketing strategies. The creative economy, valued at two trillion dollars, is the backdrop for the seminar. It aims to help artists explore opportunities and connect with global industry experts for a rewarding entrepreneurship journey in the artistic economy.
The course, starting on 15th February 2024, will be conducted through instructor-led online classes and will be awarded a Certificate of Professional Development by FIIB and CommonTime.
“FIIB-CT collaborates with CommonTime to support artists in adapting to the creative economy, aiming to equip them with new business skills and confidence for sustainable success”, Radhika Shrivastava, Executive Director, FIIB, emphasises.
“CommonTime collaborates with FIIB in New Delhi to support artists worldwide, promoting their business acumen and contribution to the creative economy”, Christine Matovich, Founder, CommonTime, emphasises.
“Christine and Radhika's master plan for FIIB+CT aims to address pressing economic challenges faced by artists, promoting cross-border economic growth and business acumen” Jeff Levenberg, Director, Course Design at CommonTime, expressed.
The seminar, ‘The Art of Arts Entrepreneurship’ is open to professionals and emerging artists from all backgrounds, ages and interests. It provides a template for artists to apply their skills for their business, whether in visual, musical, or performing arts. Participants will learn the art of distinguishing themselves, communicating their unique voices, strategic target audience identification, global economy navigation and pricing their work. The seminar also offers practical insights from successful arts entrepreneurs through engaging case studies.
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