One sentence at a time

As my book project, An Ouroboros: Art, Money, and Entrepreneurial Action, developed, I began posting paragraphs or short passages to help me work through ideas and garner feedback. With my transition into a new job, I am sometimes only able to muster a sentence or two. Here is today’s sentence:

Unlike traditional capitalist enterprises as they began to develop in the late Middle Ages or early Renaissance in Europe as separate entities from their owner’s household, the arts entrepreneurial enterprise is inseparable from the artist herself.

shop in the middle ages

That’s all I got this weekend…

About lindaessig

Linda Essig is director of Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Programs at the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at Arizona State University, including its award-winning arts entrepreneurship program, Pave: The opinions expressed on creativeinfrastructure are her own and not those of ASU. You can follow her on twitter @LindaInPhoenix and "like" the Pave Program in Arts Entrepreneurship at Find Pave's journal, Artivate, at
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