Tag Archives: art and money

Book proposal

I’m working on a book proposal – let me know what you think. [Please see the revised proposal instead] An Ouroboros: Art, Money and Entrepreneurial Action will be a collection of original essays for an interested lay audience that bridges the … Continue reading

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Preview: The Ouroboros

Next week, I will be delivering the keynote or “framing” remarks at UW-Madison’s Arts Business Symposium, in advance of which I offer my opening thoughts: The title of the event includes the word “Bi-directionality” and promotes the excitement over the potential … Continue reading

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Assets, Tangible and Not

Poet, performer, and critic Claudia La Rocco said at a recent Pave event, “Not everything can be monetized; not everything should be.”  There are, indeed, many ways to consider “value,” and monetization is only one metric.  However, some things that … Continue reading

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The Double Bottom Line of Arts Entrepreneurship

Tania Katan, kicking off our annual Pave Speaker Series, opened her talk with a quote from the Merriam Webster online dictionary: en·tre·pre·neur noun \ˌäⁿn-trə-p(r)ə-ˈnər, -ˈn(y)u̇r\: a person who starts a business and is willing to risk loss in order to … Continue reading

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