MUSC168 - ENTERPRISING MUSICIAN &

This course aims to provide students with the skills to ensure that the art they create achieves the maximum impact for their audiences and communities, for their respective fields, and for themselves. The course will also examine the relationship between entrepreneurship and individual artistic development. After arriving at an appropriate definition of entrepreneurship and how it can apply to music and the arts, students will explore the development of creativity and innovation and how that leads to idea generation. Students will then receive instruction in such areas as marketing, fundraising, financial management, and business planning. Guest lectures and the examination of case studies will supplement the instructor's lectures. The course will culminate with each student completing and presenting an individual project and participating in a group project in which the class partners with a local arts organization. Can be counted as a music minor elective only.
Section 001 - LEC

R 0330PM-0630PM

KETNER, MICHAEL

DAVID RITTENHOUSE LAB 2C6