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CFP: The Expanded Field of Arts Entrepreneurship


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Posted by: Artivate
Deadline: Wed, March 1st, 2023

Call for Papers: The Expanded Field of Arts Entrepreneurship

Artivate Special Issue

Co-edited by Adrienne Callander, University of Arkansas and Johanna K. Taylor, Arizona State University

Submission Deadline: March 1, 2023

Arts entrepreneurs are continually reinventing their creative practice, the spaces in which that can happen, and the types of collaborators they engage along the way. Not only are arts entrepreneurs expanding platforms of connection with consumers and audiences, they are also innovating new ways of working that impact larger social, economic, and political structures. The papers in this issue will explore how and where arts entrepreneurship happens in our contemporary society beyond expected models. Papers could address: new business structures beyond the 501(c)3; financial models such as social impact investing; new technologies changing how and where art entrepreneurs operate such as NFTs and blockchain; activism as structural transformation; institutional critique as entrepreneurial action; expanded fields which are collaborating with artists, from government to science; new cooperative models uniting artists in their individual goals; artists intentionally leveraging their creative practices in non-art spaces as consultants.

Contact special issue co-editors Adrienne Callander (ahcallan@uark.edu) and Johanna K. Taylor (johanna.taylor@asu.edu) with any questions.

Submit your article through the Artivate Authors’ page.

Artivate: A Journal of Entrepreneurship and the Arts publishes original scholarship that engages with arts entrepreneurship in entrepreneurship theory as applied to the arts, arts entrepreneurship education; arts management; arts and creative industries, public policy and the arts, the arts in community and economic development, nonprofit leadership, social entrepreneurship in or using the arts, evaluation and assessment; and public practice in the arts.



Posted on Mon, September 12th, 2022
Expires on Wed, March 1st, 2023

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