Brief presentations will be interspersed with opportunities for entrepreneurs and artists to meet and exchange ideas and creative concepts.
"It's great that local artists and entrepreneurs have a forum to promote their artwork and their businesses," said Lisa Canning, founder of the Institute for Arts Entrepreneurship."The networking at Create.Innovate.Repeat. has resulted in some outstanding collaborative opportunities."
Registration for Create. Innovate. Repeat. is recommended; visit http://createinnovaterepeat.eventbrite.com/.
About The Institute for Arts Entrepreneurship
The Institute for Arts EntrepreneurshipT is a two-year program with a curriculum that combines experiential learning, mentorship and a personalized classroom environment that provides one-on-one time with the faculty of successful artist-entrepreneurs.
Founded by 25-year business veteran and serial artistic entrepreneur Lisa Canning, The Institute is based on her enthusiasm for the new wave of whole-brain thinking and the firm belief that the arts -and artists-can and must be allowed to contribute to the world's financial recovery.
Enrollment is limited to 45 students. Applications are available online to apply for the institute. There is no age limit for enrollment and the requirements to apply simply include artistic excellence. For more information about the school, go to www.TheIAE.com http://www.TheIAE.com
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