UNCG is gearing up for its fourth annual Southern Entrepreneurship in the Arts Conference, which helps artists learn how to make a living from their passion.
The event, hosted by the North Carolina Entrepreneurship Center and the university’s Entrepreneurship Cross-Disciplinary Program on Saturday, Feb. 9, will feature artists and other speakers sharing how to develop successful ventures. The conference drew more than 350 attendees last year, comprised of emerging and mid-career artists and students.
“The conference is intended to assist artists in going from survival to success with hands-on tools they can implement the next day,” said Dr. Dianne H.B. Welsh, conference co-chair and founder. “This is about having artists work full time on their art and not have to supplement with outside employment.”
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