Netherlands, Utrecht

Cultural Entrepreneurship and Business Modelling

when 7 July 2014 - 18 July 2014
duration 2 weeks
credits 3 EC
fee EUR 1185

This course gives an introduction to the entrepreneurial dimension of cultural and creative industries. The two-weeks course will focus on the characteristics of cultural and creative entrepreneurs. You study theories and practices that demonstrate the value of entrepreneurial behaviour for the arts. The life of arts organisations often depends on the risk-taking nature of entrepreneurship. The principles of both entrepreneurship and business modelling will be treated. We will look at creative business modelling and development and the size and structure of cultural and creative enterprises. You will create a cultural and creative business plan.

Course leader

Rene Kooyman International Research Fellow, Financial Management & Entrepreneurship Development

Target group

a. Students with a warm interest in the arts and an affinity for entrepreneurial initiatives in the cultural field.
b. Students in humanities, business administration, arts
c. Management students who want to discover a new dimension of their profession in the cultural field.

Course aim

After this course students have a global insight in basic theories in entrepreneurship in the arts. They will visit Dutch arts organisations, with a new insight in how things work behind the scenes. Students who have their own art practice will have gained entrepreneurial know-how and skills.

Fee info

EUR 1185: -


No scholarships available for this course.

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