Learn from thriving artists at the Southern Entrepreneurship in the Arts Conference

Are you an emerging or mid-career visual, performing or literary artist seeking ways to create more sustainable income? Do you know or work with creative professionals? Would you like to learn from successful visual, performing or literary artists and those who work with them?

If you answered YES to any of these questions, then plan to attend the 4th Annual Southern Entrepreneurship in the Arts Conference in Greensboro, N.C., on Saturday, Feb. 9.  Come the day before and participate in the popular pre-conference Iron Pour and reception at sculptor Jim Gallucci’s studio.

This conference is geared for the artist entering the realm of making a living as a creative entrepreneur as well as those looking to make a better living. There will be sessions directed to writers, performers (music, dance and theater) and visual artists and sessions dedicated to technology and media.

Registration includes a full day of conference sessions, lunch and a reception on Saturday. You must purchase additional tickets for the Friday events. Registration is $60 before the conference and $75 at the door. Discounts are available for students and groups.

For the full schedule and registration details visit http://seac.uncg.edu. The conference is hosted by the N.C. Entrepreneurship Center and the Entrepreneurship Cross-Disciplinary Program at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro.

Via: Southern Entrepreneurship in the Arts