Arts & Business organisations throughout Europe have always been the focal point of meeting between the arts sector and the business sector. Arts & Economic Prosperity Study IV – 2010 Data (City of Boulder) : This research was part of the most recent national study by Americans for the Arts and demonstrates that the nonprofit arts and culture sector is an important economic driver and contributed over $20 million of economic impact in the City of Boulder.
Top 10 Reasons to Support the Arts in 2014: Here are just a few of the reasons noted in this great article: 1. Arts promote true prosperity, 2. Arts improve academic performance, 3. Arts strengthen the economy, 4. Arts are good for local merchants, 4. Arts spark creativity and innovation….Read the whole blog to learn more and find links to a wealth of additional resources that bolster the case for support for the arts.
Non-Profit Board Leadership class was developed to teach board skills to graduate students through the Wisconsin School of Business, but was opened to all graduate level students recognizing that many students will, at some point in their careers, serve on a non-profit board or work for one.
This degree is not as popular as the two-year MBA program, and universities typically offer it in conjunction with some sort of other professional degree, such as a law or medical degree, for students who want to show future employers that they are familiar with the fundamentals of business.
Arts Enterprise has been followed up by the development of additional coursework, an entrepreneurship competition called the New Arts Venture Challenge (founded by Jutt and now funded and supported by the Arts Institute), the connection of coursework and internship credit to the Certificate of Entrepreneurship, which is available to any student on campus, and coursework and training for BBA students in aesthetic development for leadership training.