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Welcome to the Arts Entrepreneurship Podcast! We highlight how entrepreneurs align their artistry, passion, and vision to create and pursue opportunities to capture value in the Arts. Learn more at www.ArtsEntrepreneurshipPodcast.com.

Arts Entrepreneurship Podcast: Making Art Work Nick Petrella and Andy Heise

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    • 5.0 • 13 Ratings

Welcome to the Arts Entrepreneurship Podcast! We highlight how entrepreneurs align their artistry, passion, and vision to create and pursue opportunities to capture value in the Arts. Learn more at www.ArtsEntrepreneurshipPodcast.com.

    #176: Dave Black (Music Publishing) (pt. 1 of 2)

    #176: Dave Black (Music Publishing) (pt. 1 of 2)

    This week on the podcast is part one of our interview with Dave Black, of Dave Black Music. He's been in the music publishing industry in some capacity for over 30 years, and he's also a prolific composer who's had music played in numerous TV shows. Dave will share his insight on the process of publishing, and give suggestions for effective approaches to have works selected for publication. Few have Dave's depth of knowledge in publishing, so if you are interested in having your works published, you won't want to miss his interview.

    Show Notes: https://www.artsentrepreneurshippodcast.com/episodes/176-dave-black-music-publishing-pt-1-of-2

    • 35 min
    #175: Hudson Conservatory of Ballet - Eric Carvill and Sunita Joshi (Dance) (pt. 2 of 2)

    #175: Hudson Conservatory of Ballet - Eric Carvill and Sunita Joshi (Dance) (pt. 2 of 2)

    This week on the podcast is part two of our interview with Eric Carvill and Sunita Joshi, founders of the Hudson Conservatory of Ballet. They'll share their story of transitioning from dancing professionally to becoming studio owners, and what they learned along the way. They will also address the many activities they do to keep their studio running effectively, while also growing their business.  Eric and Sunita's story is relatable to all artists who want to become full-time arts entrepreneurs.

    Show notes: https://www.artsentrepreneurshippodcast.com/episodes/175-hudson-conservatory-of-ballet-eric-carvill-and-sunita-joshi-dance-pt-2-of-2

    • 32 min
    #174: Hudson Conservatory of Ballet - Eric Carvill and Sunita Joshi (Dance) (pt. 1 of 2)

    #174: Hudson Conservatory of Ballet - Eric Carvill and Sunita Joshi (Dance) (pt. 1 of 2)

    This week on the podcast is part one of our interview with Eric Carvill and Sunita Joshi, founders of the Hudson Conservatory of Ballet. They'll share their story of transitioning from dancing professionally to becoming studio owners, and what they learned along the way. They will also address the many activities they do to keep their studio running effectively, while also growing their business.  Eric and Sunita's story is relatable to all artists who want to become full-time arts entrepreneurs.

    Show Notes: https://www.artsentrepreneurshippodcast.com/episodes/174-hudson-conservatory-of-ballet-eric-carvill-and-sunita-joshi-dance-pt-1-of-2

    • 31 min
    #173: Michael Sgouros (pt. 2 of 2) (Music, Theatre)

    #173: Michael Sgouros (pt. 2 of 2) (Music, Theatre)

    This week on the podcast is part two of our interview with Michael Sgouros. Michael is owner of the historic Players Theatre, a 200-seat Off Broadway theater in NYC. Also in the building is a 50-seat theater, rehearsal spaces, an office suite for arts organizations, and the famous Cafe Wha?. Michael will describe how he came to own a theater, and how he created a fulfilling life by combining his interests in music, theater, and real estate. Those interested in theater will enjoy getting  a glimpse into the inner-workings of his business and how he's helping future generations of theater professionals and audiences.

    Show Notes: https://www.artsentrepreneurshippodcast.com/episodes/173-michael-sgouros-pt-2-of-2-music-theater

    • 18 min
    #172: Michael Sgouros (pt. 1 of 2) (Music, Theatre)

    #172: Michael Sgouros (pt. 1 of 2) (Music, Theatre)

    This week on the podcast is part one of our interview with Michael Sgouros. Michael is owner of the historic Players Theatre, a 200-seat Off Broadway theater in NYC. Also in the building is a 50-seat theater, rehearsal spaces, an office suite for arts organizations, and the famous Cafe Wha?. Michael will describe how he came to own a theater, and how he created a fulfilling life by combining his interests in music, theater, and real estate. Those interested in theater will enjoy getting  a glimpse into the inner-workings of his business and how he's helping future generations of theater professionals and audiences.

    Show Notes: https://www.artsentrepreneurshippodcast.com/episodes/172-michael-sgouros-pt-1-of-2-music-theatre

    • 22 min
    #171: Art Blocks - Erick Calderon, Jeff Davis, Jake Rockland (Visual Art) (pt. 2 of 2)

    #171: Art Blocks - Erick Calderon, Jeff Davis, Jake Rockland (Visual Art) (pt. 2 of 2)

    This week on the podcast Erick Calderon, Jeff Davis, and Jake Rockland of Art Blocks  join us for part 2 of a comprehensive look at art on the blockchain, and how it is growing and developing in real time. They describe generative art on the blockchain, how they created an opportunity in that space, why they prefer the Ethereum Blockchain and much more. Anyone interested in visual art, coding, blockchain, and NFTs won't want to miss this fascinating interview from these art and blockchain experts! https://www.artblocks.io

    • 45 min

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