My good friend, Roger Lee, Managing Director, Owner, and Founder of Roger Lee Arts, joins us in episode 055 of SHIPS! Roger and I talk about how failure is essential for success in both the arts and in any field, how vital it is to change our mindset for success, and how liberating it is to create your own work as an artist. We discuss Roger's career as a dancer and finding his entrepreneurial path in the arts.
Please be sure to check out https://www.rogerleearts.com/ for more information about Roger and his company. You can check him out on all social media platforms @rogerleearts.
Roger Lee is the Managing Director, Owner, and Founder of Roger Lee Arts, LLC, a business producing dance company concerts, portrait drawings, and artist career coaching since 2012. He wrote the e-book Career Advice For Visual and Performing Artists based on his 18 years of professional experience as an award-winning visual and performing artist. Roger is also an educational professional with 12 years of teaching and administrative experience. He currently serves as a Program Manager, Entrepreneur-in-Residence, and Adjunct Professor at Drexel University’s Close School of Entrepreneurship, the nation’s first independent entrepreneurship degree-granting school. Roger previously served as an Adjunct Professor at Eastern University’s Campolo College of Graduate and Professional Studies, Loeb School of Education, and Dance Department and at Temple University’s Dance Department, a freelance dance teaching artist, and an on-air dance instructor.
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