The value of entrepreneurial skills for artists and vice versa

March 6, 2014 by Joshua
in Art, Creativity, Education, Entrepreneurship, Leadership

Pyragraph Magazine just published a piece I wrote, “The Value of Entrepreneurial Skills for Artists,” on how I hustled (a term that for me in entrepreneurship means only positive things) my way into a prestigious teaching gig at NYU while creating a big public art work. I loved and benefited from each. Neither opportunity could stand on its own, but both together worked. And the city, the school, and the students benefited.

You don’t have to make art to see how you can apply the story to your life.

Check out the story.

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