Christian Artists Seminar

August 5 - August 10 2017

Business Not as Usual: Social Entrepreneurship in the Arts

Language the workshop will be taught: English.

We scheduled the workshop as follow:
A series of workshops in 3 days placed in shift 3 of 40 minutes each day.

This workshop should been placed in the following category:
Art, society and discussion

Maximum number of participants
20

The needed artistic level of this workshop is:
All levels.

The skills criteria for participants to follow this workshop are:
All levels.

Participants will have learned after doing this workshop:
Participants will be introduced with different type of entrepreneurship – social entrepreneurship.  During the workshop participants will learn about meaning and benefits of social entrepreneurship, they will get insight about different social enterprises in arts and opportunities and challenges they face with. As a result, participants will develop the idea of social enterprise in arts by using creative thinking methods.

What materials/equipment/other things participants need to bring to be able to do this workshop:
Paper and pen.

Describe clearly the content of this workshop: ­
The world of art needs more social enterprise and the world of social enterprise needs more art. Social entrepreneurs are individuals with an innovative solution to a pressing social problem. Examples of social enterprises in arts will show that mission-driven initiatives don't have to sacrifice on creativity and aesthetic pleasure to succeed. During the workshop participants will learn from the examples of different social enterprises in arts and as a result, participants will develop their own idea of social enterprise in arts by focusing on community wants and needs. In idea developing process creative thinking methods will be used.