This article presents an argument for a distinct educational framework more relevant to the aspirations of arts entrepreneurs by outlining commonly used business-based entrepreneurship structures when building an entrepreneurial venture within the realm of the arts. Disparities between the arts and business schools of thought are addressed and dissected within the context of arts entrepreneurship. Proposed is an auxiliary framework for arts entrepreneurship education, which delineates an aesthetic paradigm within entrepreneurial activity.
Bryan, Thomas and Harris, David
"The Aesthetic Value Exchange: A Potential Framework for the Arts Entrepreneurship Classroom,"
Journal of Arts Entrepreneurship Education: Vol. 1:
1, Article 2.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.memphis.edu/jaee/vol1/iss1/2