Vol. 11 No. 2: Fall 2022
The articles featured in Artivate: A Journal of Entrepreneurship in the Arts 11.2 cover a wide range of topics centered around the question of the necessary conditions for the artist as creator and entrepreneur to thrive. Starting with a thought-provoking inquiry into the traditional binary stereotype of the creative entrepreneur as either hero or tragic figure, the issue then dives into an analysis of the struggles and motivations of sculpture students in Nigeria in pursuit of entrepreneurial opportunities in the arts. A qualitative and quantitative study also offers insight into essential entrepreneurial skills that musicians may require in the age of digitalization. This issue ends with a review of a new book that elaborates key theories and frameworks for the development of arts entrepreneurship.