The International Federation of Arts Councils and Cultural Agencies IFACCA is offering online the 2015 survey on International Entrepreneurship in the Arts D’Art 48 which presents the results of a 2015 survey on International Entrepreneurship in the Arts, disseminated among its members.
The report has a list of examples of government support for international entrepreneurship in the arts which is quite limited but might be of use to some professionals. See page 10.
I can’t really tell how useful is this data as it comes from different professionals and seems based on estimations of those respondents rather than proven data but I invite you to check on your own.
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Last September 2014, at the Brooklyn Museum in New York, a series of talks was launched with an interesting first talk: “Power Shift– Becoming an Artist Entrepreneur”.
The event includes talks and professional development activities for artists and designers looking to brand, build, and grow their creative enterprises.