Black Hills State University will be offering an “Entrepreneurship in the Arts” certificate program starting in early February. This non-credit certificate program is targeted at artists of all disciplines who seek to support themselves through their art.
Courses will be offered Thursday evenings beginning Feb. 5 with the last class the evening of March 19. Participants are able to register for individual sessions for $39 each or $219 for all six sessions. These sessions are open to community members throughout the region.
The courses are designed to help artists become entrepreneurial in managing and shaping their careers and developing the skills required for creating market-based opportunities in the arts. Courses will be taught by experts in the fields of the fine arts and business including: Dr. Priscilla Romkema, dean of the college of business and technology at BHSU; Dr. Ken Schallenkamp, associate professor of business at BHSU; Dr. Annette Ryerson, assistant professor of business at BHSU; Sheila Aaker, assistant dean in the college of business and technology at BHSU; Doug Stevens, attorney and adjunct instructor at BHSU; Laura Prosser, assistant professor of accounting and economics at BHSU; and Liz Diers, assistant professor of business at BHSU.
For additional information, contact Cheryl Templeton at CherylTempleton@BHSU.edu or call 642-6321. Participants may also visit EdOutreach.BHSU.edu/Registration.
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Thursday, March 30, 2017