Libraries and Arts Entrepreneurship Education

  • Joel Roberts
Keywords: arts entrepreneurship, libraries, collaboration, events, research

Abstract

In reaction to evolution in the way information is digested, libraries have undergone a transformation over the past couple of decades. Consequently, libraries everywhere have become more than just warehouses for books. Being a relatively new field, arts entrepreneurship has the opportunity to continue to grow along with libraries. This essay discusses ways that academic libraries can benefit arts entrepreneurship educators, as well as possibilities for collaboration between the two areas for research and planning events. Reaching out and establishing relationships with library personnel serves to reinforce the foundation of any arts entrepreneurship program.

Published
2020-10-16
How to Cite
Roberts, J. (2020). Libraries and Arts Entrepreneurship Education. Journal of Arts Entrepreneurship Education, 2(1), 53-56. https://doi.org/10.46776/jaee.v2.59