Saturday, February 15, 2020
Are you an aspiring artist or creative entrepreneur looking for career or start-up advice?
Are you a creative professional wanting to build your business and expand your network?
Open to undergraduates, graduate students, and all alumni, the day will explore the synergies and collaborative potential of entrepreneurship and the creative arts and offer meaningful career advice from alumni in film and entertainment, the performing arts, and visual arts. Join us on the Princeton campus throughout the day for dynamic workshops, panel discussions, and networking.
The day will start with continental breakfast, followed by opening remarks by Lewis Center chair Tracy K. Smith; Princeton’s Vice Dean for Innovation, Rod Priestley; and Managing Director of McCarter Theatre, Mike Rosenberg. A series of panel discussions, career-focused workshops and roundtables, and conversations focusing on the arts will then follow. Lunch will be served and the day will end with a networking reception. There is no fee to attend the day-long conference or any portion of it.
Visit the A&E Day Agenda for session overviews and more information.
Co-organized by Princeton Entrepreneurship Council, Lewis Center for the Arts, Keller Center, Graduate School, Department of Art and Archaeology, and Center for Career Development, along with Princeton Arts Alumni.
For more information, please contact Don Seitz, Assistant Director, Alumni Engagement, PEC, or Angel Gardner, Associate Director, External Affairs, LCA