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There are art hobbyists and art businesses.

Which are you?

Art is recreational as in re-creational. 
Art can also be a business bringing in extra income. 

While both may involve painting, dance, music, writing theater etc., how one goes about those two things are vastly different.

To learn the art, one takes technique classes. To learn business, one needs business training. Business schools include classes addressing: 

  • Business Essentials such as data interpretation, finance and economic basis of strategy.
  • Leadership and Management including decision making, implementation, evaluation and strategic planning.
  • Entrepreneurship necessary to actually develop a small business including legal type of small business, creative ways to make money with your talents and collaborations. 
  • Strategic thinking, planning, and execution.

All of these are covered throughout the year in workshops, mastermind groups and individual mentorships. 

To take advantage of this, JOIN NOW!




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Email: info@stlartschamber.org
Phone: (314) 275-0888

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