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  • Symposium 2013 | School of Film, Dance and Theatre | Herberger Institute
    Staff About Mission History Leadership Venues Facilities Employment Contact Us Pave The Pave Program in Arts Entrepreneurship paves the way to the future of the arts by investing in student innovation and creativity supporting arts entrepreneurship education and undertaking entrepreneurial activities and research Home Initiatives Pave Symposium 2013 Twitter Vimeo Facebook YouTube Pinterest Instagram Symposium 2013 2013 Pave Biennial Symposium on Entrepreneurship and the Arts Entrepreneurship the Arts and Creative Placemaking The Pave Program in collaboration with the ASU Art Museum Desert One Initiative and the Roosevelt Row Community Development Corporation presents two days of workshops speakers and networking opportunities on the ASU Tempe campus culminating in a performative event on Roosevelt Row in Downtown Phoenix Friday April 12 1 00 2 00 Welcome and Opening Remarks Roberto Bedoya Tuscon Pima Arts Council newplay on livestream com Broadcast Live Free 2 15 5 00 Creative Placemaking Workshop Laura Zabel Springboard for the Arts 5 00 Reception 6 30 8 00 Keynote address Entrepreneurship the Arts and Creative Placemaking Ann Markusen Director of the Project on Regional and Industrial Economies Humphrey School of Public Affairs Saturday April 13 8 30 coffee and networking 9 00 10 00 Pave Student Arts Entrepreneur Pitch Showcase 10 00 12 00 Civic Practice Workshop Michael Rohd Sojourn Theatre 12 15 Box lunch provided 1 30 3 00 Arizona Arts and Entrepreneurship Workshop Emerging Arts Leaders Phoenix Chapter 3 00 4 00 Summary Discussion and Q A Linda Essig Pave Program in Arts Entrepreneurship 4 00 Attendees head to the light rail for Feast on the Street hosted by the Roosevelt Row Arts District as part of the Desert One Initiative The second biennial Pave symposium in entrepreneurship and the arts was held April 1 2 2011 in Tempe Ariz The symposium included public discussions workshops

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  • Symposium 2011 | School of Film, Dance and Theatre | Herberger Institute
    Institute Degrees Art Arts Media Engineering Design Film Dance and Theatre Music Certificates Interdisciplinary Minors Admissions ASU Admissions Paying for College Talk to an advisor Request Info Visit Campus Steps to Apply BA in Film BA in Performance and Movement BA in Theatre BFA in Dance MFA in Dance MFA in Theatre PhD in Theatre Admission For International Students Community Classes Transfer Students Student Life Life at ASU Arcadia Residential Community Venues Facilities Clubs Organizations Study Abroad Service Learning Free event tickets Advising Meet your dean of students Initiatives Pave Artswork Performance in the Borderlands Hollywood Invades Tempe Urban Sol Events Buy Tickets Hours Maps Parking Sign up for our events newsletter Research Initiatives Initiatives Pave Artswork Performance in the Borderlands Hollywood Invades Tempe Urban Sol Our Faculty Employment Opportunities View all Herberger Institute Faculty Staff Resources For Alumni Community Members Current Students Faculty K 12 Parents Researchers Staff About Mission History Leadership Venues Facilities Employment Contact Us Pave The Pave Program in Arts Entrepreneurship paves the way to the future of the arts by investing in student innovation and creativity supporting arts entrepreneurship education and undertaking entrepreneurial activities and research Home Initiatives Pave Symposium 2011 Twitter Vimeo Facebook YouTube Pinterest Instagram Symposium 2011 Pave opening remarks from Arizona Commission on the Arts Director Bob Booker Video of P A V E Opening Remarks Bob Booker Pave keynote address by Ben Cameron New Pathways in Times of Uncertainty Video of P A V E Ben Cameron New Pathways in Times of Uncertainty Pave community forum What is Arts Entrepreneurship Video of P A V E Symposium Pave community forum Teaching and Learning Arts Entrepreneurship Video of P A V E Symposium Pave Legal Issues for Artists led by Volunteer Legal Assistance for the Arts Video of P A V E

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  • Speakers Series 2013–2014 | School of Film, Dance and Theatre | Herberger Institute
    dean of students Initiatives Pave Artswork Performance in the Borderlands Hollywood Invades Tempe Urban Sol Events Buy Tickets Hours Maps Parking Sign up for our events newsletter Research Initiatives Initiatives Pave Artswork Performance in the Borderlands Hollywood Invades Tempe Urban Sol Our Faculty Employment Opportunities View all Herberger Institute Faculty Staff Resources For Alumni Community Members Current Students Faculty K 12 Parents Researchers Staff About Mission History Leadership Venues Facilities Employment Contact Us Pave The Pave Program in Arts Entrepreneurship paves the way to the future of the arts by investing in student innovation and creativity supporting arts entrepreneurship education and undertaking entrepreneurial activities and research Home Initiatives Pave Speakers Series 2013 2014 Twitter Vimeo Facebook YouTube Pinterest Instagram Speakers Series 2013 2014 Thriving as an Artist in Arizona Tania Katan performer and author of My One Night Stand With Cancer Oct 11 2013 at 4 p m Lyceum Theatre Tania Katan is an award winning author keynote speaker and solo performer Her memoir My One Night Stand With Cancer received the Stonewall Book Award and Publishing Triangle Award and was a finalist for the Lambda Literary Award Katan has appeared on NPRs Snap Judgment at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe ACT Seattle Painted Bride Art Center Comedy Central Stage TEDx and more Her performances and published work have been cited in the New York Times Huffington Post GLAMOUR and other publications Currently she is Producer at Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art Lounge SMoCA Lounge For more info about museum programs visit www smocalounge org For more info about her writing speaking and performance work visit www taniakatan com Thriving as an Artist Aaron Landsman Oct 28 2013 at 4 p m Lyceum Theatre Video of Pave Speaker Series Aaron Landsman quot Thriving as an Artist quot Survival and Sustainbility in

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  • Speakers Series 2011-2012 | School of Film, Dance and Theatre | Herberger Institute
    Faculty Staff Resources For Alumni Community Members Current Students Faculty K 12 Parents Researchers Staff About Mission History Leadership Venues Facilities Employment Contact Us Pave The Pave Program in Arts Entrepreneurship paves the way to the future of the arts by investing in student innovation and creativity supporting arts entrepreneurship education and undertaking entrepreneurial activities and research Home Initiatives Pave Speakers Series 2011 2012 Twitter Vimeo Facebook YouTube Pinterest Instagram Speakers Series 2011 2012 Managing the Savvy Artist s Career David Cutler author of The Savvy MusicianMarch 26 2012 at 4 30 p m at the Lyceum Theatre Cutler s book The Savvy Musician is designed to help musicians take control of their careers providing guidance in building a career earning a living and making a difference It examines critical elements Cutler says are often overlooked or misunderstood by musicians such as entrepreneurship product development branding marketing networking the new recording paradigm personal finance funding relevance and legacy The book was heralded by Jeffrey Zeigler of the Kronos Quartet as Hands down the most valuable resource available for aspiring musicians For the ASU audience Cutler expands his approach to include all of the arts disciplines Cutler balances a varied career as a jazz and classical composer pianist arranger educator conductor collaborator concert producer author blogger consultant and speaker He teaches at Duquesne University where he also serves as the Coordinator of Music Entrepreneurship Studies Thinking Outside the Box Office Jon Reiss filmmaker and author of Thinking Outside the Box office Feb 21 2012 at 4 30 p m at the Lyceum Theatre Reiss is director of the documentary feature film Bomb It which explores the world of graffiti art His experiences with marketing his film became the inspiration for his book Think Outside the Box Office The Ultimate Guide to Film Distribution in the Digital Era a step by step guide for filmmakers to distribute and market their work He is also co author of Selling Your Film Without Selling Your Soulwith The Film Collaborative and Sheri Chandler Previous feature films include Better Living Through Circuitry a glimpse into the rave culture and Cleopatra s Second Husband a psychological drama New Business Models for Artists Adam Huttler founder of Fractured Atlas Nov 7 2011 at 4 30 p m at the Lyceum Theatre LYC Adam Huttler discusses New Business Models for Artists Huttler has grown Fractured Atlas from a one man organization founded in 1998 to help liberate the artist to a broad based national service organization with an annual budget of 12 million He serves on the Performing Arts Alliance board of directors the Steering Committee of the National Network of Fiscal Sponsors the Steering Committee of New York City s One Percent for Culture campaign and the Policy Leadership Circle of the Institute for Culture in the Service of Community Sustainability Explore fracturedatlas org Free and open to the public Video of Untitled Social Media and Marketing for Artists Devon Smith director of Social Media for Threespot Consulting

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  • Speakers Series 2009–2010 | School of Film, Dance and Theatre | Herberger Institute
    and research Home Initiatives Pave Speakers Series 2009 2010 Twitter Vimeo Facebook YouTube Pinterest Instagram Speakers Series 2009 2010 Catching and Pitching the True Story Entrepreneurial Writing and Producing Oct 27 4 30 p m Lyceum Theatre 901 S Forest Mall ASU Tempe campus Howard Burkons TV writer producer and game developer has been aproducer and Writers Guild of America member for more than 20 years having written produced and executive produced television movies comedy pilots reality programming documentaries and feature films His credits include the award winning television movie The Ron Clark Storystarring Matthew Perry John Q for New Line Cinema starring Denzel Washington and Highway Heartbreaker for CBS Burkons also has an extensive background in computer games and as a Blue Sky Creative Development Consultant for Electronic Arts Intellectual Property and the Arts Feb 2 2010 4 p m Lyceum Theatre 901 S Forest Mall ASU Tempe campus Attorney Ira M Schwartz of DeConcini McDonald Yetwin Lacey is an authority on intellectual property law including copyright trademark trade secret computer and Internet law and intellectual property litigation His practice further includes domain name disputes counseling clients on social media issues blogging issues and the related areas of business defamation unfair competition drafting and enforcement of confidentiality agreements and restrictive covenants and rights of privacy and publicity He has represented many international clients in their intellectual property matters In addition he counsels both existing enterprises and startups on all aspects of commercializing new creative and technological products Mr Schwartz earned a B A from the College of Arts and Sciences and a B S in Economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 1982 He received his J D from Washington College of Law at American University in 1985 Creativity and Innovation across Design and the Arts March 1 2010 4 p m Lyceum Theatre 901 S Forest Mall ASU Tempe campus Leni Schwendinger is a world renowned lighting designer artist filmmaker and entrepreneur of Light Projects LTD Her work is displayed all around the globe in public and architectural spaces Among many other honors and awards Schwendinger has been named the Woman Entrepreneur of the Year Read more about Schwendinger at www lightprojectsltd com profile php Achieving Creative Potential Through Cultural Development April 6 2010 4 p m Lyceum Theatre 901 S Forest Mall ASU Tempe campus Arlene Goldbard is a prolific writer social activist and consultant whose focus is the intersection of culture politics and spirituality Ms Goldbard has addressed many academic and community audiences in the U S and Europe on topics ranging from the ethics of community arts practice to the development of integral organizations She has provided advice and counsel to hundreds of community based organizations independent media groups public and private funders and policymakers including the Rockefeller Foundation the Independent Television Service and dozens of others Ms Goldbard s most recent book New Creative Community The Art of Cultural Development was published by New Village Press in November 2006 She

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  • Speakers Series 2008–2009 | School of Film, Dance and Theatre | Herberger Institute
    Series 2008 2009 Twitter Vimeo Facebook YouTube Pinterest Instagram Speakers Series 2008 2009 2008 2009 Speakers Series on arts entrepreneurship included Founding directors of two vibrant Manhattan performance spaces Mark Russell of PS 122 and Ellie Covan of Dixon Place spoke on Leveraging Venue to Create Opportunities for Artists Patricia Cardoso director of the acclaimed HBO Films Real Women Have Curves shared her vision of working in independent film Brenda Goodman independent film producer discussed entrepreneurship in producing The Ballad of Little Jo Emma and Elvis and Mac among others Sarah Wayne Callies perhaps best known for her work in FOX television s Prison Break as Sara Tancredi on I am my own product Initiating and managing an acting career Pave Inaugural Symposium on Entrepreneurship and the Arts Nov 7 8 2008 ASU Herberger Institute School of Theatre and Film ASU Tempe campus The arts are among the most entrepreneurial of all enterprises Most artists whether in performing arts visual arts or film and media work independently They are in effect their own companies struggling to market distribute and show their work while managing their own financial processes What are the special challenges facing the artist as entrepreneur In this two day symposium sponsored by the ASU Herberger Institute School of Theatre and Film p a v e program filmmakers actors artists musicians and academics from across the nation gather on the ASU campus to examine this fascinating subject Join us Nov 7 for dinner and the keynote presentation by Rick Cleveland executive producer of Six Feet Under with opening remarks by Kwang Wu Kim dean of the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts The three sessions on Nov 8 center on Arts Entrepreneurship Education Business Ethics and the Arts and Launching and Sustaining an Arts based Venture View detailed schedule Pre registration deadline Oct 31 2008 Friday Nov 7 2008 5 6 30 p m Registration and Reception Sheraton Phoenix Airport Hotel 1600 S 52nd Street Tempe AZ 8528 6 30 p m Dinner and Keynote Speaker Introduction Kwang Wu Kim dean of the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts Keynote Speaker Rick Cleveland There Are No Career Paths in the Arts and If Anyone Tries to Tell You Otherwise They Are Lying Mr Cleveland is the Emmy award winning television writer screenwriter and playwright He was an executive producer of Six Feet Under and co producer of The West Wing Saturday Nov 8 2008 8 30 a m Continental Breakfast ASU Memorial Union Stage room MU 085 9 a m Arts Entrepreneurship Education ASU Memorial Union Stage room MU 085 Panel moderator Rachel Bowditch Gary Beckman and Mark Sheridan Rabideau Painting Paisley an Elephant in the Room Approaching the Efficacy of Arts Entrepreneurship Education Lynn Book Creativities Revaluation and Transformation Francesca Talenti Teaching Introduction to Arts Entrepreneurship 11 a m Lunch and Plenary Speaker Nelson Fine Arts Plaza adjacent to the Galvin Playhouse William Partlan Sustaining a Performing Arts Venture Triple Espresso LLC 12 30 p

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  • Speakers Series 2007–2008 | School of Film, Dance and Theatre | Herberger Institute
    for College Talk to an advisor Request Info Visit Campus Steps to Apply BA in Film BA in Performance and Movement BA in Theatre BFA in Dance MFA in Dance MFA in Theatre PhD in Theatre Admission For International Students Community Classes Transfer Students Student Life Life at ASU Arcadia Residential Community Venues Facilities Clubs Organizations Study Abroad Service Learning Free event tickets Advising Meet your dean of students Initiatives Pave Artswork Performance in the Borderlands Hollywood Invades Tempe Urban Sol Events Buy Tickets Hours Maps Parking Sign up for our events newsletter Research Initiatives Initiatives Pave Artswork Performance in the Borderlands Hollywood Invades Tempe Urban Sol Our Faculty Employment Opportunities View all Herberger Institute Faculty Staff Resources For Alumni Community Members Current Students Faculty K 12 Parents Researchers Staff About Mission History Leadership Venues Facilities Employment Contact Us Pave The Pave Program in Arts Entrepreneurship paves the way to the future of the arts by investing in student innovation and creativity supporting arts entrepreneurship education and undertaking entrepreneurial activities and research Home Initiatives Pave Speakers Series 2007 2008 Twitter Vimeo Facebook YouTube Pinterest Instagram Speakers Series 2007 2008 Entrepreneurship and the Arts Fall 2007 Speaker Series All events were held at 3 30 p m and were free Sept 20 2007 Heidi Scott president Great Scott Productions Architecture South Room 321 Oct 4 2007 David Saar artistic director Childsplay Inc Architecture South Room 321 Nov 1 2007 Lisa Sette Lisa Sette Gallery Architecture South Room 321 Nov 29 2007 Barry Kluger Kluger Media Group Schwada Bldg Room 228 This event is made possible by the ASU Herberger Institute School of Theatre and Film through a generous grant from the Kauffman Foundation of Kansas City and our co sponsors ASU Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts ASU Herberger Institute

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  • Fall 2011 Borderlands program at a glance | School of Film, Dance and Theatre | Herberger Institute
    Venues Facilities Employment Contact Us Borderlands Performance in the Borderlands provides students and community members with the opportunity to experience collaborate and discuss identity and politics through various cultural performances in an environment that encourages mutual understanding and the exchange of ideas Home Initiatives Performance in the Borderlands Fall 2011 Borderlands program at a glance Twitter Vimeo Facebook YouTube Pinterest Instagram Fall 2011 Borderlands program at a glance Sept 30 and Nov 18 6 10 p m Civil Disobedience A celebration of urban movement music words and arts from various local and international artists Co sponsored with Herberger Schools of Dance and Music All ages welcome ASU Fine Arts Plaza behind the ASU Art Museum 10th Street and Mill Avenue Free and open to the public Oct 7 23 Zoot Suit by Luis Valdez directed by Andrés Alcalá Valdez s riveting play with music and dance portrays the life of a young man falsely accused of murder after the infamous 1943 Los Angeles Zoot Suit Riots Lyceum Theatre ASU Tempe Campus Purchase tickets at mainstage asu edu Friday Oct 7 2 p m From the Margins to the Mainstream US Latina o Theatre and Performance Noted Chicano Theatre Scholar Jorge Huerta presents an overview of Chicana o Cuban American and mainland Puerto Rican plays and playwrights since the 1960s Galvin Playhouse ASU Tempe Free and open to the public Saturday Oct 29 7 30 p m ONE SHOW ONLY No Roosters in the Desert by Kara Hartzler directed by Barclay Goldsmith Presenting the Phoenix Premiere of Borderlands Theatre s award winning play based on the actual experiences of women crossing north into the Arizona desert On their way they push the limits of their physical and emotional endurance establishing connections with each other through the magical storytelling of an indigenous

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