Business of creativity

December 8, 2006

The University of East Anglia has launched an MA course to help artists, writers and musicians turn their creativity into entrepreneurship.

The one-year MA in creative entrepreneurship aims to give people who are in the process of establishing their arts careers the support and practical business skills needed to be a success.

It looks at legal, copyright and contractual issues, self-employment, marketing and promotion, as well as financial resources and options for generating income.

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