The Economics of Art (The Chicago Scene)


Introduction to Chicago and guests sharing experiences combining arts and entrepreneurship in theater, visual art, film, music, dance, marketing, and comedy. Discussion focuses on their careers and career paths, and relationships among facilities, budgets and missions. Site visits, guest speakers, and internships help assess history and changing mission of arts organizations, evolution of site and impact on creative work, identification of audience(s), response to current economic climate, and organization of staff as a reflection of priorities/values. Includes an internship in arts administration, marketing and development, or performance. Offered through Duke in Chicago Arts and Entrepreneurship summer program. Instructor: McAuliffe
Curriculum Codes
  • CCI
  • ALP
Cross-Listed As
  • DANCE 279SA
  • I&E 217SA
  • VMS 221SA
Typically Offered