Northern Colorado Center for Arts Entrepreneurship
Our Mission and Vision
Supported by the UNC College of Performing and Visual Arts, the purpose of the NOCO Center for Arts Entrepreneurship is to strengthen the connection between the Northern Colorado arts community and the university. The NOCO Center for Arts Entrepreneurship values innovative ideas, the advancement of knowledge, and creative energy for all Artist-Entrepreneurs. The CfAE nurtures the arts entrepreneurship culture of the University of Northern Colorado and furthers learning for both active students and alumni.
The NOCO CfAE’s impact expands UNC’s reputation for artistic and academic excellence by realizing a connected NOCO arts community, inspiring new creative questions and explorations, and advancing the careers of students, alumni and community artist-entrepreneurs.
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WE BELIEVE IN:
- Energizing creative, innovative thinking.
- Fostering connections, networksand community building.
- Nurturing sustainable, fulfilling arts careers for the21st century’s creative economies by amplifying artists’ identities, motivations, strengths and skillsets.
- Cultivating effective arts advocacy and community leadership, andexploring new paradigms to sustain a competitive edge in a rapidly changing arts industry.
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CfAE Launch Party!
The University of Northern Colorado and College of Performing and Visual Arts is proud to introduce our Center for Arts Entrepreneurship! Come celebrate with us as we introduce our programming for 2023, highlight our community partners and give you a glimpse into future of arts innovation and enterprise at UNC.
January 13, 2023
Thank you to our Day of Art Host Venues!!
We would like to give a huge shout out to our fantastic Day of Art Venue Partners! Thank you!!
October 24, 2022
DAY OF ART
October 14 | All Day
CFAE LAUNCH PARTY
January 20 | 6pm
Campus Commons Lobby
March 23 | 7:30pm
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Assistant Professor of Violin & Music Business