campus connections...

SEA's primary focus is on the undergraduate college student and faculty within the visual, performing, literary, and media arts.  We want to be a source and connection for you as you begin your journey as a professional artist.
Campus SEA Clubs


Bring SEA to your campus through a club.  You can either start your own SEA Club or incorporate into a club you already have such as your college's art club or CEO (Collegiate Entrepreneurs' Organization) Chapter.  The focus of SEA themed clubs is to provide an opportunity for students with similar interests to get together and discuss entrepreneurship in the arts as well as networking with local successful artists.

There is no fee to become a SEA Club.  If you would like to create a club on your campus, email us by clicking the button below. 






Current Clubs include:

Alverno College - Not So Starving Artists
Grand Valley State University

Mornsingside College - Art Administers

Northern Illinois University - Self Employment in the Arts Club

University of Wisconsin Madison - Arts Enterprise UW - Madison




Syllabus Exchange


Are you looking for ideas for your next course?  Take a look at the syllabus exchange provided through The Coleman Foundation's website. 


A journal of entrepreneurship in the arts

Published by The Pave Program in Arts Entrepreneurship of Arizona State University




Journal of Arts Entrepreneurship Education

Published by North Carolina State University




Journal of Arts Entrepreneurship Research

Published by North Carolina State University




Educactional Journals


Are you looking for additional articles on arts entrepreneurship education and research?  On the left are three journals - one established and two that are new.  

Arts and Entrepreneurship Program

Millikin University


Arts Entrepreneurship

Meadows School of the Arts

Southern Methodist University


Arts Entrepreneurship (Minor)

North Carolina State University


CELEB:  Center for Entrepreneurship in Liberal Studies

Beloit College


Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management

North Central College


Means Center for Entrepreneurial Studies

Illinois State University


Minor in Entrepreneurship for Fine Arts Students

Indiana University of Pennsylvania


Pave Program in Arts Entrepreneurship

Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Arizona State University


Performing Arts Entrepreneurship Certificate

University of Iowa












Arts Entrepreneurship Educational Programs


Are you looking for information about current college based programs in arts entrepreneurship?  The programs listed on the left are leading the way in the field.  Click on the link to learn more about their majors, minors, and certificate programs.