Artpreneur- When art meets Entrepreneurship

The process of designing, launching, and running a new business based on any trade ideas or a particular requirement is known as entrepreneurship. As art is 60% part of the Heart, Artpreneur is also 60% part of entrepreneurship with 40% of heart.

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The word “Aatma Nirbhar Bharat” is now in trend but, if we talk about the entrepreneur and Artpreneur, they were on their tactics from the beginning. From production to retailing they are on their own.

Being an Artpreneur does not indicate dexterity in a particular art form like painting, architecture, sculpture, etc. There are numerous countries where you can find most of the population in this patronage.

Artpreneur is autonomous of trade and trend. It depends on the people’s perspective and the artist’s mind as a way to describe his art.

A successful example of the Artpreneur is the Film/ Theatre production industry in which almost all forms of art are represented. This is the example in which the most flourishing alliance of entrepreneurship and art is seen.
As it also depends on the amount of budget, people’s reaction, the authenticity of the art, the trend of that particular subject, and other relevant factors. In fact, in this business, every single person’s effort matters, and everyone has to give their best to make the most of it.

If we compare entrepreneurs and Artpreneur, then both of them are quite similar in nature. For instance, an entrepreneur depends on staff, business trends, cash flow, and other business-related circumstances. Similarly, an Artpreneur who seems to be an independent artist from a distance has to weigh in several factors when working on a broad scale.

Contributed by Mahrshi Dixit, Content Writer at Mitti Ke Rang

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