BIPOC Entrepreneurship is the Future of Art

    Wednesday, June 10, 2020 at 12:00 PM until 1:00 PMPacific Daylight Time

    Join CBMArts Wednesday, June 10th at 12 p.m. PDT:

    "BIPOC Entrepreneurship is the Future of Art"
    Out of her Art Business capstone project, Erika Hirugami (Art Business '15) started CuratorLove, a platform for innovative curatorial projects seeking diversity, equity, and inclusion for Latinx and Black communities in the art world. Jeremiah Ojo (Art Business '19) took his business, lèkùn Wa (Yoruba for 'Our Door'), to the next level with his capstone project, positioning it as an art business advisory firm that facilitates and cultivates opportunities for artists of African descent to create, sustain, and thrive. 
    Both alumni created and advanced these businesses out of their intersectional entrepreneurial spirit and the skills they developed at CGU's Center for Business and Management of the Arts. Join CBMArts Director Jonathan Neil in conversation with Erika and Jeremiah about business, racial equality, and their experiences in the Art Business program at CGU.

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