Arts entrepreneurs won't save the day for every city, but in some spots, they're the new oil (paint) barons.
What you need to make your big idea look huge.
With their site stuck in neutral, two entrepreneurs changed gears and paved a new road to success.
How do you know when it's time to alter the strategy of your business? Here's how to pivot to a better business model midstream.
Editor-in-chief Amy Cosper digs into the idea of creative communities as an entrepreneurial economic force.
Through core values that include a focus on collaboration, a company can make money without selling a thing.
Two architects in Providence, R.I., contained their plans and found new reasons to recommit themselves to their city along the way.
One Seattle organization provides back-office guidance and services to artists short on business savvy.
Artists gave Chattanooga's Southside a new life--and the neighborhood returned the favor.
There's a lot more to DIY than that wobbly table you built (and your spouse hates). A Maker Movement leader weighs in on the growth of the DIY community.
Entrepreneur Jen Bekman envisions--and is creating--a world that puts art in reach of the masses.