The Corzo Center Creative Incubator Grant / Wells Fargo Fellowship Program helps UArts students and alumni develop new ideas, launch creative businesses, and establish social enterprises.

Spring 2015 Workshops

Workshops are free and open to the public.

  • How to Make the Most of Your Online Identity: Jan 15th at 7-8:30pm
  • Taxes for Artists: Feb 19th at 7-8:30pm
  • Dealing with Student Debt: Apr 16th at 7-8:30pm

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An interactive, two week course providing a chance to learn what it takes to be an entrepreneur - how to plan, develop, budget, market, and present your business idea.

Dates: The next Entrepreneur Boot Camp will take place at UArts in March 2015.

Location: The University of the Arts, 211 S Broad St, Rm TBD.

Registration is for all six days.

Free for UArts students and alumni; limited seating available.

Free, one-on-one entrepreneurship consulting for creatives.  By appointment only and open to the public; discuss ideas, strategies, and tactics with local professionals.

Upcoming Events
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