Explore how art can meet entrepreneurship in an exhibition by Aalto students

Final submissions of the Art, Life and Entrepreneurship course by Aalto Ventures Program will be exhibited in the Väre lobby from 29 November to 13 December. Explore the students' work and learn how art and entrepreneurship can meet beneficially.
A person wearing a shirt that says "build like an entrepreneur" sitting in class, in front of a drawing

Art, Life and Entrepreneurship is a holistic, non-linear course by Aalto Ventures Program for students of Aalto ARTS to create a job out of what they love. In this exhibition, the students of the Fall 2022 iteration of the course present their final submissions, having explored how art and entrepreneurship could meet in a beneficial way. 

The exhibition will be displayed in the Väre lobby from 29 November to 13 December.

The task of the students was to imagine what they'd like to tell a fellow art student who'd like to be an entrepreneur. They have also framed entrepreneurial opportunities in their own field.

As a visitor, you get to experience what an entrepreneurial arts course at Aalto University is like, what students have worked on, and how entrepreneurship can support artists to lead a better life.

Read more about the Art, Life and Entrepreneurship course at AVP's website.

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