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Tuesday, November 17 • 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Entrepreneurial = Improvisational: How to accept the good, bad, and never-saw-that-coming

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Entrepreneurial = Improvisational. One of the primary exercises in improv training is 'Yes, and...' That phrase may be the best way to summarize the psychological and business traits of successful entrepreneurs. How to accept the good, bad, and never-saw-that-coming. Craig Welsh of Go Welsh Design Studios will discuss roadblocks and failures and how these ultimately led to his success as an arts entrepreneur. He will also share how his time in college college at PSU led to his successful career.

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Jonathan Gangi

Assistant Professor of Music and Arts Entrepreneurship, School of Music, College of Arts and Architecture
Jonathan J. Gangi was appointed the College of Arts and Architecture’s inaugural Professor in Arts Entrepreneurship in 2014. He is an affiliate faculty member in the School of Music, offering instruction in classical guitar. Gangi works with academic faculty across the college to develop new courses and programs that focus on “the business of the arts," and on arts entrepreneurship and innovation. He also teaches courses and... Read More →


Craig Welsh

Principal/Creative Director, Go Welsh
| Craig is principal/creative director of Go Welsh, a Lancaster, PA-based design studio. Additionally, Craig is an associate professor of communications and humanities at Penn State Harrisburg where he teaches advertising and graphic design. He also is a visiting instructor in the MFA Graphic Design program at Marywood University in Dunmore, PA. | | Craig was educated as an architect while earning a BS Architecture degree from Penn State... Read More →

Tuesday November 17, 2015 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Lipcon Auditorium in the Palmer Museum of Art University Park

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