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  • Cultural entreprenurship

    1. 1. CULTURALENTREPRENEURSHIP:AT THE CROSSROADS OFPEOPLE, PLACE , ANDPROSPERITY Alice Loy, PhD Co-founder & Director of Programs
    2. 2. A meaningful path toprosperity Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2013
    3. 3. Connecting us to ourpast
    4. 4. Foretelling ourfuture?
    5. 5. Hawaiian Islands, USA
    6. 6. Bali, Indonesia
    7. 7. Suzhou, China
    8. 8. San Francisco, California
    9. 9. México
    10. 10. Nuevo México
    11. 11. Photo: Larry Lamsa
    12. 12. Entrepreneurship isThe pursuit of opportunity without regard toresources currently under control. Marketing Profitable Risk Outcomes Finance Team Operations Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2013
    13. 13. “Entrepreneurship isself-determination.” ~ Lisa Little Chief, PhD
    14. 14. “Unless communities can think about what they have to offer themselves, they’ll either get stuck trying to be what anotherplace already is, or be held back trying to besomething they used to be.” ~ Nate Berg
    15. 15. Jonathan SimsNo Reservations Productions Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2013
    16. 16. FACTORY ECONOMYCREATIVE ECONOMY
    17. 17. University of Minnesota:Bachelor of Arts degree inCultural Entrepreneurship Rachel Vitko
    18. 18. The Cultural Industries:• Performance arts• Fine arts• Film and music• Publishing Kathleen Fontaine• Planning & architecture• Food & agriculture• Crafts• Tourism & Recreation• Media/journalism Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2003
    19. 19. THE CREATIVE/CULTURAL ECONOMY Creative/Cultural Economy Creative/Cultural Clusters Creative/Cultur al Entrepreneurs
    20. 20. “Cultural entrepreneurs are functional navigators --skillful alchemists--combining aspects and processes from multiple systems to create cultural balance and improved livelihoods for their families and communities.” Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2013
    21. 21. GCCE’s theory of change27
    22. 22. OUR MISSION Creative/Cultura l Entrepreneurs
    23. 23. GCCE PROGRAMS• GCCE Fellows• PowerUp!• Market Links• Northern New Mexico Cultural Corridor• Sustainable Native Communities Collaborative• Research and Field Development
    24. 24. GCCE Fellow
    25. 25. “We do not exist solely, we exist together.” Patricia Michaels, GCCE Fellow Taos Pueblo Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2013
    26. 26. Rulan Tangen, GCCE Fellow Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2010
    27. 27. “The challenge for an economy is to move from isolated firms to an array of clusters, and upgrade the array of clusters to more advanced activities.”~ Global Competitiveness Report, World Economic Forum
    28. 28. Northern New Mexico Cultural Corridor Pueblos * * TaosLosAlamos* * Santa Fe * Albuquerque * Los Lunas
    29. 29. Rio Grande AgritourismCorridor
    30. 30. SUSTAINABLE NATIVE COMMUNITIES COLLABORATIVE &INDIGENOUS DESIGN & PLANNING INSTITUTE
    31. 31. 2010 CROSSROADS REPORTChildren living in families with cultural entrepreneurs:• experience less poverty• receive more education• learn indigenous language• live in two-parent households
    32. 32. “Cultural entrepreneurshipallows a community to take its uniquevoice to the world.”“Cultural enterprisescreate a venue for an exchange of spirit.” Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2013
    33. 33. What’s next?
    34. 34. www.culturalentrepreneur.org Alice Loy, PhD alice@culturalentrepreneur.org 505.263.5180

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