Fractured Atlas Celebrates Arts Entrepreneurship with Capitol Hill Panel
Event featured Adam Huttler and Courtney Duffy as panelist and moderator, respectively by Courtney Duffy, Robert W. Deutsch Arts & Technology Policy Fellow at Fractured Atlas
What better day than February 14 to celebrate our love for creative entrepreneurship? Last Tuesday, Adam Huttler and I joined four arts entrepreneurs for a Capitol Hill panel hosted in conjunction with the Congressional Arts Caucus, and in collaboration with Public Knowledge. In addition to Adam, our talented panel consisted of the following entrepreneurs:
- Sarah Carson, Founder and President of Leota
- Sriram Emani, Co-Founder and CEO of Raga Labs (and a 2016 recipient of a Fractured Atlas Arts Entrepreneurship Award)
- Jess Peterson, CEO and Creative Producer of Mighty Oak
- Erica Taylor, Co-Founding Partner of TINSEL & TWINE
We could tell you what they talked about, or we could show you — our friends at Public Knowledge used Periscope to record the compelling conversation — check it out here. Additionally, we were thrilled to have an engaged audience in attendance, many of whom livetweeted the event using #ArtsEntreLunch. Here are some of the panel insights that were highlighted on Twitter and Instagram:
Looking forward to collaborating with the Congressional Arts Caucus in the future!
Courtney Duffy is the Robert W. Deutsch Arts & Technology Policy Fellow at Fractured Atlas, a nonprofit technology organization that helps artists with the business side of the creative work. To learn more about Fractured Atlas, or to get involved, visit us here.
About Fractured Atlas
Fractured Atlas is a nonprofit organization that helps over 1.2 million artists of all stripes with the business aspects of their work.