The podcast ENTRE DEBAT evolves around four themes: Artistic Citizenship, Quality & Relevance in the artistic business, Artistic Business and Entrepreneurship as a resource for the artistic practice.
ENTRE is the name of the joint program in the art schools with the aim of broadening the use of entrepreneurship as a resource at the schools. But how do you actually make a knowledge area as Entrepreneurship available for educators in the art schools? And what would it even say to have an art practice as an artistic business in the year 2020? Is Artistic Citizenship the same as artistic relevance, and what is the relationship between the artist’s practice and the artist’s business? This is some of the questions, which are debated in the podcast.
The cast of ENTRE DEBAT are members of the ENTRE steering group, comprise of educators and education developers from all the seven Art Schools. The podcast is produced by CAKI and hosted by Rasmus Cleve Christensen.
Listen to ENTRE DEBAT directly from ths website, on CAKI’s Soundcloud or where you usually find your podcasts:
The podcast is in Danish
What is ENTRE? Kristina Holgersen and Pernille Skov explains about the ENTRE PROGRAM
Host: Rasmus Cleve Christensen. Published 12. maj 2020
In this episode, we discuss how Artistic Citizenship relates to the individual’s artistic business and how you as an educator and as an Art School can subsidise the development of Artistic Citizenship in practice.
With Katrine Dirckinck-Holmfelt, Keld Hosbond and Pernille Skov.
Host: Rasmus Cleve Christensen. Published June 4, 2020
Quality and Relevance in the artistic business
In ENTRE DEBATE: In Quality and Relevance, we are discussing how we in the artistic business can access the concepts of value, quality and relevance in correlation with society as a whole. And also in correlation with the individual artist and their artistic business.
With Kristina Holgersen, Line Fredens and Christian Taagehøj.
Host: Rasmus Cleve Christensen. Published June 4, 2020.
In ENTRE DEBATE: Artistic business, we discuss amongst other things the invisible entrepreneurship at the Art Schools, and what it means to think entrepreneurial in an artistic business.
With Jonas Bille Gamkjær and Mikkel Flyvholm.
Host: Rasmus Cleve Christensen. Published June 19, 2020.
Entrepreneurship as artistic development practices
In ENTRE DEBATE: Entrepreneurship as artistic development practices, we discuss it as something intrinsic in art, and how we can develop artistic entrepreneurship as an educational field and pedagogical practice.
With Rikke Lund Heinsen, Christina Dahl and Malene Bichel.
Host: Rasmus Cleve Christensen. Published June 19, 2020.
We have asked Professor Finn Thorbjørn Hansen what it means to wonder. It is about existential issues in artistic entrepreneurship and about wonder-based innovation. The question of wonder is the starting point for a seminar in the ENTRE program, where we focus on how we support the art students’ enterprising and sustainable working lives based on innovative artistic practice.
With Professor Finn Thorbjørn Hansen
Host: Rasmus Cleve Christensen. Published the 20. of October 2020
The artist-centric entrepreneurship
IN ENTER DEBATE: We talk about artist-centric entrepreneurship, among other things. about how artistic creativity can be put in relation to the outside world through entrepreneurship.
With Jonas Frederiksen, leader of the producer education at the National Filmschool of Denmark, and Pernille Skov, leader of CAKI.
Host: Rasmus Cleve Christensen. Published the 9. of October 2020
See the school's joint programme here.
ENTRE DEBAT LIVE 4 - Kunstnerskaber i partnerskaber, 26/11-2021 from 10-12 am at Royal Academy of Music, Aarhus.
CONVERSATION SALON, 26/11 2021 at 13-15 pm at RAMA, Aarhus.
MASTERCLASS on Knowledge transfer w. Georg Russegger, 8/10-2021 at 13-16 pm at Rhythmic Music Conservatory.
ENTRE DEBAT LIVE 3 - 'Kunstnerskaber i omverdensrelationer', 8/10-2021 at 10-12 am at Rhythmic Music Conservatory.
ENTRE SEMINAR 2 - 'At undre sig: Entreprenørskab som kunstnerisk udviklingspraksis', 4/10-2021 at 10-12 am at Danish National Academy of Music.
ENTRE DEBAT LIVE 2 - 'Samfundsudviklende kunstnerskaber', 24/9-2021 at 10-12 am at Rhythmic Music Conservatory.
ENTRE DEBAT LIVE 1 - 'Om kvalitet, relevans, omverdensforståelse og kunstnerisk medborgerskab', 3/11-2020 på Rytmisk Musikkonservatorium.
Explore the ENTREWIKI resources here.
In ENTRE CASE collection, there are examples of how teachers, students and graduates of art schools unfold teaching and artistic practice in ways that affect entrepreneurship as a field of knowledge in art educations. See the collection here.
As part of the ENTRE initiative, CAKI is exploring the possibilities of creating an incubation environment at the art schools.
The incubation effort focuses on supporting students and researchers in developing new ideas, projects and companies. The purpose is to strengthen the transition from education to working life and to strengthen the link between artistic educations, the creative professions and the rest of society.
The development of the incubator initiative started in 2021. Read more about the incubation effort here.
ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN THE ARTS EDUCATIONS
Entrepreneurship activities in the art schools in the period 2011 - 2016 (in Danish) her
Entrepreneurship in the curricula of the art schools 2019/2020 - download (in Danish) her
In the fall of 2019, CAKI identified the needs and wishes of the schools as part of the knowledge base for the development of a program for competency development in entrepreneurship.
Get the report (in Danish) here
Steering group for entrepreneurship (ENTRE)
- The Royal Academy of Music: Keld Hosbond
- The Royal Danish Academy of Music: Jonas Bille
- The National Film School of Denmark: Kristine Ploug
- The Danish National School of Performing Arts: Rikke Lund Heinsen
- Rhythmic Music Conservatory: Christian Taagehøj
- The Danish National Academy of Music: Christina Holm Dahl
- The Academy of Fine Arts: Emil Leth Meilvang
- CAKI: Pernille Skov
You can contact ENTRE by writing firstname.lastname@example.org