2 Trillion Dollars and Counting

Artists, are you claiming your fair share of the global creative economy?

Learn more about how to turn your arts businessinto a masterpiece

The Art of Arts Entrepreneurship

In this 10-week online seminar, learn how to add the essential entrepreneurial skills, business acumen, and marketing strategies to your portfolio. The creative economy needs your art—let’s get you out there.

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Our Methodology


Share, collaborate & critique business plans with peers and mentors


Realize your contribution to the creative economy locally and globally


Turn your work into investment assets and financial instruments


Cross disciplines & cultures to better convey your artist’s statement to others

What You Will Learn

Effective Communication
Stand out from the crowd
Audience Mastery
Target and reach your best audience
Market Valuation
Price your work in the context of the global economy
Expert Advice
Tips from arts entrepreneurs
Career Adaptability
Stay relevant and flexible in an ever-changing job market
Financial Literacy
Understand financial principles into practice to market and sell your work

Why Join Us

Convenient, concise, and inexpensive professional development
Personalized Mentorship
Direct guidance from experienced industry professionals
Immediate Application
Practical insights and skills you need to make your arts business succeed
Global Networking
Connect and grow with peers worldwide

FIIB & CommonTimeWhere arts meet business

About FIIB

FIIB, a top-notch management college in New Delhi, India with a 30-year-old legacy, cultivates future-ready professionals with its philosophy of Enter to Learn, Leave to Succeed. Approved by AICTE, and accredited by NBA, FIIB is on a mission to strengthen higher education's multidisciplinary approach by weaving diverse domains and perspectives together to provide students with a broad spectrum of knowledge and skills, delivering success to students from different backgrounds.
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About CommonTime

An online arts learning platform that supports access to arts education by connecting learners to teaching artists from around the world. CommonTime empowers artists by providing a platform from which they can earn by teaching their craft, hosting live arts events, and selling pre-recorded educational videos.
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Seminar instructor

Dr. Jeff Levenberg

As Director of Course Design at CommonTime, Jeffrey Levenberg encourages students to be equally versed in the liberal arts, modern technology, and business. Among other endeavors, he has researched Arabic and Chinese literature in the Italian Renaissance at Harvard, performed classics on the guqin in Hong Kong, won a prize at an Infosys Hackathon on AI, and consulted for the U.N. Capital Development Fund. As a development manager serving clients across disciplines and languages, Jeffrey is ever in pursuit of pluralistic (perhaps even polymathic) ways to grow the creative economy.

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Guest Lectures

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Brajesh Jha

He is a senior executive at Genpact with over three decades of experience building and running professional services businesses at multi-billion dollar companies. He has been an intrapreneur for most of his corporate life, attracting and motivating top talent. Brajesh is responsible for Genpact's global digital transformation business in multiple industries, including Media, Publishing, Advertising, Communications, and Entertainment.

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Adrian Werum

Adrian Werum is the founder and artistic director of the Orchester der Kulturen (the World Orchestra) in Stuttgart, a unique orchestra combining instruments and musicians from all cultures. He is an award-winning music director and composer with a passion for musical theatre, world music, and symphonic compositions. Through music, Adrian embraces Germany's shifting demographics and celebrates the diversity of the world's cultures.

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Alissa Schoenfeld

Alissa Schoenfeld is a senior director at Miles McEnery Gallery in New York City. Prior to this she was the director of Yossi Milo Gallery and has been working in the gallery world for the last twenty years. Schoenfeld holds a Master of Art in Art History, Criticism and Theory from Stony Brook in New York.

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Huzefa Tavawalla

Huzefa Tavawalla is the head of the Bangalore office and Disruptive Technologies Practice at Nishith Desai Associate. He is a techno enthusiast and has worked on several matters relating to Drones, Space, Generative AI, and more. Huzefa has a strong IP, Data, and regulatory focus and has published several articles on emerging technologies.