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Rust Hall – Callicott Auditorium


1930 Poplar Avenue

Memphis,

38104

United States



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March 2017

Free


Entrepreneurial Workshop 2: Turn Your Idea Into a Business

March 28 @ 12:15 pm1:45 pm

Rust Hall – Callicott Auditorium,

1930 Poplar Avenue

Memphis,

38104

United States


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Entrepreneurial Workshop 2

MCA’s Director of Professional Practices will host a 3-part Lunch & Learn Entrepreneurial Workshop series for current students and alumni that will offer important and helpful information about how to start a business. This second session will cover how to organize your idea, understand business structures and key resources to get started. The other next session will take place April 4. For more information, contact Andrea Crowley at acrowley@mca.edu.

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April 2017

Free


Entrepreneurial Workshop 3: Get Funded

April 4 @ 12:15 pm1:45 pm

Rust Hall – Callicott Auditorium,

1930 Poplar Avenue

Memphis,

38104

United States


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Entrepreneurial Workshop 3

In this final session of our 3-part Entrepreneurial Workshop series, MCA’s Director of Professional Practices will present on various options to help fund your startup business, such as crowdfunding sites Kickstarter and GoFundMe, micro-loans, lines of credit and grants. Bring your lunch and attend this final session, which will be full of important and helpful information on how to secure necessary funding for your business venture. For more information, contact Andrea Crowley at acrowley@mca.edu.

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Free


Downing Pryor Distinguished Visiting Lecturer: LaToya Ruby Frazier

April 18 @ 6:00 pm8:00 pm

Rust Hall – Callicott Auditorium,

1930 Poplar Avenue

Memphis,

38104

United States


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Downing Pryor LaToya Ruby Frazier

MCA’s 2017 Downing Pryor Distinguished Visiting Lecturer is LaToya Ruby Frazier, an internationally recognized photographer and a 2015 MacArthur Fellow. Frazier works in photography, video and performance to build visual archives that address industrialism, rustbelt revitalization, environmental justice, healthcare inequity, family and communal history. Frazier received the International Center for Photography Infinity Award in 2015 for her book The Notion of Family (Aperture 2014). Frazier has exhibited widely around the United States and internationally at venues including the Brooklyn Museum, Seattle Art Museum, Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, Massachusetts, the Whitney Museum of Art in New York, and the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston.

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