Keywords:Arts Entrepreneurship, Editorial, Publication, Journal, Transition
Entrepreneurship, at its essence, involves the discovery of new means-ends relationships (Shane and Venkataraman 2000). Arts entrepreneurship infuses both means and ends with creative, expressive, and aesthetic practice (Essig 2015). So, this twelfth volume of Artivate follows a similar impulse. With this volume, Artivate explores multiple means to achieve its intended ends. Our leadership team now comprises three new coeditors eager to combine their time, attention, advocacy, and networks to this important next chapter. In addition, with Volume 12 Artivate is transitioning to a rolling-publication basis. Rather than anchoring our releases in two full issues, we will now publish articles throughout the academic year as they are available. These innovations in our means are all intended to sharpen and amplify our long-standing ends: to disseminate new thinking and perspectives on arts entrepreneurship theory, practice, and pedagogy. We hope these changes inspire new conversations across the community and that new and established authors will trust their work with us.
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