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The Fine Arts Entrepreneurship Residency provides an opportunity for Southeast students from all departments, at no cost, to learn about what it takes to be successful during a career search and how to elevate yourself over the competition.
The 2021 Fine Arts Entrepreneurship Schedule is continuing to be developed as we speak!!! Check back often as we update the information.
All sessions qualify for R&C for Southeast Music students! All workshop sessions will be available also via this Zoom link!
Galen Dean Peiskee has established a career as an accomplished chamber musician, soloist, orchestral pianist, choral accompanist, and vocal coach. He has performed all over the United States as well as throughout the world in Austria, Poland, Italy, Greece, Spain, Cuba and Bolivia. Dean has enjoyed premiering works by Gregory Wanamaker, Piotr Szewczyk, Paul Richards, Gary Smart, Stephanie Pieczynski, Valerie Coleman, Roger Zare, and Timothy Hoekman. He is a founding member of both the Young-Peiskee Flute-Piano Duo and the Cerulean Trio; he also performs as a member of the Bold City Contemporary Ensemble and the Emerald Trio. He made his Carnegie Hall debut in May 2017, performing music of Timothy Hoekman in Weill Recital Hall. Dean’s playing can be heard on the CD “Bliss Point,” published by Navona Records, and with clarinetist Jackie Glazier on the CD “Magic Forest Scenes,” published by Centaur Records.
Mr. Rhett Hendrickson is a Senior Trainer and member of the Global Training Team for Dale Carnegie Training TM in all four core areas: Interpersonal Relations and Stress Management, Sales, Leadership, and Public Speaking – garnering consistent participant evaluation scores above the 95thpercentile. He has been retained by a wide variety of companies including Procter & Gamble, Nestle Purina, US Bank, Digicel South Pacific Islands, Hendrix Genetics, Continental Automotive, and IBM, to name a few. An alumnus from the Department of Music at Southeast Missouri State University, Mr. Hendrickson brings the unique perspective of applying a music education to the business world in a capitalist, twenty-first century, Western society.
Dr. Steven Stovall is the Assistant Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship at Southeast Missouri State University. Stovall brings to the classroom a wealth of real-world business experience. He has started four companies – the latest was Austin’s Casual Eatery & Bar in Wilmington, Ohio, a 150-seat restaurant in the heart of the historic district. In addition, he has held executive positions with a Fortune 500 company in the fields of Sales and Human Resources Management. As a management consultant, he has worked with hundreds of companies throughout North, Central, and South America. Dr. Stovall is a professional speaker having conducted numerous workshops on management, supervision, sexual harassment avoidance, team building, social media, stress and time management, motivation, entrepreneuring, increasing sales, improving customer service, and other topics. He has addressed local, state, and national organizations as well as CEOs and managers of multibillion-dollar companies.