From being part of the Emerson College’s E3 program, Sam Fish ’15, knows that to be a successful entrepreneur you have to take risks. As the founder and creator of EXIT Galleries, his risk has been rewarded.
After transferring in, Fish majored in Marketing Communication, and benefitted from the E3 program, which is a yearlong immersive program for budding entrepreneurs that teaches students how to build and launch a new business venture.
EXIT Galleries is is popping in Boston’s Downtown Crossing neighborhood through September, and has been in two other locations in the Greater Boston area.
EXIT’s mission is to “strengthen the creative scene” by activating “art portals (ways out) around the city,” and utilize the do-it-yourself ethos from “taking inspiration from skateboarding and the street.”
The following video was made by Dalton Pate ’20 and Paul O’Mara ’20 for the Office of Alumni Relations and Emerson College Alumni Association.
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Sam was an @EmersonCollege transfer student, majoring in Marketing & Communications and was a member of Emerson’s E3 program, a yearlong immersive program in the study of entrepreneurship, and how to build and launch a new business venture. . Sam is the creator of EXIT Galleries, a pop-up art gallery currently open in Boston's Downtown Crossing. . @bysamfish @exitgalleries with contributing artists @_sageman_ @ktlane__ @tjkelleyiii @prettychillhater @reeeqi @mikeygallant @goldlemons . Video produced by @illinoisstatefair ‘20 & @paul.omara ‘20 #emersoncollege #emersonalum #emersonalumni #bostonma #emersonart #emersonartist #bostonart #bostonartist