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Re: [BKARTS] Grad school vs. Not

    Are you planning to do this as an artistic personal pursuit or as a
livelihood?  In the latter event, you will need to spend some time looking
at the finances of a small business or private studio.  Many young people
are attracted to the pursuit of excellence in art and fault themselves on
the mundane details of paying for groceries, the rent and business
expenses.  If you decide on a graduate program in the fine arts, don't
forget the electives in finance.  Even if you wind up working in a firm or
larger enterprise in which you do not have financial responsibilities, you
will have to deal with the people who do.
 Dorothy Africa

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