The article, I feel, just shows a certain scenario in which attending art school solely means getting totally bankrupt. Art school could also mean a boost for your artistic carreer, getting to meet great professionals (teachers), learning from each other (students), having great opportunities, and more. There is never a guarantee for success. Art schools cannot provide success, or a well paid job. But there’s enough reason to study at a good Art school.
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Well, money is a thing. What I want to do is get a scholarship in an university, so therefore, money will not be a problem.
Did you study arts? And where? What I want to do is learn everything I can from the internet (and classes). I am very self-taught, and I think I already have some good and vast knowledge. But here in Mexico, a degree is very important. Although the chance to get a job in the arts is most reflected in a portfolio, I think here, we emphasise more the title of a person. If I continue all my education online, alone, etc, what should I study? Or should I study some arts here in Mexico (where they are not as developed as in USA). And as I said before, in Mexico to have a degree is a must.
Thank you very much, and thank you for the invitation as well!