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It might be struggling but if you find peace in it you must pursue it, don't forget to have a back up plan always. I'm a designer by the way if you have any question feel free to text me0
As long as you have a back up plan. Odds are in favor of it not being a financially wise decision. However, you're young. If you're going to sttempt this, now's the time. Best of luck.20
That's a big risk. I'm not saying not to do it, I'm just saying a backup plan would be good.10
What Girls & Guys Said
Make your art a hobby, get another profession. If your are successful with your hobby, you can increase your effort and reduce the amount of time you do the other job.10
I think it would be worth doing ! Follow your dreams ! (*•̀ᴗ•́*) و ̑̑10
My long time girlfriend was an art major. I really do not know how it ended up with her. She was really talented.10
It isn't if you have fun, and you find whatever you seek there10
You need to be a professional artist with a good portfolio to make a living. The degree won’t help you10
yes it's a waste of money like every other school in existence2
Art is waste of time0
Ehh, as a liberal arts major, what enables me to get non-art related jobs in times of crisis is that I have a 4 year bachelors degree. I would have to evaluate whatever school you’re going to.
But look at bureau of labor stats, research online. What jobs you would want and what they’re requirements are. Go for your dream but also plan for inevitable hardships.