October 2018: Editorial | Art |

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October 2018: Editorial | Art |

Taken by Sascha Düser

Taken by Sascha Düser

Taken by Sascha Düser

Taken by Sascha Düser

Rachel Liu, Entertainment Editor, Co-Editor in Chief

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Art is often something that, as many people may know, is viewed as lesser than some other interests. Unfortunately, if you tell your parents that you want to be an artist as a career, they will often try to convince you that being an artist will end up with you being a “starving artist.”

 

Art is not just looked down upon by parents. Cuts in school funding have caused the arts to become less available to many kids. Despite this view of art, many still love and cherish all the beautiful forms that art comes in.

 

Artists almost always seem to find a way to connect with others like them, whether on social media or just at a cafe. It builds a sense of respect and community among people that may not share any similarities other than their love for art. Art comes in so many different styles and medias that it allows a diverse and huge amount of people to enjoy it.

 

The arts have always been near and dear to many people’s hearts. Don’t be afraid to try it out just because you feel like you may not be good enough! Art is open to any and everyone!

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