Ah, the arts. What a pleasant subject to be talking about at this time. But is it not altogether sad at this point in time, how so few people appear to be less willing to engage with you in conversation or even in writing, in the arts. Perhaps you need to clean out your social media files and start anew, because little did you know that there are likeminded fellows and ladies out there. They too would love to have a conversation.
They would love to talk about the arts. There are those who have a keen sense for the visual arts. And there are those who might wish to do more with their interest in the visual arts. If there is time enough for them these days, they could begin by enrolling at any one of the visual arts colleges in North Carolina. It does not have to be a full-time degree program at this point in time. Baby steps if you please. It does not even have to be a diploma course.
It could just be a short certificate course to help you become accustomed, once more, to academic life. It could help you become more disciplined in the applications required for the practical work should you have an interest in completing actual products. It is a good time too for learning the literary arts. Like the visual arts, there is still very much a professional demand for the literary arts. Good and effective communications across the board aver never been as important as they are right now.
And did you know that one futurologist listed amongst professions in demand ten, twenty years from now would be that of the poet. Can you imagine that?Read More →