Where are the jobs of the future?
The sciences? Technology? Industry?
All of these are possible.
So are jobs which deal with basic human needs – housing, food, and clothing.
Sports and entertainment have a promising future as well.
So. Where do arts and crafts fit in to the global job market?
The short answer is everywhere.
Indigenous crafts are the lifeblood of most developing societies, while Art (with a capital A) is the underpinning of every walk of life today.
Apart from the obvious “arts” activities such as drawing, painting, and sculpture, there are many avenues for the artist to pursue.
An artist is by definition a creative person, and creativity has a role in every walk of life from making marzipan to Mars exploration.
Developing your creative side through courses in life drawing, cartooning or general illustration may open the door to a career in many different fields.
We all like to surround ourselves with objects that please the senses.
So we fill our houses with flowers in attractive vases, we put paintings, prints and posters on our walls; we buy clothes which express our personalities.
Behind all of these is an artist who had a vision, and who took the trouble to study enough to be able to transform his visionary ideas into reality.
The more would-be artists study, the more courses they take, the closer they will come to making the world a better place.
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