How many artists does it take to change a light bulb?
---Ten. One to change it, and nine to reassure him about how good it looks.
How many surrealists does it take to change a light blub?
so I'm sure everyone has heard about how difficult being an artist is after graduating. You're not around your peers anymore, there are no teachers to come by with their insight and no critiques to go to for constructive criticism. All of a sudden you're on your own. Seeing how well this blog has been going, I've made a new team blog that acts like an online studio. I'd like this blog to be a way to stay connected with each other long after we all graduate. Like our teachers stress, it's important as artists to stay in touch for networking and support. We've created a small supportive art community here at CSUEB and I hope that we will all continue to be apart of it after graduation and beyond.
The blog is 510studiovisit.blogspot.com
If you want to be a contributor to this blog, comment with your email address and I will send you an invite to be an author.
Ways to use this blog:
-upload pics of your sketches or studies for feedback
-show works in progress/completed works for feedback
-promote any shows you are in
-to talk about any conflicts with your art making or use as therapy because you know we all need it [senior "seminar" is actually code for senior "therapy" ;)]
For those who already have their own blog--feel free to forward blogs to 510 studio visit that you want everyone else to see.