Why posh boys and girls run the Arts

Not long ago, my wife, a composer, asked me if I would ever advise a student from a low-income family to pursue a career in the arts.

What do you mean? Of course.”

Really?”

If that’s what they wanted to do, and they had talent.”

But they don’t have money.”

If a student were really passionate and talented, she’d figure out a way.” That’s always been something my parents told me. “Think about what you’d do if money were no object. And then work hard. You’ll find a way to make money.”

Your parents give you $28,000 a year. They paid for your tuition. They made it possible for you to do what you’d do if money were no object—because money was no object for you.”

For the full article go to https://www.ejroller.com/2018/10/25/my-parents-give-me-28000-a-year/

Chris

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