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HOWTO: Interview an Artist [US]:
It must be fun to play all the time. When do you actually work?
Ouch! This question is universally loathed. Artists understand very well that they're not coal miners, schoolteachers, or insurance adjusters. But they work very hard, and consider their work to be work, not play.

And the corollary: What do you do for a living?
The goal of almost all artists is to make their art pay for itself, though many have to supplement their income in other ways. But making art is what they do for a living ...
[via Utne]
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