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Running Total Collective Artist Debt
Student Loans, credit cards
Paying for printing, framing, shipping, show expenses, materials and equipment (photo, computer, art) and travel to photograph backgrounds on credit...
Mostly through my college education and especially grad school
Art materials are usually expensive and purchasing these materials for my art work slowly pushed me into debt.
I barrow that from my friends.
I went into debt when I decided to pursue my MFA Painting Degree from the Rhode Island School of Design 2010-2012.
Graduate and undergrad loans
Undergraduate and Graduate education, exhibiting and performing without payment, paying for supplies, paying for studio space
I chose to get an MFA because I wanted to teach undergraduate classes. Over the course of two years, I gained some strong connections, lost a lot of...
School loans from undergraduate education.
I got into debt because of the hyperinflation of college education costs and the exorbitant interest rates associated with the loans to pay for it.
I bought a house that was inexpense but needed much renovation. I work part-time in order to make art so I had to take out a loan to make the house...
Getting my MFA at School of Visual Arts
Pratt Institute and taking the high risk / high reward road with my art career and credit cards. If I drop dead tomorrow, it seems worth the debt to...
My debt is entirely education tuition related- from by undergrad and then recent graduate degree. I worked the entire time I was in school, but I...
I have credit cards that I have needed to use as a way to supplement projects and residencies. I also took out school loans to cover the remained of...
I took federal student loans to help pay for my BFA and MFA. During hard times when I first started teaching and could not meet all of my living and...
I got into debt by the cost of living and materials.
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