Alternate worlds: in which art is valued

Jane completes her education and decides she wants to be an artist. She practices her craft, while working part time, until she’s managed to create something good enough to present to the artists collective, as her petition for entry. They see it’s value and her potential, and accept her.

From then on her food and shelter are paid for, and she is free to spend all her time creating her art, which the rest of the world can enjoy free of charge, as it is paid for by their tax dollars. Sometimes she is commissioned by a company to create some art for commercial use, she makes extra money this way, but a certain percentage of her yearly output must be for the public that supports her.

She is free to do what she is passionate about and share her ideas and joy with the world, and the world is happy to have her ideas and art in it, for them to enjoy.



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