Now Comes The Hard Part
So I got into CalArts. But it remains to be seen if I'll be able to raise the money to go.
[insert sob story here]
Check out the bar on the right if you want to help. I would really appreciate it. I just finished my copy of Walt Disney: An American Original, and I stumbled upon this quote from Walt Disney:
The trouble with universities is that they restrict students from learning about a lot of things. The young people have to get so many credits toward their degree, and they don't have a chance to delve into other subjects. That won't be true at CalArts. Students will be able to take anything - art, drama, music, dance, writing. They'll graduate with a degree of Bachelor of Fine Arts, and if they want a Bachelor of Arts they can go to another colleges and get a few more credits...The student body of CalArts shouldn't be over two thousand, and as many as possible should reside on campus. There should be some allowance for those who are talented. yet are not students; they should be able to express themselves without worrying about grades. There will be a lot of scholarships at CalArts. We don't want any dilettantes at CalArts. We want people with talent. That will be the one factor in getting in to CalArts: talent.
Times have sure changed.