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Provisions to art class to only benefit high-income families?

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The pre-K to 12 class once instructed in a brick and mortar building, has moved to the internet in 'instruct on screen' and 'draw on paper' combination. Where art fanatics claim the process of art is using both mathematically correct, and spatial instruction met with creativity to form drawings, paintings, and sculpture from an individual perspective, it seems art is a craft. Is art by craft really taught by observing other artists in a virtual anonymity, or trusting in students' inherent skills which leads to failing over accuracy rather than direct inhibition of the artist.

The wonder of art instruction through technology and apps, has left many to pursue purchasing of software accredited instruction. Just like college cannot turn your student into a cosmonaut, neither can excessive art instruction give your child a boost in his or her art career. Evidently there is a 'good enough' factor and ultimately your child's talents may lie in another subject. Art is not an easy feat, just like getting a doctorate, your child's art degree takes practice. Creativity eventually wears off right?

So fueling your child's creative abilities can be fine tuned and ultimately lead to professional designs. If your child is given all the tools necessary he or she will find their niche in the world of art use and this expression found in working through feelings and disappointments, gives the artist a sense of accomplishment. So, really can you spare some change to get future involvement in art lessons instead of building a box and creating corners?

Your child may lack ambition or completion skills to finish a masterpiece. Be wary of the concentration of skills that your child has and foster the most dominant characteristics. Although you cannot change a child's DNA, you may expose them to a variety of things and interests.

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