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Q and A with Christina Moliterno

March 27, 2014
By ISAIAH BRITTON - Sun-Gazette Correspondent , Williamsport Sun-Gazette

The narrative of the "starving artist" is defined principally by the trade-off facing creative individuals with regard to career choice: Either get a steady 9-to-5 job and become financially secure, or practice the arts exclusively and be offered mostly non-financial rewards for labor. Or, in strictly economic terms, in order for one to not starve, it is necessary to supply one's labor only in such a way that it perfectly aligns with the market's demands.

 
 

 

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