r/PS5 - Hideo Kojima receives the Minister of Education Award for Fine Arts

r/ArtistLounge - Is it worth going to art school for contemporary art?

r/nfl - [Wilson] Deshaun Watson's increased 11 game suspension and $5 million fine in addition to contributions from NFL, Browns will establish a fund of $7 million to support nonprofit organizations to promote education, prevention of sexual misconduct, support survivors, related causes

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r/DigitalArt - I’m welcoming all thoughts on my surreal self-portrait “Massacuerade” and since I’ve not had formal Art training I’d especially like to hear any positive/negative constructive feedback other Artist may have. Thanks I’m advance!

[Expert Answer] 1. Artists are self-taught and did not have formal educationOriginality is not issue - Brainly.ph

r/DrawForMe - Hey there! I’m a self taught artist and want to share and sell my art. Leave me a message for an individual pet portrait to order or if you have any questions! Dogs, cats, horses whatever you like☺️ commissions for christmas are still open🎄

Do Artists Need an Academic Degree to be Successful? | Art Acacia Blog

r/YoutubeSelfPromotion - My channel promotes self-improvement by shifting your perspective on commonly discussed topics. My recent episode is about learning and how to continue doing it outside of formal education.

r/wikipedia - Johnnie Notions was a self-taught physician from Shetland, Scotland, who independently developed a smallpox inoculation despite having only an elementary education and no formal medical background. He treated approximately 3,000 Shetlanders, and is reputed not to have lost a single patient.

Formal Art Education vs. Self-Taught Practice - Agora Gallery - Advice Blog

r/istebrak - Um... Hi. I'm new here. I just wanted to show my work here. Just looking for advice and suggestion on my artwork. I'm not a professional and I'm a self-taught artist and I also have 15 years old haha (if you wanna know lol). Feel free to roast.