Lamantin Posted May 13, 2013 Share Posted May 13, 2013 I'm wondering what others think about taking fun or hobby courses while in grad school. I realize that most of my energies will go to my intended field of study (art history), but I've always had varied interests that, in my opinion, are most easily pursued through actual courses. I was a studio art major and art history major in undergrad, and I'd like to continue painting and making pottery. I want to keep myself sane and, frankly, I really enjoy making art. the problem is finding the materials, community, and alloted time can be difficult if you're not an active professional. Does anyone know if taking one class, even auditing a class, is frowned upon? am I going to be so bogged down that this won't be realistic? I assume that if one can make time for a hobby outside school, one could just as easily do it with a hobby inside school. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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