The last castoff was a couple years ago when I got a call from my friend who told me he had been told that a friend of his, who worked in an art gallery, had been laid off. The last castoff was me trying to explain how I felt when I learned that my friend’s gallery was closing. I couldn’t tell if he was upset that I didn’t know his name, or if he was just sad to hear what had happened.
The last castoff is a real-life horror story of sorts. A friend of mine told me about it and it was horrible. He said that his last paycheck was taken away after he didn’t get his final paycheck after a few months and he tried to explain to his boss (who was really into art) that his last paycheck had been taken away due to him not getting a paycheck.
It’s really sad that so many artists are getting pushed out of their studios and not being able to pay their bills. I have no idea what it’s going to take to get them back in the game though.
I believe it was a studio that was trying to be nice to him when he tried to explain to his boss. I think someone was trying to help him out and instead was making it more sad.
Artists are often those who take in a paycheck and then have their entire studio shut down. Their contracts are not in place so they can’t pay the bills so they have to cut their losses. I think the studios are looking to cut their losses as well, although they are doing it at the artists’ expense. Not only are they cutting artists’ paychecks, they’re taking away their studios and making their owners and employees redundant.
This is the big one, you see, because studios are closing. They are taking the artists business and turning it into a new business for themselves. They are not leaving artists to the government, as they did with the artists of the late 40s and 50s. Artists are also losing their jobs. The studios are closing because they are going broke. The studios are going broke because they never had anything to sell when they started.
The last studios to go out of business were the ones that didn’t have any artists at all. Artists have been asking for years to be paid, but the studios have refused to let them. Now they’re laying off artists because they have nowhere to turn. So let’s all take a moment and thank our studio owners for all they’ve given us. Thank them for the work that they have done, thank them for providing employment, and thank them for the money they have made for our work.
Artists have been asking for years to be paid, but the studios have refused to let them. Now theyre laying off artists because they have nowhere to turn. So lets all take a moment and thank our studio owners for all theyve given us. Thank them for the work that they have done, thank them for providing employment, and thank them for the money they have made for our work.
The people at Arkane have decided to lay off the people that have been working with us. I am so glad to see them finally pull the plug on the artists that they owe us. I mean, I’m sure they were in a lot of ways just a glorified “recruiting” service for Arkane. But, I am so glad to see them finally give us the money we need so we can keep working with them.
I know that we have been very generous to them in the past few years, but I don’t know if it is in our best interest to continue to do so.