- People say there's no money in drawing
- A young artist proved them wrong
- She will now have her first art exhibit
A young artist wished to inspire others by sharing her own struggles, and how she got to be where she is now.
Hannah Jill Bato wrote KAMI and recounted how she faced a lot of ridicule in her life.
She loved drawing and was discouraged by many people, telling her that there's no future in what she's doing.
Undeniably, there were times when she wanted to give up on her dream.
She was already thinking of entirely forgetting her passion in life and to pursue a different path.
However, her passion for the arts called on her.
To be able to sustain her studies and at the same time continue what she's doing, she took odd jobs.
She even worked as a crew for Jollibee for one semester, to be able to pay for her tuition.
This month, she will be having her own art exhibit too.
After years of hard work, and efficient time management, she's set to graduate from STI Novaliches with a degree in Bachelor of Arts in Communication.
Indeed, she is an inspiration to all young artists out there.
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