7 things to do when you give an artist

Many of us loved to be a rich and famous artist, especially when celebrists are constantly in the spotlight and apparently live their dream. This is especially true for musicians and actors, but also for many artists and authors. My experience is in the world of music, but it's not because I create it because I'm a girl of a DJ

Being a producer or a DJ isn't the only job to make cool signals and play a lot of shows? You will be assembled by the recording company and you want the manager to book them at the festivals before you know it, right? That's not right. The rise to fame and glory is seldom so easy, and it is true of any artist. Of course, you can eventually restore the benefits of their success if they actually do it in their field, but at your end there will be a lot of work to help them get there! Here are a few things that you should always have in view when you meet an artist

1. Let Them Do Their Thing

ating an artist sounds glamorous, but mud like in any relationship, you must be able to handle both highs and lows. The difference is that when the artist is in a creative video, you usually have to leave them alone when they are inspired. They may seem unproductive when they focus on their work more than you do, but they're trying to make ideas in their heads alive and don't want to get distracted. Nothing personal

We always provide additional support if they upset that they did not achieve what they wanted. You can, for example, offer them a plate with a favorite beverage with a favorite drink and hope for the best-there's a good chance they're not touching it, because they are so busy trying to improve their project, but they show that you were there and took care of them

3. Take part in the work

To respect their special character (as in reality). Know and accept that their work will always be the first one-their passion and, perhaps, that they want to spend the rest of their lives. If you take it seriously and take them up, they'll appreciate it more than you can imagine

4. (Kind of) Their Manager

It is known that the artifacts will work themselves. A lot. If you focus on anything but your art, try to be organized, patient, and even a little creative

5. Transfer plans to advance

When the time comes and the free time together, I plan ahead. It's a good idea to make sure you have free time for each other to avoid conflicting plans. It is expected that the meeting at the last moment will be risky-your partner can be engaged in the project and cannot (or do not want) to dry in any place

6. Be Their Promoter

If they have already begun to promote themselves through social networks, you may be able to help them manage many accounts. When they're busy with their specialties, it's your time to cover up and take part in social media. Proving your partner, when they can't do it on their own, can, at the end of the day, help them bring this to the attention. On this note, you can mark my boyfriend (which is shown below!) And his music

7. You must be happy

Never forget that the most beautiful part about the artist is to make sure that they are successful after they beat their asses for hours, days, weeks, and even months at the end. When your producer friend gets her signature, or your designer boyfriend's hiring for a giant project, the joy and pride that you see in their eyes is something else. You watch your dreams come true. Do not forget to celebrate them and their achievements and to help them get much more money to get money, recognition and happiness

* Views expressed in respect of the author, and not necessarily for the "Student life" or their partners

Jayme Bach is a full student of criminal and social justice at the Okanagan College. She gets the pleasure of reading, writing, body, graffiti and music (in particular, electronic music). Nothing her soul is more than nature, tea, DIY projects, and be with her loved one, especially her mechanic cannons