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Repaid: An Artist's Guide to Student Loans and Financial Self-Advocacy Paperback – December 1, 2015
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"Matthew Carlson and the AFSG have prepared a document for us which may be one of the most valuable nuts and bolts handbooks that I have read on how to be an artist."
-David Costabile, Broadway, TV & film actor (Breaking Bad, Lincoln)
"A practical and invaluable guide written by artists for artists. It should be on the required reading list of every training program."
-Richard Feldman, Associate Director, Juilliard Drama Division
"The AFSG has demystified the treacherous maze of student loans, showing not only artists, but all students, how to navigate the daunting transition from training to career."
-Janet Zarish, Head of Acting at NYU Graduate Acting
"As practicing artists themselves, AFSG's combination of empathetic concern and sound practical advice puts them at the forefront of the movement to save a whole generation of artists from mortgaging their artistic futures."
-Ron Van Lieu, Lloyd Richards Professor of Acting, Yale School of Drama
About the Author
Matthew Carlson is an accomplished stage actor, playwright, and screenwriter. He is also a co-founder of the Artists Financial Support Group (AFSG), a non-profit that seeks to educate artists about student loans and budgeting on an erratic income. Matthew received both his MFA and $100,000 in student loan debt from the prestigious NYU Graduate Acting program.
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