What's next is based upon variables that we as artists define and carve for ourselves. Some of us have moved to LA, one is currently traveling overseas, another out in the East Coast, and a couple of us remain local. Being launched into the professional world and settling a career within the art-world is merely a step for our kind. The journey continues and it certainly doesn't stop here.
For being in transition of relocating and displacement, finding gainful employment and/or residencies, I am learning to come to terms with the jolting freedom we've thrown ourselves back into after having immersed ourselves in the bubble of art school academia. An MFA isn't so much about gloating the degree that we earned. It's more of a matter of what we do with our MFA. Whether we're out as future faculty, freelancers, arts administrators, curators, practitioners, or even a survivalist taking a hiatus from the art-world and eating instant ramen to make ends meet, we are made... but in the long run, what counts is that we are making and are continuing to do so.