Like the Jewish community, the people of the arts community are very connected with one another but not because of ethnicity. Instead, they are connected by their passions in art.
Musicians go to coffeehouses or bars to let others listen to what they have written and composed. Many musicians are friends with other musicians in the community. They all share a common interest and thus have a link to help connect with one another.
Among the activities the people of the art communities attend are the art galleries and the shows and venues. The person we interviewed for this project actually worked at one of these venues called “Zebulon.” There are live shows held there every single day so there are many opportunities for those who want to listen to local artists play.
Unlike the Hasidic Jews, the art communities don’t have one ethnicity connecting them. Rather it is a common passion that bonds the community. Painters show off their works for others to see in local art galleries. Musicians go to coffeehouses or bars to let others listen to what they have written and composed. Many musicians are friends with other musicians in the community such as the one we interviewed. They all share a common passion and thus have a common link to help connect with each other.
Like the gentrified community, the arts community interact among all types of people. Like stated in the interview, the musician meets people on a work basis. The arts community is such that the people in it try to interact with the people who share similar interests. The arts community also have not interacted with the Jewish community. This is mostly due to the fact that the Hasidic Jews keep to themselves and live further away. When approaching the arts community, we discovered that they are eager to share their interests and their work.