Dating artistic men six degrees of separation dating
I've never been a fan of looking for dates in a bar.
I think the better way to meet people are through friends, at friend's parties, at events that reflect your interest (Perhaps an art gallery event or arts festival?
If you're looking to meet new people, try new things. Don't go to every event looking for a date, go looking to have fun and if you meet someone there, that's great.
If you don't, at least you had a good day and did something new.
I think you'll find better results but no one ever listens to that advice, so set up your profile and then write back in to tell me if I'm right or if you found the woman of your dreams on plenty-o-fish. If you're having a good time with your friends and find someone cool to talk to, talk to them.You don't have to pretend to love it but you have to appreciate that she does.You also have to be willing to sit through a game and cheer on the team with her in the stands from time to time.Since you're in art school, I'd be willing to bet your university has some coffeehouse concerts or art openings posted on a bulletin board on campus; try checking those out, most of the girls I work with aren't huge fans of loud, crowded clubs and dubstep either, but we are fans of discovering local bands and artists.Another good idea for a date is to check out local theaters; they usually have huge discounts for students to plays or musical acts.