I had a profession and career prospects before entering the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Therefore, what attracted me to studying here was something different, namely freedom, horizons, and the way of thinking. Now I know that philosophy helps you change your thinking habits, working in archives develops your will power and sense of humor, studying history provides you with insights into everyday life, and classical art stirs your interest in contemporary art. Otherwise, how could it be possible for someone like me, who has diligently studied political science and history of the revolution and has been keen on German classical philosophy and modern Marxism, to start doing art and doing it in practice, literally smearing paint on the canvas? I really got excited about the idea. This is real life with its meaning and substance. This is real work.