It’s been a long time coming.
That is, since the Army’s most recent budget cut in 2019.
But now, that the Army has finally started to make some money again, some of its artists are getting more attention than ever.
That’s because the Pentagon has been shutting down the military and its artists in a bid to save money.
Now, artists can apply for a new budget to keep their work in the art world.
Some artists are asking for $50,000.
This is not the first time the Pentagon is cutting the art community’s budget.
In the last budget, the Department of Defense announced a $40 million cut to the Department’s Bureau of Fine Arts, which oversees the military’s art department.
But artists were left to scramble to get their work out the door.
In 2019, they applied for a budget for the Army Painter Program, a fund meant to support artists who are working on military projects.
The agency was told that the program’s budget was being reduced because the budget was not going to be funded.
So the agency was forced to cut the program funding by about $1.2 million, according to a report from The Washington Post.
The program has not had a budget since it was established in 2003.
Now artists are wondering what the future holds.
“We have to wait and see,” said one artist who requested anonymity to speak about his project.
“If this cuts off the program, it will make us very vulnerable.”
The artist who asked not to be identified said he is hoping that the budget cuts will help make up for the lost revenue.
“What happens when it’s gone?” he asked.
“The artists who have the most work that is in the pipeline are going to have the biggest impact.”
Another artist, who asked to remain anonymous, said that he has been told that he can expect to make between $100,000 and $200,000 from his work.
That means that he could make $100 to $200 per painting.
It’s not as if artists aren’t already making a decent living.
In 2016, the Bureau of the Fine Arts was forced into bankruptcy after losing nearly $100 million in its finances.
And in 2017, it was announced that the Bureau had shut down after failing to make $1 billion in revenue in a single year.
That resulted in artists getting a $1 million severance package.
And now, with the shutdown, it’s hard to see how the artists will ever make money from their work.
“You’ve got artists who haven’t got jobs and have to rely on the art and the craft that they were making for the past 15 years to survive,” said the artist who was asked not for his name.
“They’ve been left to deal with a situation where they can’t do anything but deal with the fact that they’re working on a government project.”