Which Generation Do You Think Your Art Appeals To: GI, Silent, Boomers, Generati

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    SonQuioey10posted 5 years ago

    Which Generation Do You Think Your Art Appeals To: GI, Silent, Boomers, Generation X, or Millennials

    Which generation do you think you are most popular to? I mean in what you provide her in HubPages in art or sports or literature, whatever you provide, which generation do you think you are most popular to.

    Could it be the G.I's/Greatest, the Silent, the Boomers, Generation X, or the Millenials? Pick one, any one.

  2. Phenomenalapse profile image76
    Phenomenalapseposted 5 years ago

    As far as sublets of culture are concerned I try not to aim to much at one group, generation, caste, or any of that because we are all human at the end of the day, and art is inherently human, at least as far as we know. Also a very very large majority of my 'artistic' work takes place outside of Hubpages so I don't only refer to my writing here. Ultimately, however, I feel that my artwork be it glass, painting, writing, music, sculpture, or dance are most intertwined with the generation I grew up in, and as a result speak the loudest to those individuals; the Millennial generation.

  3. RachaelLefler profile image94
    RachaelLeflerposted 5 years ago

    Well, I focus on anime and my little pony, which is definitely more popular with milennials. I think my writing is geared toward millenials because they are more tech savvy and more likely to read blog content than old media like magazines and newspapers. They're also more open (in America at least) to more culture and diversity than older generations. But mostly, it's because I am a millenial myself and relate to them the strongest. I wouldn't know how to appeal to another generation well. It would involve too much self-censorship.

    1. nArchuleta profile image90
      nArchuletaposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      I don't know if I agree with the "self-censorship." IMO Gen X will talk about anything, Gen Y will DO anything -- but the topic's the same. Millenials to my mind refer to those 13 and younger.

  4. cygnetbrown profile image86
    cygnetbrownposted 5 years ago

    From my experience, I would have to say that my "art" appeals to Boomers and maybe the silent generation.

  5. nArchuleta profile image90
    nArchuletaposted 5 years ago

    Well, I'm Gen X, so I imagine my writing appeals to that generation. Gen Y to a point. I must admit I've never heard of "G.I" or "the Silent."


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