If you want to be creative, and be a musician or whatever, you can leave your work, focus on your talent, your skill, your passion, your aspirations, because you will have healthcare. You don't have to be job locked.Seems to me a most unwise model and way of thinking.
I am very much in favor of promoting the arts and of fostering the return to truly noble music, poetry, painting, statuary, etc., but I am also in favor of people working for a living.
Many of the great works of art were made by truly skillful artists who found patrons - both ecclesial and secular - to commission them. These patrons provided for the cost of the materials, the labor and the needs of the artist (food, housing, etc.). This seems to me a better model than simply handing things out to people.
It was the Apostle himself who said to Timothy, "And whoever does not provide for relatives and especially family members has denied the faith and is worse than an unbeliever" (I Timothy 5:8). Saint Paul also wrote to the Church at Thessalonika, "In fact, when we were with you, we instructed you that if anyone was unwilling to work, neither should that one eat" (II Thessalonians 3:10).
Capello tip to the Creative Minority Report: