Two years into a PhD in electrical engineering focusing on autonomous robotics. That takes much of my time, but I do read a bit of classic literature. I own this used encyclopedic set of great western literature because I hate reading electronic books; so I'm starting with ancient Greek poetry and philosophy and moving forward from there. I really enjoy math and science, so I can't wait to get into the likes of Galileo, Newton, and Huygens
You could say I "study" other art, such as paintings and music, though informally.
Anyway, once I have the PhD I intend to work in industry for a while, using the income to buy some nice rural land to live on and have a family free from the corruption of modern society. I'd like to reduce my ecological footprint by exploring renewable energy sources, not driving anymore, and not buying anything disposable that is not also recyclable (I'm close but not quite there yet). I have a desire to teach at the high school level once I have more life experience, any subject, anything to produce more critical thinkers in the world.
Self-sufficiency would certainly be a worthwhile pursuit, perhaps I find the will to break permanently free from a car, computers and the internet, too!