Not saying that that is an easier question to answer but I think I'd feel refreshed if a stranger asked me that rather than wondering how I get my laundry and gas money.
When you are involved in multiple aspects of the arts, it's impossible to put a name on which art you identify yourself with. If you're a wife, enterpreneur, yoga teacher and graduate student - how you spend your days depends upon which environment surrounds you at the moment. If you work 9-5 at a place in which you despise only to put your kids through college or have health insurance, the last conversation you'd like to get dragged into is one about your job.
If someone asked me Who are you? I would say, "I am a woman who likes to have fun, create, laugh and ponder upon things." To me, that reveals a lot more than saying, "I'm a janitor at a local high school," or "The CEO of a Fortune 500 company." Because really when someone tells me this, you know what I really want to say after they go on a tangent about how their company's numbers were up last year or how much poopoo and peepee they clean up on a daily basis and blah blah blah blah blah...