An on-going project that supports creative liberation and challenges our conditioning to want to do things the “right way” rather than empowering ourselves to explore the different possibilities. The project is called 15 Days of Creativity Challenge. The only thing participants need is something to make art on like a piece of paper or cardboard, an open-mind, and a willingness to push past that uncomfortable place of uncertainty. Everyday for 15 days we will add to a marking or drawing with something we can find in our environment. That’s it. The challenge is to get as creative as possible and explore all the things we can use around us to create art.
We can use pens, pencils, markers, scissors, pastels, crayons, staplers, hole punches, tape, erasers, glitter, charcoal, plant chlorophyll , dirt, shoe prints, pastels, ripping sewing, folding, etc. The possibilities are endless.
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