In theory I should complete a challenge every 10 days, which puts me four challenges ahead of schedule. That’s not bad seeing as I didn’t complete any for two months in the middle.
(OK, so I progressed some of the longer challenges during that time, I just didn’t complete any).
ManchestersArtisticSon has his own Project Day Zero List but he’s in a slump. In an attempt to motivate himself to complete his tasks he has posted a competition to let readers have a go at some of his challenges.
The 10 challenges are:
- 3. Have an art exhibition. (Even if it’s just in your own home).
- 9. Make and encouraging / motivational banner and anonymously put it up.
- 23. Interview someone and write a story / poem about their life / experiences.
- 25. Cook a soufflé.
- 26. Make some Street Art. (We’re not encouraging you to break the law!)
- 54. Go on a demonstration / protest and if there isn’t one make one.
- 66. Set off Chinese Lanterns.
- 70. List a hundred things that make you happy.
- 74. Complete a colouring book.
- 95. Have a T-shirt printed which advertises HIS blog (ManchestersArtisticSon)
Readers who undertake the challenge should record them in an interesting way then blog about it, adding a link in the comments on his blog. Alternatively you can email the entries to him at admin @ Manchestersartisticson.
The submission which makes him laugh / smile / cry the most will win. (Be sure to read the small print!)
We have until Sunday 12th February to have a go.
None of these challenges are on my own list so I plan to attempt a couple at least, just to change the pace.
I’ve already bought a colouring book and some felt tips… Do you think it would be cheating if I completed the book then put the coloured pages on display? Hmmm, it probably is… although it didn’t mention that particular scenario in the small print. 😉
- A 6/8 print of the picture of your choice from his 365 project at http://365project.org/chewyteeth/365
- And “Nobody belongs here more than you” by Miranda July, which is a great collection of short stories.
Go on, have a go! It’ll be fun!
All comments are welcome 🙂