Solstice to Equinox: Out of the Darkness into the Light Project
We are re-launching this other community arts project in 2016! Many of you told us how inspiring the project theme was for you last year!
Important Dates: The Solstice project will start on the Winter Solstice (December 22nd, 2015) – and end on the Spring Equinox (March 20, 2016).
The Solstice Project invites you to study, document, journal, create, practice, explore, make, observe, or initiate something new each week. This is meant to be a weekly hands-on visual, written, or audio interpretation of whatever interests you during the 13 weeks between the Winter Solstice and the Spring Equinox. Whatever will help bring you out of the darkness….
Rules: there are none other than doing something hands-on with your project at least once a week.
Guidelines…if you want some structure or an assignment:
- Center your project on one theme – it can be a broad as you like.
- Commit to doing something hands-on at least once a week.
- Keep it fresh, let it go where it takes you.
- Flow is the key word here.
- Don’t get caught up in quality.
- Consider this a first draft in the creative process.
- Relax your standards and expectations.
- Find a buddy or start a group to share your experience with.
Start mulling over intriguing ideas now for your Solstice project. What would you enjoy creatively exploring between the Solstice and Spring Equinox?
When you come up with a solid idea, register your project below. It’s free and easy to do.
After you register your project – begin Week 1 which starts December 22, 2015, Then do something hands-on with your project weekly until the Spring Equinox on March 20th, 2016.
By registering your project, you’ll receive our newsletter along with an invitation to have your project work included in a virtual exhibit. You’ll also get tips for getting started and staying motivated, important updates along the way, and ideas we hope will inspire you!
Want to know more?
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We look forward to supporting the next stage of your creative journey!