FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions about participating in the Community 100DayProject

When does the 2018 100DayProject start and end?
Day one starts on Sunday, January 21st, 2018 and ends 100 days later on April 30th, 2018.

When does the “Solstice” Project start and end?
Day one starts on the Winter Solstice, December 22nd, 2017 – and ends on the Spring Equinox, March 20, 2018.

I’m not an artist, can I still participate?
Participation is open to anyone! Children, elders, parents, lawyers, artists, teachers, managers, engineers, business people — anyone!

Do I need to make a piece every day?
You don’t have to complete a piece everyday. You need only to do hands-on work on your project everyday if you’re doing the Community 100DayProject. Be sure to track what you’re working on each day so you can see your progress. A journal works great for that, so does photographing your progress.

If you’re participating in the Solstice Project, do something hands on with your project each week during the 13 weeks.

How much time do I need to spend each day on my project?
That’s up to you! Even 10 minutes a day of hands-on counts.

I want to be successful with this.  Do you have any tips to share?
Yep!  Click on this link for Success Tips.

I want to participate, but I’m stumped about what to do?
Visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/The100dayproject for inspiration. Also check out the archived copies of the newsletter on this website to see Arters’ project ideas.

What’s an “Arter”?
If you’re doing one or both of the Community projects, you’re an Arter!

If I don’t finish the 100 days, can I still include my project in the Virtual Show?

Your project is eligible if you made it through at least Day 21. More information will be posted to our Facebook page and in future issues of our newsletter. You can subscribe to our newsletter below.

Why do this?
To grow a creative habit.
To exercise the right side of the brain – to expand your capacity for innovation, imagination, and problem solving.
To grow discipline and resilience by engaging in a regular practice of creativity for a period of 100 days.
To reinvigorate your creative life through exploration and permission to play for 100 days.
To discover the value of practice and how breakthroughs often happen by making a commitment and sticking to it.
To challenge a limiting belief about your creative nature.
To challenge a limiting belief about commitment.