And I haven’t had the motivation to do any of my 101 challenges (see tab above for the list) in ages. Think you could do better? No, really, could you do better – I’m asking?
I thought I might turn my Project Day Zero Challenge around, and let my readers have a go. Basically I’ve picked out a handful of my unfulfilled 101 tasks and I challenge YOU to do one (or more) and record it for the purposes of assessment – resulting in a prize (or two)
The 10 Challenges:
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 souffle
26. Make some street Art (I am 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 MY blog (for the hardcore fans)
A 6/8 print posted to you, or handed to you if we are real-life friends (RLFs). You can pick any picture, as long as it fits a standard 6/8 format, from my 365 project, going back over the whole year.
What must you do?
Take a challenge or more than one (if anyone achieves all ten they become my favourite person for 2012) and record your completion of it in an entertaining way, if you have a blog or website then make an interesting blog post of it (put the link to it in the comments section below) if not you’ll have to email me your submission – photos and explanation and if you win in this manner I will publish the winning piece on my blog. I’m not sure about the time scale but I’m thinking of running it till a fornight tomorrow – Sunday 12th February. That’s tough!
The small print: Be an email subscriber to Manchester’s Artistic Son (if you email me or post on your blog please make sure it’s clear to me who you are), be as entertaining as you can be, but also properly satisfy one or more of the above challenges. Be artistic and imaginative, for instance if you just set off Chinese lanterns make sure you make the photos of the challenge beautiful, or alternatively do it from the top of the Empire States Building, for instance. Don’t get arrested doing any of these things, and if you do….yada yada I’m not to blame. The submission which made me laugh, smile, cry the most wins. I would like to see in your exif data (cameras digital info) that the photo has been taken during this period, but if the exif data isn’t present with the picture and you cannot show in the picture that it was done for this purpose then I rely on your honesty. Please do not send five year old pics of your mother’s souffle.
My email address is basically the word admin then the little at sign, then manchestersartisticson.com
Whoop! winner to be announced on the blog!