MARQUETTE — The 100 Day Project is a community endeavor to help prioritize some creative time in your day.
The project calls for you to pick a creative hobby and to dedicate some time, at least five minutes a day, to it everyday for the next 100 days.
Organizers say that this project is a process that has many possibilities for those who participate.
Co–Organizer Ann Russ says, “We’ve seen the impact that 100 Day Projects have had for ourselves, we’ve seen the results that 100 Day Projects have had for others, and the more we see that kind of thing the more convinced we are that there’s something great about what the process can offer people.”
The type of project you could pursue is limited only to your imagination. It could be something you haven’t done in a while or something new.
Co–Organizer Cathy Benda says, “We are seeing all kinds of different projects that people are interested in pursuing. Some are in the visual arts, some are performance arts, some people are journaling, a lot of people are exploring a medium, or some kind of artistic pursuit, and it’s just an opportunity for folks to really explore some creative aspect that they’ve been intrigued with.”