ONWARD! 

Create an artwork inspired by 2-9 words from one of the Feb Art Dare charts below!

People who did last month’s Art Dare can develop their finished chart into a final piece-OR-you can start from scratch.

People who didn’t do the last Art Dare can jump right in with 2-9 words-OR-you can download/print out the charts to sketch out your ideas! Get inspiration by looking at last month’s Art Dares, just scroll down to see the gallery.
(Click on the colored boxes w/ text to download a PDF of each chart.)

REQUIREMENTS
Your 2-9 words must all come from the same chart.  (no mixing words between charts)
All 2D & 3D art media are accepted!

build, fireplace, trunk, push, bite, pillow, rest, closet, seethe
boil, tired, double, thrown, dough, chair, jacket, close, bridge
snap, bread, multiply, book, resist, lace, remedy, snitch, trophy
divide, sneaker, pulp, recovery, pulse, burn, soft, switch, fuzz
restore, cabinet, squeeze, pinch, dry, mush, grass, touch, juice
satisfying, toothpaste, date, kick, glue, atmosphere, delicious, crooked, meat
destruction, problem, crisp, milk, compress, universe, explore, drizzle, brush
defiance, stress, rescue, memory, dust, ball, tender, bizarre, exquisite
experiment, drool, fly, capture, silly, lust, splash, comfortable, kill
shade, ambidextrous, crunch, temptation, hat, pop, search, cocoon, transparent

Hyeji Kim, Ross Hines, Corinna Loeckenhoff, Suzanne Hughes, Merlin S.K.

TO SUBMIT
Post your artwork on Instagram, tag us @art.prof  w/ #artprofdare.
Or, post on our Facebook page.  Use #artprofwip and our staff may stop by and give you feedback!

 We feature your submissions on our Instagram and Facebook page too!
Submissions close Fri., March 31 @ 11:59pm EST

ARTIST PRIZES
We award prizes in categories based on the submissions we receive. In the past, prizes we’ve given have included “Tremendous Improvement,” “Innovative Brainstorming,” and Honorable Mentions. To be eligible for a prize, your artwork must be created specifically for this Art Dare, and follow all guidelines.

Prize winners receive: a 10 min. audio critique on 3-5 artworks from Prof Lieu!

Honorable mentions will win an Art Prof sticker set.

ART TEACHER’S PRIZE
Art Teachers: assign this Art Dare to one of your classes!

One class will win a large Art Prof sticker for each student, and a class video critique from Prof Lieu. In the class video critique, each student will receive a 1 minute critique on an artwork of their choice. Limit of 25 students. Grades 8 and up are eligible.

Submission Guidelines for Art Teachers
If you have an Instagram for your classroom, post your students’ responses there. Encourage your students to post on their own accounts as well! For each submission, tag us @art.prof w/ #artprofdare. Or, you can create a folder in Google Drive or Dropbox and share it with us.

To ask us a question or to comment, register for free!

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5 responses on "2017 March"

  1. Profile photo of Alexander Rowe

    I really love the pieces that form a narrative – but I’m a sucker for story, so that’s my bias here! But I do think it’s really eye-opening to the creative process to see how many different artist respond even to the same word. It’s a great reminder to me that you as an artist have something to say…even if it’s been said before, it hasn’t been said in your voice!

  2. Profile photo of Deepti Menon

    Wow!! I can’t wait to see how ideas are developed by the Feb Art Dare participants, and the new ideas created by those just getting started! The possibilities are so endless and exciting!

  3. Profile photo of Annie Irwin

    There are so many fun angles to take this Art Dare to.This is such a wonderful way to think outside of the box. Sometimes I like to think of the words within these charts as tools, or parts of a sentence, by mixing the words around, you can come up with so many unique ideas to draw from when creating the dare. Cannot wait to see what people come up with!!

  4. Profile photo of Casey Roonan

    Can’t wait to see these! Everyone’s chart responses were so fun and clever; I’d love to see how some of these artists push their concepts further in a more developed piece.

  5. Profile photo of Clara Lieu

    We were absolutely thrilled by the innovative responses to the February Art Dare!! People took so many different approaches to their visual interpretations, we thought it would be fun to see how people could develop their ideas further into finished pieces. Lots of flexibility too, you can keep going, start over, or jump in if you didn’t do last month’s Art Dare. We are really looking forward to seeing what happens this month!

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