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Ready to get creative?

#The100DayProject is a free, global art project that takes place online. Every year, thousands of people all around the world commit to 100 days of creating. Anyone can participate (yes, that means you!). ​


About the project

The idea is simple: choose a creative project, do it every single day for 100 days, and share your process on your social accounts using the hashtag #The100DayProject.


Want to join us for the 11th annual #The100DayProject? Save the date: the next round starts early 2024. Sign up for the newsletter to find out more.

How to participate

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Join the

Follow us on Instagram @dothe100dayproject. While you’re there, search the hashtag #The100DayProject to find and follow other folks participating so we can cheer each other on. And for those of you on Facebook, you can join our group here 🎨

Choose your project

Pick something you want to do every day for the 100 days of the project. You'll post each instance of 100 on your Instagram account with the hashtag #The100DayProject. What can you do? Anything at all! Paint, draw, dance, knit, doodle, sing, brush your teeth. More on what makes a good project in the FAQ section 👏

Get ready to start

Let your friends and followers on Instagram know that you're doing the project. Tag your announcement with #The100DayProject so that other people doing the project can find you, and add your own unique hashtag for your project so that all of your posts will sit nicely together. Include both hashtags on every post #

Organize your tools (that's whatever you need to do your project) and make space in your calendar. From the start date, do your project every day until Day 100. It's okay if you miss a day! Keep going. However many days it takes you to do your project is perfect 💯

"The structure of #The100DayProject helped me build confidence and consistency, and it was really lovely to be in community."


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