We’re inching up on September, which means it’s time to release details for the September Art Challenge. This month brings us a brand new set of art prompts to inspire creativity in your family or classroom this month. With summer ending and school beginning, this time of year is a season of relaxation and business. In that spirit, the September art prompts reflect the ying/yang of this experience.
How to use the Art Challenge prompts
- Print out the prompts
- Gather sketchbooks or paper
- Gather art-making materials: markers, paint, collage papers, glue, etc.
- Give yourself a few minutes each day for this challenge. Try the morning after breakfast, after school, after dinner, before bed, etc.
- Interpret the daily prompt. Use your imagination, be free, don’t hold back, and have fun.
September Art Challenge
TinkerSketch is a daily sketchbook practice that invites you to experiment and play with ideas and materials in a low-stress, fun, and mind-stretching way.
You’ll start each day with a new prompt and it’s up to you to interpret it however you like. For example, if the prompt is “tiny”, you could draw an object with tiny marks, make a small pattern, or paint a picture of small things like snails, sand, or chihuahuas. The possibilities are endless.
For more details on how the TinkerSketch Art Challenge works, click here to read for a full list of recommended resources and ideas on how to get started with this challenge.
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