Artgaze Loves: Low-Commitment Projects

Published On May 28, 2012 | By Amy Bishop | Projects

We here at Artgaze love a good low-commitment project. Whether it’s fast and dirty, or small and refined, there’s nothing quite like sitting down with whatever materials you have on hand, spending just a little bit of time and ending up with a fun result that leaves you feeling like you’ve achieved something. They’re a great way to brighten your day and the days of others as well as share ideas.

Tae Kitakata and Brittany Powell have taken that idea and between the two of them are sharing Low-Commitment Projects in 2012, with first Brittany posting one Monday, and then Tae posting the next.

As they explain on their website:

Low-Commitment Projects provides us a chance to share concepts and schemes without a huge outlay of time, energy, or money.  These ventures are like the materialization of mental sketches; there’s minimal risk because they’re quick.

Check out their projects and read more about their reasoning at their website Low-Commitment Projects.

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About The Author

is a New Media Arts and Business graduate from James Cook University as well as a business development officer at Artgaze magazine. She is more often found in libraries, galleries, and coffee shops than her own home, dabbles as a facepainter, loves bad movies and turning regular parties into costume parties, and once moved to Germany for 6 months despite not speaking the language. She hopes to have many more adventures to ensure that any future ill-conceived memoir won't be completely boring.

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