This is for you if you’re attracted to the craftsperson's journey and the rhythm of curiosity, practice and appreciation. Learning here owes more to patterns of presence, play and experimentation than to long-term goals or willpower.
This is for you if you have the desire to develop yourself for the benefit of others. Expression and mastery as an artist can be intrinsically motivated and serve primarily yourself, nothing wrong with that, but craft-work tends to lean more outwards – our crafted days recognise that we’re part of communities and serve others.
To varying degrees, you’ve been doing this for most of your life. Each new day can be left on default or you can begin gently to see where improvements can be made. Mastery comes with 10,000 hours (so it is said) but any 24 hours under conscious Day Crafting counts (that’s just over a year away if you start now). And you will have accumulated valuable accredited prior learning.
The future depends on what you do today.
Reserve Your Place