Individuals — It's easy. Just select one or more pieces from the 60x365 archive and use it to make a new work. If you're having trouble knowing where to start listening, begin with the piece posted on your birthdays. After that, the archive allows you to browse by date, by title, and by category.

After making your selection, use it as the starting place for a new piece. How you use it, and what you make is up to you. There is no wrong way to proceed. Experimentation is encouraged.

Once you've finished your piece, digitize it and upload it to a hosting site—like Flickr or Youtube—and send me a link. Be sure to include your name, the title of your piece, the music you used, and your website (if applicable). If you do not have access to a hosting site, don't let that stop you from participating. I'm happy to place your work online using one of my accounts. Contact me and we can work out the details.

Groups 60x365 Re-Imaginings also welcomes participation from groups: school classes, artist collectives, galleries, etc. In these cases the particulars of the music is chosen and what kinds of pieces are made will depend upon the group. For these projects I am available to consult (either in person or long-distance) and/or attend public showings of the finished pieces. Like the individual projects, I will be hosting group projects on this website too.

If your group is interested in working with 60x365 please contact me.



David Morneau

Dedham High School videos 2010
Kristin Hapke's thisisthis
Matthew Dotson's 60 Morneaus
Whitney High School Videos
Kristin Hapke's Twine
Boris Willis's Dance-A-Day


60x365 Expansions

Box Shy
Boop Boop Beep