The 24-hour Drawing Project is an event in which artists start and finish a work of art in a continuous 24-hour period. All artists work in the same venue and start at the same time. Artists work on their own projects - the materials, scale, purpose or content are not restricted. They do not have to “draw” in the traditional sense of the word. The only condition is that the artists must work for the full 24 hours (with reasonable breaks). It involves intensive effort and attention to process, action and time. The art-making does not necessarily result in an outcome that could be exhibited, so the labor of the artists is ultimately the exhibit.