A TASK party can be held in order to break the ice, explore new materials, or help to get creative juices flowing.
This year at the North Carolina Museum of Art, the Teen Art Council's kickoff party was a TASK Party! Here is how to plan one of your own. This event was created by Oliver Herring, the author of TASK. More information can be found at http://oliverherringtask.wordpress.com.
Step 1: Find Your Space
Step 2: Gather Materials
...and anything else you can find!
And also be sure to provide party snacks, like chips and sodas or maybe a pizza.
Step 3: Create Tasks
--"Tell someone, 'Way to go, Einstein!' real sarcastically like a jerk".
--"Make five valentines. Give them to people you've never met".
--"Pantomime milking a cow for three people".
More examples would be:
--Make two crowns out of anything. Wear one, and give one to a stranger
--Using whatever materials you can find, create a mask that will give the wearer special powers
--Using whatever materials you can find, create an imaginative gravestone with your epitaph on it
Put the tasks in a bucket to have people pick from. After fulfilling the task, write a new one, pick a new one, and continue.