For many years, I thought of the dozens of creative activities that I simultaneously engaged in as just things that I did. Some of them were aesthetically creative, some were more political, but required organizational creativity or creative engagement with other people. Some things were just purely for the sheer whimsy of it. I didn’t call it art. As I understand it, there are people in the world for whom there is no separate word for “art.” They would simply refer to the creative activities — music, weaving, pottery, performance — that are part of their lives as “living.” That, is how I understand Social Practice.