Had such a great time working with the JES youth-counseling organisation in Belgium. We started with a short theoretical part about the foundations of Play and creating the safe-space of play we call the Magic Circle. We then actually escaped the conference room we we’re in (trough the window)
to take to the field. Great to share some of my favourite games with people that are able to apply them in a social context.
Here’s a soundbite from my lecture at ‘Duurzaam Kempen’ Geel, Belgium
The event was about sustainable transition community’s and re-envisioning the use of public space; that’s where I came in…
snippet of my talk at the KSAT YOUTH REBELLION exhibition at Post Office, Rotterdam
Rainbow Zebra game, teams colour their part of the zebracrossing until a car comes along. That’s when they run to the next zebracrossing. First team to complete their colour on all crossings, wins.
The Playful Revolution goes to Geel, Belgium.
Cultural Centre ‘De Werft’ has curated this inspiring afternoon with an information market, workshops and theatre. The speakers will elaborate on the themes of sustainability and transition, in their own way. How can playfulness and game design contribute to a better society? come find out! Free entry
more info: www.duurzamekempen.be