As we embark on the official launch of One Kid and their Dog (at Bath Fringe Festival) I’ve been reflecting on where the game started, the journey it’s been on and the place it’s now at.Read More
#oneplaything is a positive movement that encourages engagement with space through playful interventions. Anyone can make #oneplaything interventions, all you need is a stick of chalk...Read More
Collaboration is the flavour of this post. The Mufti team has grown, I reflect on a low period and how reaching out, volunteering at CounterPlay Festival cemented my love for all things play.Read More
I’ve just come back from a ‘Global Shift Run’ set by Al from Aimless Motion. Aimless Motion is a running collective “using interpretive running and situations to explore individual and shared communities of thought”Read More
I have been working with Bristol Old Vic to devise outreach workshops engaging groups with the theatre’s history. The work is part of a Heritage Lottery Funded programme. We have started by prototyping workshops with family centres that are within walking distance and today we ran a session with St Paul’s Family Centre. The workshop was aimed at pre school (under 4) and their parents.Read More
I ran the playscape workshop again recently, with our adopted families group. The sessions are always drop in and participants will come and go. The activities are designed for children and adults to do together whether that is parents and children, or prospective adopters who are volunteering at the sessions.Read More
I wanted to add a follow up about the play consultation on housing in Hengrove Park.
It was very evident in speaking to the children at Perry Court that the architecture of the urban planning could have significant effects on their access to the playpark and their experience of accessing and using the park.Read More