Giocosamente Online

Friday

Play, Move, Dance: The story of your body. 17.00 cet (4 pm UK)


STEPHAN MARCHANT

“During this creative workshop, doing and experiencing are key. In this session you will go on a personal research together with others, using your body as a guiding tool. Through playful movement assignments you will discover how your body moves and which story it brings to life. The easy-to-do creative assignments enable you to experience more energy, joy & flow in your body. This energizing session allows you to (re)connect with your body’s wisdom, playfulness & aliveness and to connect with others in your authentic way.

 

In this workshop, your body is the instrument to make connection with yourself and others. It’s all about your personal experience and your inner dance process. This session is about making contact with your authenticity and your own creativity, not about performing the perfect dance. Dancing, moving, playing and experimenting gives you insight into your own unique way of expression and offers you the opportunity to express your inner story.

During the workshop there will also be time for reflection, exchange of experience and dialogue. 

 

This workshop is for everyone, from 18 years to … You don’t have to be flexible or have any dance experience, just a lot of desire to move. Dive into the experience! Come and discover your playfulness through your body: move a little, shake a little and laugh a lot.

 

 

Playing the Parts 19.00 cet (6 pm UK)

ROBBIE FOULSTON

A brief toe-dip into the waters of the Fool – exploring how to express all our inner characters playfully!

 

“The character of the Fool can lightly step between all those different emotions we humans feel, as easily as taking a mask on & off. Robbie offers few games and exercises to explore our own inner “”masks””, and feel relieved that it’s not only us that’s got a whole cast in there…

 

This workshop will draw on Jungian theory about Archetypes, or different “”parts”” of the psyche, and the ancient and revived form of “”Fooling”” – playing all the different parts – as taught by Franki Anderson.

 

We will have a little warm up, try embodying different characters, and then look at some exercises and activities you can take away to get to know your inner cast a little better.

 

We may look at some of the most universal and regular members of the cast, including: the Inner Critic, the Inner Child, the Polite People Pleaser and the Wild One.”
https://us04web.zoom.us/j/74322585020?pwd=WUI3MWEzUjNxSzFPL29OZk8zRVRmQT09
Meeting ID: 743 2258 5020
Password: 8tdKNA

 

Play-Break 20.00 cet (7 pm UK)

Annemarie Steen
A short hosted play-break session on Zoom.

Annemarie hosts a play-break. a short 30 min session online, where you experience different types of online playfulness, based on the 6 categories of play, as mentioned in the book “Play” by Dr. Stuart Brown. Social, Movement, Narrative, Imaginative, Object and Creative Play.

 


G.I.G.G.L.E. Conference: Panel of Experts
21.00 cet (8 pm UK)
Kathryn Wilkins and Beatrice Perri

The Global Imagination Gathering of Grandious L. Experts promises to be full of hilarious conversations on various (literally) unbelievable topics.

Expert panelists have spent a lifetime and a half studying the most bizarre subjects, and are now here to share their far-fetched findings! Be prepared to jump in and add your intriguing insights to the delightfully ridiculous conversations.
CONGRATULATIONS! Your unique qualifications (as a human) have earned you a spot as an expert panelist for this year’s GIGGLE conference. Grab your glasses and most “serious” looking tie to join your hosts Bea Raspberry Perri & Kathryn Watermelon Wilkins for what promises to be wild discussions on the most unbelievable topics ever imagined.
https://us04web.zoom.us/j/79188325094?pwd=Y3FHM25PRkNEangxK28zSVZDTDZFQT09

Meeting ID: 791 8832 5094
Password: play

 

Saturday

Play Sessions Italiano

ENGLISH SESSIONS BELOW

Gibberish and Nonsense 11.00 cet
Lucia Berdini

Il Gibberish è il linguaggio della filosofia del Nonsense e, se parlato anche solo per qualche minuto, ci aiuta ad attingere a un enorme potenziale nascosto. Il gibberish è una forma di meditazione dinamica che “privilegiando il corpo e tagliando fuori la nostra parte razionale” è in grado di agire sulla creatività, lo stato emotivo, l’autostima, l’assertività.

Ci insegna a gestire gli imprevisti, a giocare con gli “scherzi” della vita e a prendere il timone nelle (a volte) agitate acque dell’esistenza. Senza farsi troppe domande sul passato, sul futuro e sui perché e senza l’incubo del giudizio (proprio ed altrui) ma stando ben piantati nel presente, sapendo che nel Gibberish tutto è possibile.

E’ il linguaggio o strumento di comunicazione più antico al mondo, che accomuna tutti i bambini… è la lingua più universale che esista ma a differenza delle altre, nel Gibberish non si pensa né si giudica, non si conferisce alle parole alcuna interpretazione.

Il Gibberish ha a che fare con la cosiddetta “saggezza del corpo” laddove i modi di comunicare attraverso altri linguaggi sono correlati alla “sapienza mentale” o “intelligenza psichica”. Nel Gibberish, ed è l’unica regola, “vale tutto”. E per quanto possa suonare come un vero discorso (in altre lingue magari sconosciute all’ascoltatore), in realtà non veicola alcun significato.

Giocheremo con i bambini dentro di noi,

Improvviseremo,

Useremo la voce,

Ci guarderemo negli occhi

Esprimeremo le nostre emozioni

Rideremo

Durante un workshop di Gibberish il super-io adulto si destruttura molto in fretta. Come? Mandando in tilt l’emisfero razionale del cervello e attivando le risorse creative innate di ognuno.

https://zmurl.com/gibberish

Giochi di Autenticità – relazioni in gioco  15.00

Michele Pierangeli
Scopriamo nuove parti di noi e mettiamoci in gioco, insieme.

“Riesci ad esprimere il te più autentico? La versione di te più congruente con quello che pensi, sei e fai? Ti capita di sentirti diverso dagli altri ?

In questa sessione proporremo alcune pratiche di gioco per esplorare questo tema. Partiremo da noi stessi entrando più in contatto gli altri, con le sfide condivise che viviamo e con parti che magari a volte non ci permettiamo di osservare ed esprimere in modo creativo. Noi proporremo i giochi, voi co-creerete i contenuti.

Ci alleneremo ad entrare in relazione, con sostenibilità e autenticità, mostrandoci per quanto desideriamo, ascoltando attivamente, aprendoci a storie ed emozioni.

https://zmurl.com/giocosamenteautentico

Scarabocchio Creativo  19.00

Stefano Passarella

Immaginazione è creare. Workshop di scarabocchio della realtà, ovvero come immaginare la nostra vita di domani attraverso l’immagine disegnata. Non è necessario disegnare bene. La ricerca è verso il niente, l’imperfezione voluta che ci aiuta a tornare bambini. Tratto liberamente dal Disegno Brutto “Disegnare richiede coraggio”

Il gioco dei bambini parte dall’immaginare. Immaginazione è creare. Workshop di scarabocchio della realtà, ovvero come immaginare la nostra vita di domani attraverso l’immagine disegnata. Non è necessario disegnare bene. La ricerca è verso il niente, l’imperfezione voluta che ci aiuta a tornare bambini. “Disegnare richiede coraggio”


https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81731750831
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Saturday

Mindful Play 11.00 cet (10 am UK)
Holly Stoppit
Exploring how meditation and play can be a conduit to self-awareness.

“Mindful Play fans the flames of joy, laughter and connection, whilst rooting participants in grounded awareness. 

Holly will lead you through a short meditation, with the aim of helping you turn your attention inwards to connect with how you are right now. From here, we’ll move seamlessly into a guided physical play session, exploring the possibility of authentic play. The invitation is to play within the bounds of your energetic, physical and emotional limitations, adapting all the exercises to suit you.

At the end of the play session, Holly will guide you through a short reflection, to help you articulate your own pearls of wisdom to take away from the session.

Unfortunately Holly can’t make it so we will do a collaborative playful warmup this morning!
https://us04web.zoom.us/j/73326232058?pwd=Um4yVHZaUzhBQXkyYmNaU1lwQTBQQT09
Meeting ID: 733 2623 2058

Password: 0S4aGy

 

Learning how to Silly Walk  13.00 cet (12 pm UK)

Anthony Trahair

Silliness and letting ourselves be seen is a very direct way into playfulness.
https://us04web.zoom.us/j/75104133532?pwd=Tmg1NmdZbXJ5RnpUYVhUbUcvanlJZz09

Meeting ID: 751 0413 3532
Password: 9uR8mY


Embodied Stories of Play 
14.00 cet (1 pm UK)
Bart Durand

Embodied stories on-line Play is an online storytelling workshop. That will invite you to share stories with our playful body, through moving, talking and stillness by yourself and the other.

“This online workshop is a series of invitations that take us on a playful journey, sometimes on your own sometimes with a partner or all together, as performer and as witness or both at the same time. Discover by sharing and witnessing the stories that are in us. This time we will focus on stories about “Playing and Distance”. 

It is all about celebrating the playfulness and creativity that is in you and me. 

The workshop is based on the practices of InterPlay, Improvisation Theater, Social Presencing Theater, Clowning and my experience as an on-and off-line facilitator of play. It will focus on the good and the joy. It is suitable for everyone with the willingness to play, a laptop(or similar device) and a reasonable Internet connection.  Both for the experienced and the non-experienced, from age 18 and up. You can’t fail with this workshop as long as you take care of yourself, the other and the space we share.
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87416118688?pwd=ZmlSYkQzbHFwSXBWMCtZU1A1OHo3Zz09
Meeting ID: 874 1611 8688
Password: 374848

Isolation-Busting Play 17.00 cet (4 pm UK)

Ivan Prett
Games to bring us together when we’re apart.

Join Ivan Brett, bestselling author of ‘The Floor is Lava’ for a bunch of games that are easy to learn, fun to master and perfect for combating isolation.

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/72895231256?pwd=SUpPa0JsT0RudU5EdkptS1JRNm1sZz09

Meeting ID: 728 9523 1256

Password: 2nPWCf

Games for Creativity 18.00 cet (5 pm UK)

Bruce Honig

Play games that will challenge and expand your creativity

Learn ways to exercise your creativeness while having fun. We will play a large variety of games that will involve collaborative and competitive play, including In the Manner of the Adverb, What if, What the Heck is It!

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81648686090?pwd=SnlzNVpsV2ZhVDVreWZMWk1WM0hvZz09

 

What is your Play Practice? 19.00 cet (6 pm UK)

Ant Moys

I am trying to figure out what my play practice is. One thing I know for

sure is… there is no ‘one way to play’! What is your play practice? Do you have one? Come and playfully investigate and share experiences of ‘the material of the internet’ through different ways of playing see how these experiences could possibly feed into your daily play practice.  As the online space has become more a part of our daily practice, this session will play with the ‘material’ of the internet, playfully investigating and working WITH the limitations and frustrations of this online space.
https://us04web.zoom.us/j/7059052336?pwd=aldralhIbFRjaktKS3NWZW1ocW5HZz09

Meeting ID: 705 905 2336
Password: 401207

The Deadly Serious Disco 21.00 cet (8 pm UK)
Your Deadly Serious Playful Facilitators: Anthea Moys and Roberto Pombo

Do you dare join us for a deadly serious disco dance?! Theatre maker Roberto Pombo and

artist Anthea Moys are both deadly serious about disco and dancing and we can’t wait to

share this time with you! If you want you can don on a mask – any kind of mask! – or not,

but do dress up in something DEADLY PLAYFUL and delicious and join us for a session of very

little words and lots of improvising, copycat moving, shaking, zoomflocking, jumping, vibing,

gliding, jiving, stretching and laughing!
https://us04web.zoom.us/j/79701354449?pwd=YnlWVXNjMzN3SG9tUkJHZXB4M0Ridz09 Meeting ID: 797 0135 4449 Password: 2LwpTg

Sunday

Play workout 10.00 cet (9 am UK)

Jessica Penrose and Melanie Taylor
Fast-paced games for the Zoom generation.

“Non-competitive play is a great way for adults to reduce stress and boost confidence. It can also open up new horizons – when we allow ourselves to connect through play, we unlock creativity, generate ideas and see the familiar with fresh eyes. In this Play Workout, there are no personal bests, no dumb bells and definitely no lycra.  Games are short and snappy with a high risk of laughter and have been tried and tested on Zoom. We’ll be standing up, sitting down, being loud, being quiet, using our bodies, using our instincts, even rediscovering talents we’d forgotten we had.

Say ‘yes’ and follow the fun!

A string, a ring, a thing 12.00 cet (11 am UK)

Benjamin Lee Martin and Andrew Amondson

Please bring a string, a ring & a thing to play with. An Interactive zoom playformance By Playful Nature
https://zoom.us/j/9237018313

Touching the world: Tactility in Play Design 14.00 cet (1 pm UK)

Mathias Poulsen
This play session is about exploring tactility and touch – at a distance.

“There is often a great deal of touch involved in playing, both in a literal and metaphorical sense. We touch the world around us and we touch each other. Play is a touching affair.
The same can be said for design – and play design specifically. When we design for play, we use our hands and bodies as much as our heads.
What happens, then, when touch is suddenly not allowed? When it could lead to someone dying? How do we play and how do we design for play under these conditions?
In this play session, we’ll experiment with the notion of tactility at a distance, exploring our local surroundings, touching everything  and sharing the experience.
https://dskd-dk.zoom.us/j/65127149123?pwd=UVRrSmpDU3MvK2Npc2lmN3MyOXBTZz09
Meeting ID: 651 2714 9123
Password: 841255

We’re all going on a summer holiday 15.00 cet (2 pm UK)

Natasha Blok
Jesters! Join our jolly jaunt and japery with jelly (you bring the ice cream)!

“We may not be able to bask together in the Italian sun, but we can have a jolly good go at it! 

Join us with your bucket and spade for a sprint around the coast looking for treasure and digging up jewels to create precious memories with.”

Think postcards, sticky ice lollies and totally letting your hair down! Using an array of games with actions, storytelling and plenty of connection, just bring your hat and suncream!

Children welcome as the experts on what makes a great holiday!

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84398393784?pwd=QUtobU5NWnF6K1JXbXIxZlRlQ3FIUT09
Meeting ID: 843 9839 3784
Password: 447198

Playfulness as an active meditation 16.00 cet (3 pm UK)
Saras Feijoo
Practical exercises to activate the fun energy within you.

In this workshop, you will receive practical tools, exercises and actions to bring your inner fun energy to your daily activities and the way you run your work life.

I will be sharing a few exercises that people can do daily to have more fun.

Grounding Exercise and Funny walk.