By ZanIt has been an amazing year for me at Pop-Up Adventure Play. Not only have I managed to travel to two new countries with this little charity, but I have also started embedding play into my own community. I’ve been in the field for over 10 years now but...
By Morgan9 weeks.10,000 miles.18 stops.The Pop-Up Adventure Play team has met and played with literally thousands of people, from coast to coast, in big cities and small towns, on mountains and in prairies, in parks and schools and lecture halls, with new friends and...
By MorganWe stopped at Laurier Heights Out of School Care to meet with our host Sherri, who led us out from the parking lot and into the field behind the school. Loose parts were stacked out there already, waiting.“I can bring out more,” she said but we assured her...
By MorganIn 2013, Erin Davis arrived at The Land with a film crew. Suzanna drove over for a visit, and put Erin and I on the phone to say hello. We didn’t get long to talk though, as Erin had to go suddenly as the children were “launching the...
By ZanIt has been over 6 weeks since we finished our Pop-Up Adventure Play and Special Guests 2014 Tour, and I have been very careful not to constantly talk about the adventure. I really can’t help it though, because the scale of our adventure, and the things we...
By MorganPlayworkers make a point of going where invited. With children this usually means waiting to be asked to join in play, rather than blundering over with our own ideas. This tour is one extension of that idea.We’d had emails of interest from...
By ZanWe’re very excited and privileged to be working with Marc Armitage on his first US tour. It is a great partnership for the following reasons:1) Marc is a great playworker, he’s been in the field for over 30 years both as a front line worker and...
By MorganAnother Pop-Up Play Shop flowered recently, in Paignton, Devon. Play Torbay had invited us down to be a part of Children’s Week – an annual celebration of and for children, that has been going for 60 years!Most of Children’s Week happens...
by SuzannaI’d like to share a few lovely videos that we’ve made from Pop-Up Adventure Play moments. These moments capture the essence of what we do, in many different ways.1) An Introduction to Many MomentsThis is a video which introduces Pop-Up Adventure...
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