Pop-Up’s Morgan writes about our financial assistance program at the Playworker Development Course and why – despite our lack of core funding – we are determined to offer it as an option.
It’s a brand new year, and we’re making brand new, very achievable, play-focused plans. Check out what they are here.
Pop-Ups Morgan writes about our 2020 and how even in the madness we have been doing everything we can to play.
The Adult Play Course as now one of our permanent offerings. Find out why we think it’s so important for us adults to play, too.
We are so pleased to be part of this thoughtfully put together online conference, and hope that you will be part of it too.
“Between the thoughtful mentoring and the first-hand experiences of hosting pop-up adventure playgrounds, I have come to fully appreciate and trust in the process, and the children themselves.” – Reflections from PDC graduate and independent organiser Divya from India.
“The war lasted for twelve years and during that time, many things changed. Things like the freedom to go outside and play with your friends.” – Reflections from playworker and PDC graduate Maritza from El Salvador
“Is this Cardboardland?” – Reflections from independent organiser and guest writer Divya from India.
Are you thinking of hosting a pop-up adventure playground during the coronavirus pandemic? Check out this dedicated blogpost and resource before you set off on your adventure!
Introducing the Playwork Collective – a new gathering of founding senior playworkers from our favorite adventure playgrounds in the USA.