Here you go ... seven of last years online gigs plus two BRAND NEW ones available for your viewing pleasure.
These 50-60 minute #playbite gigs are a mix of play theory, play practice and play ideas presented in a very informal style as though they were face to face gigs.
They are available to watch anytime between now and 28 February 2023 and cost either $20 or $30* Australian per gig.
Thats the same as $13.60 USD $18.50 CAD £11.25 GBP €12.75 EURO.
So, here you go - choose one, many or all! and hit the links to go to the ticket pages.
More details on the content of each gig in the links.
$20 Loose Parts Theory part 1: The Ugly Side of Loose Parts
$20 Loose Parts Theory part 2: Children Need Caves
$30 Loose Parts Theory part 3: Loose Parts and the Dump
$30 Play Frames Plus: the ebb and flow of play
$20 How to Provide for: Moving Play
$20 How to provide for: Sitting Play
$20 It Starts with a Nursery Rhyme
$20 From Space Hero to Pop Star: what makes pretend play work
Marc Armitage is a consultant, researcher and writer in play, playing and playwork. He has been a profesional Playworker for more than thirty-years and freelance since 1989.
He regularly travels the world speaking to groups of professionals from a broad spectrum of work sectors in the children and young peoples workforce including playworkers, early educators, primary and secondary school teachers, out-of-school people, parks and playground designers, politicians, policy makers and many others.
He also spends a lot of time talking with children. With. That's the key word.
“Play is a thing by itself. The play-concept as such is of a higher order than is seriousness. For seriousness seeks to exclude play, whereas play can very well include seriousness.”
Johan Huizinga (1872-1945)
2022 Touring Schedule under the events tab
If you can think of others that you feel I should be following please let me know.