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Play Retreat, with Anthea & Roberto

PLAY RETREAT

Adventures in Awareness and Creativity,

with Anthea Moys and Roberto Pombo

 


 

Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.
Pablo Picasso

 

The creation of something new is not accomplished by the intellect but by the play instinct.
Carl Jung


PLAY! That's what this retreat is all about! We will learn all about play through the act of doing it; through playing!

Play is often considered a ‘waste of time’, a frivolous, useless activity reserved only for children. We are told to ‘Grow up! Get a job! And get serious about life.’ Increasingly, however, play is seen to be crucial, not just for children but for adults too - with special benefits for adults in the work place. And it’s never too late to play! Playing facilitates learning and individual growth. Playing is very much a part of any creative process. Play assists this process by flexing our imagination muscles: when we play we ‘pretend’, we ‘make believe’, which in turn expands our possibilities. In this way play creates fertile ground for new collaborations, new connections and new ideas to germinate.

Play often has a strong connection to humour and therefore, it is a fantastic generative, binding material that connects us as human beings. This retreat aims to create a safe space for us to play where we can be a bit silly, find our playful self and learn how to incorporate play into our daily lives more readily.

WHAT TO EXPECT:

  • Learning about play: a short inspirational introductory talk about our personal relationship to play. Different elements of play that we will be exploring together: make believe and pretend play, day dreaming, risky play, ritualIised play, competitive game-play and more.
  • Mostly non-competitive games that are designed to challenge you to think less, laugh, learn and play more. Games that engage you in developing your quick responsive skills in creatively adapting to ever-changing situations through play.
  • Process driven play, surrendering to the process – creating and judging are two different, separate activities. The focus here will be on quantity and not quality.
  • Embodied and mindful practice.
  • Dressing up, hide and go seek, treasure hunts, zombie games, broken telephone, squash sardines, cat 'n mouse and more!
  • Singing games and a silent disco!
  • Automatic drawing and writing, playing with chance and the sub/unconscious when making. Many artists over the years have created numerous games that, when played, inspire chance ‘accidents’ in the process of making. We will be playing some of these games.
  • Adventuring and wandering into the wilderness of the Groot Marico as an explorer, investigator, quiet and gentle observer and responding creatively and curiously to what is there.

Please book  here: https://goo.gl/forms/LGPPgRQ8tp2C5fmt1

 379 Anthea Moys is an artist, a teacher and a playful creativity consultant. In her capacity as all of these identities Anthea engages people in situations that ask them to break and remake the rules and find new ways to work and play together. In 2008 she completed her Masters in Fine Arts (cum laude) at the University of Witwatersrand with a focus on structured play and performance in public space. More recently she completed a course in Art Therapy and Social Activism. 

Over the last ten years she has travelled widely in her capacity as an artist and workshop facilitator to Zambia, Berlin, Australia, Sweden, London, Italy, Switzerland and France. In 2011 Anthea was selected as one of Mail & Guardians Top 200 Young South Africans. In 2013 she won the Standard Bank Young Artist Award for Performance Art (inaugural) where she created her “Vs.” series, which embraced failure and reimagined winning as the act of learning itself. In May 2015 she participated in the Johannesburg Pavilion residency at the 56th Venice Biennale. In 2016, Anthea co-initiated and produced the Hey Hillbrow let’s dlala! public art parade and was a workshop facilitator for My Alex – Youth Perceptions of Place.

Anthea lives, learns, works and plays in Johannesburg, South Africa.

www.antheamoys.com

380 Roberto Pombo is a Johannesburg based theatre maker, educator and physical theatre performer. He graduated with an Honours degree in DramaticArts from WITS University in 2008 and went on to complete a three year intensive training at the acclaimed Helikos International School of Theatre Creation in Italy. Since 2008, he has toured South Africa, Europe and Australia with his work. Some of his credits include his award winning piece Father, Father! Father, directed by Toni Morkel; Robin Orlin’s Dressed to Kill, Kill to Dress; Jerome Bel's Shirtology as well as participating in the Johannesburg Pavilion residency at the 56th Venice Biennale. He also recently created the experimental choir “Re-Choir” with artist Anthea Moys. He currently resides in Johannesburg where he works as an actor, lecturer at WITS University and theatre maker.



Retreat Costs

Two nights accommodation, meals, snacks, bedding etc. per person
Single shared bathroom R2610
Twin/double en suite R2460
Twin/double shared bathroom R2260
Dormitory R2060
Camping R1910


Please deduct R60 from your payment if you do not wish to contribute towards the Tikologo Environmental Levy.

A R600 deposit (non-refundable, but transferable to another TRC retreat) will secure your place. TRC is committed to being accessible to all, so please enquire after bursary places, if you do not feel you can afford the full retreat cost. You can offer your skills and work in lieu of full payment. Bursary cost R1000.

Please book  here: https://goo.gl/forms/LGPPgRQ8tp2C5fmt1