Tuesday, February 11, 2014

FIRST SECOND SATURDAY: Atlanta InterPlay invites the community to play once a month

FIRST SECOND SATURDAY. Atlanta InterPlay is offering a regular way to play using simple forms. Everyone is welcome to attend these monthly play dates. If you can't come one month, please come the next. Contact Jennifer Denning for more information. (photo by Ruth Schowalter)
On Saturday, February 8, 2014, a group of 12 people from the Atlanta area met with Jennifer Denning at The Mask Center in the Little Five Points Community Center for 90 minutes of InterPlay.

InterPlay is open to anyone. Participants need no special training. Those who want a new and light way of being in a community with others might want to try InterPlay. 

SIMPLE SHAPES. Here InterPlay participants are making simple shapes, holding them for a while before moving on to a new shape that they want to make. (photos by Ruth Schowalter)
InterPlay, an art form that anyone can do, has been gaining momentum in Atlanta for the past six years. Participants are invited into movement, song, story, stillness and connection through easy incremental steps. InterPlay honors and celebrates the unique expression of each individual in an affirmative and welcoming environment.
MOVING WITH A PARTNER. Participants were invited to move with a partner, to stay close or move a part but to stay connected in some way. Fun! (photo by Tony Martin)
 As Atlanta InterPlay meets regularly throughout 2014, we hope to see you there! Friend Atlanta InterPlay on Facebook (HERE) as a way to stay connected between play dates.

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