In celebration of InterPlay's 30th Anniversary

30-Day InterPlay Challenge

Do something InterPlay-ish each day from Nov 1–30 and post the results online!
Agnotti Cowie and Annie-Rose London

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Nov 1–30, 2019

We're celebrating InterPlay's 30th year with a 30-day InterPlay challenge! Do something InterPlay-ish each day between Nov 1–30 (or as many days as you can) and then post on social media #30daysofinterplay (more hashtags below.)

If you want to receive the daily prompts email Agnotti to get on her list.

More about InterPlay’s 30th Anniversary.

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Join us at your own capacity. You can use the prompts or not. You can post on social media or not. The most important part is bringing InterPlay into your daily life to increase playfulness, ease and taking a break from your everyday activities! You are also welcome to incorporate other art forms, if that's your thing. For example visual art, poetry, photography, music, etc.


For the whole month of November (November 1st - November 30th)! Join us on social media posting interplayful videos and/or photos each day. Or you can send them to


This delicious InterPlay Challenge is co-created by a group of Art & Social Change Millennial InterPlay alumni. Annie-Rose London is the amazing lead behind this challenge. Check out their videos on instagram or check out mine @agnotti

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For those on social media, join the many InterPlayers posting their daily artful practice. Use the hashtags #30daysofinterplay #interplayful #30yearsofInterplay #30thanniversary #30daychallenge #interplay on Facebook or Instagram to join in or check it out!

New to InterPlay? Here are some things to know:

• We assume that play, trying things out, and "easy" focus (as opposed to sharp focus) are valid and helpful ways to access body wisdom. This is contradictory to the dominant paradigm's insistence on getting things right, being perfect, or only presenting finished products wrapped neatly with a bow.

• Your body wisdom, aka literally what your body knows, is the ultimate authority. So if anything feels uncomfortable or doesn't work for you, don't do it! If you want to alter a prompt to better suit what your body needs, do it! There is no "right" way to do InterPlay. Often explanations for prompts are a little vague. This is on purpose because it really is up to your interpretation!

• Joy is good! Fun is good! Silliness is good!

• We all exist at an intersection of identities and privileges, both as targets and non-targets of larger systems of oppression. One body doing an action can have a very different impact than a differently raced, gendered, abled, etc. body. We are playing in a space that is honest about our individual bodies and the systemic identities they hold. With that, we aim for respect and authenticity and welcome the opportunity to deepen into these intersections.

Cost: FREE!

Registration/Information: Agnotti Cowie at



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This will be an online event which could originate from anywhere in the world and would be open to anyone around the world.
Agnotti Cowie
Agnotti Cowie attended the first ever “Art & Social Change: InterPlay for Millennial Leaders” in 2010. Since, she joined InterPlay’s national board as well as becoming a certified InterPlay leader. For the past two years, she returned to Oakland as a facilitator of the Art and Social Change training. Agnotti facilitates workshops worldwide employing a variety of pedagogical techniques such as InterPlay, Theatre of the Oppressed, and Devising. Currently she is based in Chicago where she does workshops in schools, organizations and with social movements. Recently, she has taken her work around the globe teaching workshops in Vietnam, India, and Germany.
Annie-Rose London
Annie-Rose London is a social artist who seeks to create raucous experiences of joy and pleasure to counteract systems of oppressive mind control. She draws together the fields of ecological design, community arts, and social justice through facilitation and performance. Her earnest irreverence is inherited from a lineage of Jewish and Queer healers. She has called herself a performance artist, a clown, a ritualist, an educator, an activist – today she calls herself happy to meet you. She has served as the executive director of Berrett-Koehler Foundation and currently facilitates leadership development and creative practice in partnership with InterPlay, The Arts and Social Change Jam, and Earth Activist Training Social Permaculture Trainings.

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