Ease! Connection! Body Wisdom!

InterPlay Free Samples Online

Join InterPlay national staff for these free events.
Masankho Banda, Agnotti Cowie, Carolyn Renée, and Cynthia Winton-Henry

Online, ONLINE

May 9–25, 2020 • Various Times (see separate listings)

InterPlay is an active, creative way to unlock the wisdom of the body.

Four leaders from the national staff will be offering InterPlay Free Samples Online in May.

Come learn some of the valuable ideas and practices that InterPlay has to offer you. Each class will cover a few of the Core Elements of InterPlay and each will be a bit different. If you take all four you will get a broad range of the practices InterPlay has to offer. Expect to have fun, connect with others, and have a chance to explore some of your personal experience in new ways. InterPlay is easy to learn, incremental, and affirming. Find more ease, more joy, more creativity in your life!

InterPlay welcomes people of all shapes, sizes, and abilities.

In turbulent times, it is important to be in touch with our unique body wisdom and to be connected in community. Now more than ever, we are looking for ways to honor all of our experiences—our joy, grief, nervousness, boredom, excitement, or whatever is going on for you.

Come for a taste of the basics. Bring a friend to share this amazing practice. All are welcome at any of these events.

Free Samples:

Saturday, May 9Carolyn Renée, Liaison to Black, Indigenous & People of Color • 4 pm PT, 5 pm MT, 6 pm CT, 7 pm ET
Friday, May 15Agnotti Cowie, Millennial Liaison • 3 pm PT, 4 pm MT, 5 pm CT, 6 pm ET
Tuesday, May 19Cynthia Winton-Henry, InterPlay Co-Founder • 11 am PT, Noon MT, 1 pm CT, 2 pm ET
Monday, May 25Masankho Banda, Liaison to International Leaders • 11 am PT, 2 PM ET, 8 pm in Malawi (where Masankho lives)

For a Zoom link, email office@interplay.org.

Cost: FREE!

Registration/Information: Email office@interplay.org for information and Zoom link



Online, ONLINE
This will be an online event which could originate from anywhere in the world and would be open to anyone around the world.
Masankho Banda

Masankho is a multi - disciplinary Performing Artist, Certified InterPlay Leader, Educator and PeaceBuilder. He brings many unique perspectives to his work around the world. He learned the fine arts of storytelling and dance from his Malawian culture spending many long days and nights listening to stories and dancing to music that captivated his mind, shaped his being, nourished his soul and strengthened his spirit. Using performing arts Masankho motivates and inspires people of all ages to work together to bring about peace, social justice and cultural understanding. In 1997, he started UCanDanc—African Healing Arts to bring his passion for dance and storytelling to communities around the world. Masankho has been a Certified InterPlay Leader since 1999.

Masankho can also be reached at these phone numbers: +265 99 255 5338 or 88 113 8655 (available on Whatsapp / FaceTime)

Also: Skype : kamsisi
Facebook / Twitter: storytelling4u

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.
Carolyn Renée
Carolyn Renée is a teaching and performing artist, InterPlay Leader, organizer and administrator. She serves humanity as an organizer, teaching artist and InterPlay Leader. Since 2006 she has been a teaching artist with Synchronicity Theatre’s “Playmaking For Girls” (PFG) program that empowers incarcerated girls, refugees, and young women in foster care through play-writing, storytelling, and theater performances. Carolyn Renée has written two plays, one of which she received funding from Atlanta Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs. In InterPlay, an organization that is committed to using the art of InterPlay; an art-based system to tap into the wisdom of the body and promote well-being, she has produced community showcases, taught homeless men and women, and organized racial equity and transformation workshops. She serves as a Co-Liaison Leader to InterPlay Leaders and People of Color. In May 2017, Carolyn Renée served as the lead organizer for the national InterPlay organization’s first ever People of Color Retreat. She solidified her art and activist roots in her former roles as Arts Program Director with the Mississippi Arts Commission, and Executive Director of Alternate ROOTS, a nonprofit art and social change organization for artists-activists. For a decade her work with Alternate ROOTS, and the Mississippi Arts Commission afforded her the opportunity to work closely with social change artists, art producers and presenters; the nonprofit arts community, and a myriad of arts organizations throughout the southeast United States and the District of Columbia. Serving in an organizing role she helped create undoing racism workshops, mini-festivals, learning exchanges, retreats, showcases and conferences. In September 2018, she served as advisor to the Atlanta venue of the 50,000 Lions of Justice Festival in support of youth performers for more than 50,000 youth audience participants in nine states throughout the USA. Carolyn Renée believes the work of community organizing is like riding a bicycle, or swimming—once you know how you just never forget how to create superb opportunities for connection. She uses "Carolyn Renée" as her full name.
Cynthia Winton-Henry
Cynthia Winton-Henry, co-founder of InterPlay with Phil Porter, has researched "what the body wants" in the arts, in jails, shelters, slums, hospitals, churches, businesses, classrooms, doctoral programs in theology and the arts, and in multicultural education. She develops somatic curriculums to address racism, leadership for the Earth, and spiritual intelligence with an eye to supporting millennials. A featured speaker on the Body Intelligence Summit and a keynoter at conferences, Cynthia is the author of What the Body Wants, Having It All: Body, Mind, Heart & Spirit Together Again at Last; Dance - A Sacred Art: Discovering the Joy of Movement as Spiritual Practice; and Chasing the Dance of Life: A Faith Journey. Currently writing on Body Wisdom and Social Justice and on "Ensoulment," she coaches leaders seeking spiritual intelligence for our time at cynthiawinton-henry.com.

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