Art & Social Change welcomes the whole of you!

InterPlay's Art and Social Change Program July 2023 - Oakland CA

Now Welcoming Drop-Ins!
Agnotti Cowie, Soyinka Rahim, and Tere Zorich

Oakland, CA

Monday, July 3 - Friday, July 14
2-week of drop-ins

InterPlay's Art & Social Change program takes place at InterPlayce, the heart of InterPlay in Oakland, CA. Art & Social Change is a space for intergenerational wisdom sharing It is a chance to gift yourself with 2 weeks of playing with joy, grief, resilience, stillness, silliness, creativity, and the well of wisdom that resides within you at this moment. Gather with us as we reemerge for spacious connection, racial justice & equity, community healing, and collective transformation. Art & Social Change welcomes the whole of you.


Monday through Friday July 3-14
Culminating Celebration on Thursday July 13th at 7 pm

What is InterPlay?
InterPlay is a practice that invites us to play with our birthright practices of movement, song, voice, storytelling, dance, and stillness to connect more deeply with our inner body wisdom and to build connection through community. InterPlay as a social movement is dedicated to ease, incrementality and human sustainability - noticing what feels good in the body and seeking to create more moments based on this knowledge.

Art & Social Change offers a chance to:
• Share and reflect on our experiences as people passionate about the intersection of art and social change
• Plug into a community that cares deeply about the world, the earth, each other, and is a true reflection of what equity means
• Explore the transformative power of play through entirely new and ancient ways of knowing, honoring ourselves and our ancestors along the way
• Tune into our innate artistic gifts, nurture our capacities, and explore what supports us most along our journey of community and social justice

COVID Policy
We are requiring masks during all indoor events

Cost: All Classes are Free-Will Donations

Registration/Information: Contact Agnotti for questions



2273 Telegraph Avenue (at 23rd St.)
Oakland, CA 94612
InterPlayce is the center of the InterPlay universe. The offices for Body Wisdom, Inc. are also located here. The building is at the corner of 23rd and Telegraph, one block north of West Grand. It is just a few blocks from the 19th Street Downtown Oakland BART station, and on several convenient bus lines. On-street parking is always available at night and metered during the day. It is also easily accessible by several of the major freeways. Click here for a map.
Agnotti Cowie
Agnotti Cowie (they/them) 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. Agnotti facilitates workshops worldwide employing a variety of pedagogical techniques such as InterPlay, Theatre of the Oppressed, Devising, puppetry and clown. Currently they are based in Chicago where they lead workshops in schools, organizations and with social movements including as Co-Artistic Director of Opera-Matic, bringing participatory arts to public spaces. Recently, they have taken their work around the globe teaching InterPlay workshops in India, Germany, Australia, and Chile.
Soyinka Rahim
Soyinka Rahim (GSP) is a grassroots spiritual practitioner who is the founder and artistic director of BIBOLOVE.US which stands for "breathe in breathe out love." She was also the founder of OurThing Performing arts company, where she created the modern-day folk dance play An Altar Piece to Alter Peace, a multimedia, intergenerational performance piece for peace. Her work BIBOLOVE taps into the power of sound, movement and visual art, raising the love vibration of peace, love, joy, happiness, health, grace, and ease. BIBOLOVE supports our personal and collective life challenges by feeding the love frequencies for generational, cultural, racial, body, and economic unity.  Soyinka has brought her wisdom as a spiritual director, conference weaver and workshop leader to InterPlay Certified Life practice, Facing Race, National Association for Independent Schools for Teachers of Color,   Boys and Girls Clubs, Spiritual Directors International Conference, and the Parliament of World Religions.
Tere Zorich
Tere Zorich (she/they) is a mixed white/indigenous lesbian of Bolivian & Slavic descent. She is a multidimensional artist & performer whose work operates at the intersection of art & social-emotional learning. They came to InterPlay by way of Latin partner dance and have a deep love for group hive creation through movement, storytelling, ideation, and play. Outside of dance, they love to learn, love to gab, love to act both in the character performance sense as well as the acting out sense, and teach music.

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