Playing Out began as a creative intervention on a street in Bristol. We still work with artists and other creative practitioners to engage the public’s imagination about street play and related issues.
Children of a Bristol infant school were challenged to change the space outside their front door with a competition.
Click here to see their lovely art!
Room 13 Hareclive children from Hartcliffe, South Bristol, are calling for safer streets from speeding traffic so they can play out more. Doing research in their school, making their own film, hosting an event, marching – children are turning their concerns and ideas into action and change. Read more about their hard work.
Join in with activities and events as part of a month-long exhibition by Playing Out in Bristol’s Central Library. The launch event on Saturday 11th Oct will combine craft activities for children, the chance to bring food and share in an urban picnic and an opportunity to scoot, chalk or play in Deanery Road which will be closed to traffic for the day. Take a look.
Can small, personal, creative actions link to actual ‘place making’ where we live and bring about wider social change? A Playing Out participatory exhibition designed to explore just this. Read more here…
“What are your hopes and dreams for your own street? What would you most like to see when you open your front door to the world outside?” Read more here…