Explore play as a creative process which can connect us with each other, ourselves and new ideas, as well as promote equality.

Drawing on his extensive experience of facilitating child-led play in learning and gallery settings, Albert will introduce you to methods, materials and objects that can support non-hierarchical, non-gendered play environments in the classroom and beyond. 


This session is open to Islington educators, with a focus on Early Years practitioners and those who work with families.

To book, email Lydia at [email protected]  


Albert Potrony is an artist with a participatory practice examining ideas of identity, community and language. Albert is interested in generating social spaces through his projects, and participation from diverse groups and individuals is a key element to his work. His commissioned exhibition at the Baltic, Equal Play, explores principles of non-hierarchical play environments. 

This workshop is part of 11 by 11 Culture Bank, delivered in partnership with Islington Cultural Enrichment and School Improvement teams.

Image: Still from 'Play as Radical Practice' commissioned by Serpentine. Courtesy: Albert Potrony.