Open call
As adults, we often forget the importance of our childhood play experiences. This embodied knowledge most often doesn't reach the next generations. Do you do you know what your parents' favourite play activities were? Or those of your grandparents? Therefore, the Office for Public Play has set‐up a cross‐cultural and crossgeneration archive, called the Archive for Public Play. It aims to collect information on play activities (play activities, self‐initiated by children, preferably those that use the least possible material (play)attributes) that can serve to inspire our children and future generations. This collection of personal stories, photos and instruction from various contributions want to inspire and motivate outdoor play in the city (without ”play" equipment) and make sure that this heritage is being treasured. Please send your contribution to (Your contribution can be posted anonymous if wanted.)