Advocating Children’s Right to Play

What would a playful neighborhood look like?
Co-hosted by C-Program, SODA Museum and Gyeonggi Children’s Museum and sponsored by Nexon Foundation, <Playnet> and <Let’s Play Together> exhibitions aim to draw public attention to the current play environment in Korea and seek solutions for improvement.

Five architect teams-all of whom are parents with young children- used bricks to create and display the ideal play space for children. The exhibition encourages the public to think about how they can improve play spaces in their own neighborhoods.

The exhibitions have drawn more than 130,000 visitors to date. <Let’s Play Together> exhibition runs at Gyeonggi Children’s Museum until September, 2020.

Country

Korea

Year

2019-Present

UN SDG