The Gamified Workshop Toolkit

Values of Solidarity with Anikó Rácz

2023/24 Nebenan Workshop

The “Gamified Workshop Toolkit” covers the areas of team building, mediation and co-creation and is primarily aimed at artists and creative professionals who are at the beginning of an artistic collaboration with others.

Designed as a card game, players learn how to share their values, experiences and needs in work processes and understand how others think and what is important to them in collaboration and communication. It also provides inspiration and the opportunity to reflect on how the team wants to deal with potential conflicts. During the session, the players are confronted with fictitious, but entirely possible conflict scenarios and can thus recognize and identify mechanisms that, although often concealed and non-transparent, cause tensions and difficulties – especially when the members of a team come from very different contexts. It can also help to improve cooperation with institutions by establishing values and principles of cooperation on both sides.

The “Gamified Workshop Toolkit” was developed by the producers Anikó Rácz, Doreen Toutikian and Dorota Ogrodzka.

More infos

Duration: ca. 3 h
Language: English
Meeting location: Visitor center

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Special thanks to Konrad Gadzina for his input on gaming ideas and his moderation. The development process was supported by the input gained through the discussions within the Solidarity Economies Trajectory, part of the RESHAPE project.

Anikó Rácz is responsible for strategic development and international relations at SÍN Arts Center, a production house in Budapest for independent contemporary dance artists. She is also the project coordinator of dunaPart, a platform for Hungarian contemporary performing arts, an initiative of Trafó, the most important center for contemporary performing arts in Hungary. She is also the event manager of the dance and theater center of the Sziget Festival, a week-long summer festival in Budapest with 500,000 visitors. In addition to her work as an arts manager, she is enrolled in a 3-semester program at the Faculty of Psychology and Pedagogy to become a coach and business trainer.