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September 7, 2022
39 min 34 sec

Free play and developing a philosophy of openness (part two)

About this episode

Cas Holman is a toy designer and play advocate who has spent her entire career creating products that encourage openness and free play. She has worked with Rockwell Group, has been a professor at the Rhode Island School of Design, and was recently featured on Netflix's Abstract: The Art of Design.

In part two of our conversation, we talk about how we can begin to break open the boxes we often put ourselves in, and how that might be beneficial to us as adults. To find out more about Cas' work, you can visit her website at:

This project is funded through a grant with the Tennessee Department of Human Services and Signal Centers, Inc.

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