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Schöner Anlass für Linzbesuch!

Started by Christian F.Freisleben-Teutscher Jun 7, 2013. 0 Replies

Local AIN Germany meetings

Started by Frederique Thiriet-Smith. Last reply by Caspar Siebel Jul 29, 2012. 3 Replies

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Comment by Christian F.Freisleben-Teutscher on July 10, 2013 at 7:26am

so morgen ist es soweit: ununi.tv, erstmals 12.30: "Du bist Improvisation" - die neue Talk- und Live-Methode-Demo-Reihe! Diesmal mit Susanne Burgstaller. http://www.ununi.tv/node/173 -

Ist auch Hinweis auf: http://ainconference.org/

Comment by Belina Raffy on November 2, 2012 at 7:28am

Hello Lovely German People, We're having a day & evening AIN event in London on Saturday December 8th. Tempted to do some Christmas shopping in London? Come join us on the 8th and work & play with your fellow AINers. Details are here. Please rsvp. Best wishes Belina

Comment by Caspar Siebel on July 29, 2012 at 10:09am

Meine lieben Mit-Improvisateure,

ich will euch gerne zu meinem Workshop einladen: Improvisation and Service Design. Er findet am 8. August in Maastricht statt, ist auf Englisch, kostenfrei und erforscht einige Verbindungen von Improvisationstheater zur Design-Tätigkeit. Ich freue mich den ein oder anderen dort zu sehen, weitere Informationen findet ihr unter dem Link unten. LG, Caspar

http://www.servicesciencefactory.com/node/148

Comment by Belina Raffy on April 22, 2012 at 7:37am

Hi Lovely German AINers,

Are you doing anything on Sunday 17 June?  Fancy coming to London, and then Brighton (about an hour from London) to join us for a full day of Applied Improvisation by the sea?  Details are here: http://appliedimprov.ning.com/events/ain-london-event-sunday-17-jun...

We'd love to have you join us!

Bx

Comment by Christian F.Freisleben-Teutscher on April 21, 2010 at 5:57am
Eine deutsche Version für Amsterdam, lg christian
Improvisation anwenden um die Welt zu verändern

Vom 23. – 26. September findet unter diesem Titel in Amsterdam die Internationale Konferenz des weltweiten „Applied Improvisation Network“ (Netzwerk angewandte Improvisation – siehe unten) statt. Es warten vielfältige kreative und stärkende Impulse!

Es gibt drei „Hauptspuren“, entlang derer die Konferenz laufen wird:
# Die Geschäftswelt: Innovation, Veränderungen in Unternehmen, eigene Geschäftsfelder definieren und ausbauen
# Die soziale Welt: Sozialer Wandel, der Aufbau von Gemeinschaften und Weiterentwicklung von Settings
# Die persönliche Welt: Auseinandersetzung mit unserer eigenen Entwicklung, Einzelcoaching, Methoden die ein besseres und erfüllendes Leben mit LebenspartnerInnen und FreundInnen fördern

Gesucht werden nun Menschen, die in ihren Berufsfeldern oder als KünstlerInnen Improvisationstechniken umsetzen z. B. auch Playback-Theater, Soziodrama, Statuen- und Forumtheater, Methoden von Keith Johnstone oder Viola Spolin usw.
Unter http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/QCMKYYJ! können noch bis 6. Mai (Bitte in Englisch) Vorschläge für 2-Stunden-Workshops eingebracht werden.

„Applied Improvisation Network - AIN“
Mitglieder des 2002 gegründeten AIN kommen aus den verschiedensten Ländern der Erde. Es sind Menschen aus verschiedenen Berufen, die Improvisationstechniken in vielfältigen Feldern anwenden: in der Beratung und Begleitung von Unternehmen und Institutionen verschiedenster Branchen sowie von Städten und Gemeinden, in der Erwachsenenbildung sowie im Gesundheits- und Sozialbereich. Dabei geht es um zentrale Themenfelder wie gelungene Kommunikation, emotionale und soziale Kompetenz, Improvisation als Motor für Innovation und Qualitätssteigerung, Umgang mit Konflikten, Supervision und Coaching sowie um neue Zugänge für die Planung und Umsetzung von Projekten oder Arbeitsabläufen.
http://appliedimprov.ning.com
Comment by Frederique Thiriet-Smith on November 23, 2009 at 3:08pm
Hi Belina,
Thank you for the invitation. Unfortunately I can't come that time.
Have a nice event!
Comment by Belina Raffy on November 23, 2009 at 10:19am
Hi All! Please note that we are running an AIN event in London on the evening of December 14th and all day on December 15th. For more details - click here. We would love for you to join us!
Comment by Patricia Ryan Madson on May 10, 2009 at 11:18am
Thank you, Frederique, for your help and interest. What a wonderful world we have to be so close via the Internet. It will be a great help that AIN Germany can help us spread the word of the book when it comes out.
I am grateful to you.
Warm thanks,
Patricia
Comment by Frederique Thiriet-Smith on May 9, 2009 at 6:16pm
Hi Patricia,

Although I don't read a lot in German, I am happy that your book will be translated in German.
With Martin Ciesielski we moderate a group in German/English on another platform more used in Germany.
We often advertized your book, that we really love.

I will get back to you or your editor as soon as possible with a list of links and addresses of groups teaching improv, groups or organizations that offer improv instruction or consulting in Germany, Switzerland and Austria.

It is planned to have a translation in French one day?
Best regards from Heidelberg
Frédérique
www.fts-training-consulting.com
Comment by Patricia Ryan Madson on May 9, 2009 at 1:59pm
Hello, fellow improviser and AIN member,

I’m Patricia Ryan Madson, improvwisdom@comcast.net and I wrote the book Improv Wisdom: Don’t Prepare, Just Show Up, Bell Tower Books, 2005 (available on Amazon.com). A wonderful thing is happening. The book is being translated into German and will be published this fall by Lektorat VAK (editor) Nadine Weber, Sophienstr. 107, 76135 Karlsruhe, E-Mail: weber@vakverlag.de I believe that it will be of interest to the whole improv community in Europe.

In the back of the English edition I have links and addresses of groups teaching improv, groups or organizations that offer improv instruction or consulting, etc.in the USA. The German editor wants to add resources in Germany, Switzerland and Austria that would be of interest to their German/ European readers. The idea is to help people find improv classes or resources in your part of the world.

I’m sadly unaware of these resources over there. But I thought I would call on my AIN friends to help track down urls or web sites or locations for resources in this part of the world. If any of you knows names and addresses of organizations teaching improv or offering consulting work to businesses, please send them to me/and or to Ms. Nadine Weber who is compiling the list to be published in the back of the book.

I am grateful to AIN for being a world network of improvisers. And I thank you in advance for any help you can send me.
Warm thanks,
Patricia Ryan Madson, El Granada, CA www.improvwisdom.com
 

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