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Applied Improvisation in CH

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Let's Play Innovation Festival in The Netherlands

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Started by Susan Kuepfer. Last reply by Susan Kuepfer Sep 18, 2011. 2 Replies

Dear fellow improvisers.I need to get my teeth into a practical real application of Improvisation. So... I have a request. How could I build an ice breaker using improvisation/in an improvised way?…Continue

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Comment by Renatus Hoogenraad on December 8, 2011 at 3:52am

Hi all,

Hope you feel better Stefan.

It's looking good!

In fact I won't need a beamer. I'll have my laptop with me and we'll use that if needed. Would be great to have some floor space to use for some improv activities... And a flip-chart would be fantastic! Looking dreadfully forward! R

Comment by Stefan Stahl on December 8, 2011 at 8:15am

Date: December 11

Time: 2pm to 5pm (if some want to stay untill 6, that will be ok)

Location: Theater PurPur, Grütlistrasse 36, 8002 Zürich
(www.theater-purpur.ch

Directions from Zürich Main Station:
- Tram 7 to Bahnhof Enge
- Go to the left corner of Bahnhof Enge 
- Follow the Seestrasse to the stairs on the right side
- walk up the stairs (only to the street, not to the church!)
- accross the small street you will see two houses to the left, the one behind is our location

We will have plenty of space. I will bring a flip-chart.

We can have drinks and coffee. I will bring some fruits and a cake.

The rent is 150 CHF, coffee and drinks not included. (It is a family price. The theater is normally not rent to anybody.)

Comment by Susanne Schinko-Fischli on December 8, 2011 at 11:16am

Dear Stefan,

thank you so much for organizing it all, that's perfekt!

looking forward meeting you all

susanne

Comment by Stefan Stahl on December 9, 2011 at 2:46am

Well, that's a good idea, indeed, Renatus :-)

076 441 12 27

Call me if you can't find it.

Tot ziens!

Stefam

Comment by Carole Augustus on December 9, 2011 at 6:11am

Hi all,

Wow; I'll take down both of your phone numbers; I was not a girl scout and it shows....

I look forward to seeing you all Sunday!

Carole

Comment by Susanne Schinko-Fischli on December 9, 2011 at 12:56pm

Dear all,

Anna is sick and unfortunately she won't be able to come on sunday. She is very sorry for that!

see you on sunday

susanne

Comment by Esther Knecht on December 10, 2011 at 8:29am

Hi all, I try to make it too to the PurPur tomorrow. Looking forward to meeting you all, Esther

Comment by Renatus Hoogenraad on December 13, 2011 at 1:40am

Hi all, Thank you so much for the enlightening meeting we had Sunday. Special thanks to Stefan for making it possible!!!!

It seems we have a nice core of people with very interesting stories and backgrounds.

We have discussed AIN, Improv in organisations, links to Systems thinking (and here), positive psychology, games theory... and the knowledge and experience we have with these matters.

To keep the ball running we decided to meet again in Feb 2012 in Bern. Carole has kindly offered to host that meeting. We want to discuss Business Development and do more applied Improv activities. There is also a question about Improv and child education. If there is something you'd like to add to the agenda, please post!

If you would like to read more (academic) articles, let me know. Please also refer to the section on our website:

http://appliedimprov.ning.com/notes/Impro_books_in_English

http://appliedimprov.ning.com/notes

Hope this is useful.

I'll shortly post information on the upcoming "Improvisational Leadership" event we organise in Geneva end of March, for those interested.

In the meantime enjoy your week and happy holidays!

Renatus

Comment by Susanne Schinko-Fischli on December 13, 2011 at 3:16am

Dear all,

it was a very interesting meeting for me! Thank you Stefan for organizing it and thank's Renatus for the resume!

I am looking forward to our next meeting!

Susanne

Comment by Esther Knecht on December 13, 2011 at 3:52am

Hi all, this was indeed a great moment to meet for the first AIN Switzerland. Thanks Renatus for all the links. I look forward to our next meeting in Bern. Have a great holiday season, Esther

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