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Amsterdam Conference 2010

September 23 till 26 Times: Pre-con Thurs 23 09.00 till 17.00 Conference: thurs 23 19.00 till Sun 26 16.00

Location: Felix Meritis, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Members: 107
Latest Activity: Feb 13, 2011

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AIN 2010 – What was your experience without judging?

Started by Rutger Slump. Last reply by Wilma van Tuyl Oct 4, 2010. 1 Reply

AIN 2010 was a great experience with special people, and that is what impro is all about. When I look at the discussion groups we all agree about this. That’s great, and the next step is: what can we…Continue

To the conference from Central Station

Started by Mike Weaver. Last reply by Maartje van Amersfoort Sep 21, 2010. 15 Replies

Is there a quick and convenient way to get to the conference site on Thursday from the Central Station?  I'm familiar with getting from Schiphol to the central station by train, but not sure where to…Continue

anyone available for dinner before the conference begins on thurs night?

Started by Bobbi Block. Last reply by Sarah (Otter) Fisk Sep 21, 2010. 11 Replies

Hello old friends and new!  I am available Thurs late afternoon/evening to get dinner with any AINers (even if we don't know each other!) before everything officially begins at 7 PM.  I have to leave…Continue

Amsterdam Playmate Wanted!

Started by Yael Schy. Last reply by Yael Schy Sep 13, 2010. 5 Replies

Hi AIN friends! I'm going to the conference (YIPPEE!) and I'm looking for someone to go siteseeing with in Amsterdam before & after the conference. I am not attending the preconference, so I want…Continue

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Comment by Christian F.Freisleben-Teutscher on September 27, 2010 at 7:50am
After the spontanous-stairs-signing someone said, such a magic moment could only happen with "such" people. Now my answer: No! It all is about the spirit of improv, of involvement, of comittment of "yes and" - it changes people, setting, places. and we can do it anywhere!
Thank you so much for all the effort in the conference and the strength i could take withe me: AI is not only up in the clouds ist is with both feets on the ground - and creating this ground!
Comment by Leif Hansen on September 27, 2010 at 7:44am
Sounds like it was another huge success guys, well done! I miss my tribe too! Next year fo shoo!
Comment by Liesbeth Tettero on September 27, 2010 at 5:29am
I miss my tribe...
Comment by Liane Fredericks on September 27, 2010 at 5:18am
What a bountiful 'organic' feast i've just shared with you all!!

Thank you to each and every one of you for lighting my world with laughter and love and turning me inside out :)
Comment by Hikaru ”LOU” Hie on September 27, 2010 at 5:07am
It has been a pleasure meeting all of you!! and It was a great great conference and special big thanks to the team Holland!
It was such a great event and it must have been extremely hard work for all of them!!

I am still in Amsterdam.. it is raining.. and I think it shows a sort of our after-conference-feeling. Like drops from the sky, are the tears of missing..

We'll keep in touch, and I am already counting down to the next conference in East Coast of the States.

Lots of Love and Hugs

Lou / Hikaru
Comment by Adam StJohn Lawrence on September 27, 2010 at 5:04am
Folks, I had an amazing time. Thanks to everyone who contributed with their ideas, playfulness, and smiles. Thanks also to those who helped focus, even with the occasional but vital "yes, but...". :)

Especial personal thanks to Henk and Jaqueline for big smiles, big handshakes and big music!
Comment by Mike Weaver on September 27, 2010 at 4:27am
What can I add that has not been already said? An incredibly inspiring, fun, and creative conference. Amazing. I look forward to seeing you all in June 2011!
Comment by Marijn Visers on September 27, 2010 at 3:15am
thank you all for this inspirational weekend. We will soon start a page of "Improv without borders" thanks to all of you we will change the world ( bit by bit) If you like to help us . Welkom.
The idea is that some people go and find out where and what needs there are in War and Ex war countries. Where AIN can fit in. for example Iraq
Also for countries where people need support from us. Like countries where improv just started or countries where people not can travel as easy as the most of us can. Think of Lebanon Egypt the Filipinas etc
All kind of improv but basically improv what they need. So working out off a question from them .
Comment by Lenny Ravich on September 26, 2010 at 7:33pm
gREAT TO MEET YOU ALL. iNCREDIBLE.
bACK IN tEL aVIV,
lENNY
Comment by Munir Rashid on September 26, 2010 at 3:59pm
How do I like it? More, More, More, AIN just keeps getting better. Thank you all! A question: Does anyone know of an economical place to stay, 1 to 3 nights of the next few days? In the spirit of improvisation , I left everything open for these last few days. My email: munir@creatingresults.info Thanks. Some of us are going bike riding in Amsterdam, tomorrow afternoon. Join us if you want :)
 

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