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Baltimore Conference 2011

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Improving Improv Games Websites

Started by Todd Sedano. Last reply by Susan Pope Jun 30, 2011. 10 Replies

 My idea: improv games meets amazon product reviews While there are several sites that have a collection of games and exercises, they are static. There is no dialogue around how useful the exercise…Continue

AIN Conference and Appreciations

Started by Pamela Astarte. Last reply by Sally Harrison-Pepper Jun 24, 2011. 3 Replies

 This was also my first AIN conference and what a wonderful experience it was!! I'm back in San Francisco where it is actually hot and sunny!! Very rare!!The highlights of the conference for me…Continue

Have you yet revealed the "other cool stuff"? (accommodation details)

Started by Susan Pope. Last reply by Lizzie Palmer Jun 15, 2011. 6 Replies

Hi guys,looking forward to the conference, but a few key details I can't seem to uncover on this site or my email: When/how/where do we check in?What do we need to bring with us (towels, sheets . . .…Continue

Authors of AI-related books who wish to sell books in Baltimore?

Started by Sue Walden. Last reply by Sue Walden Jun 14, 2011. 14 Replies

Hello fellow authors:  I have volunteered to coordinate our "Book Store" and think it would be cool to have the authors available to answer questions, sign books as well as sell them.  Other than…Continue

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Comment by Sue Walden on June 21, 2011 at 10:05am

I'm home and feeling warm, fuzzy & satiated; and still connected to this amazing community of talented, generous, delightful people.

Thank you all sooooooooo much for the rich contributions, both large and small.

Inhaling, exhaling.... smiling.

Comment by Beth Lyons on June 21, 2011 at 12:18pm

Thank you all so much for this experience.  It was my first AIN and my first open space and it was wonderful. 

I feel like my eyes have been opened and my ass has been goosed. 

Perfect. 

Comment by Jenise Fryatt on June 21, 2011 at 6:25pm
This was a truly enjoyable and enlightening experience for me.  I feel much better prepared to follow my bliss of sharing the power of improv practice with non-performers.  I made many wonderful new contacts with brilliant, generous people and I came away with an even greater appreciation for these transformational teachings. Thank you seems so very inadequate.  I'm looking forward to finding ways that I can give back to this community.  :) xoxox
Comment by Robert Lowe on June 21, 2011 at 6:25pm
Words fail as my heart is filled to overflowing for the graciousness, the competence, and the amazing people engaged in this work. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.
Comment by Thomas Perret on June 21, 2011 at 10:32pm

Thank you allowers. Deeper into the moment we go. See you in SF. Love.

 

yesyesyesyesyes.

Comment by Terry Englehart on June 22, 2011 at 9:49am
Many thanks to everyone who worked so hard to make this conference happen. Loved the Open Space! Such a gorgeous and amazing group of warm, creative people. I am grateful.
Comment by Padraig Hyland on June 22, 2011 at 12:08pm
Hi all...  On my way back to base (I stayed a few extra days as I had family along with me) and writing up notes from the sessions...  its bringing a smile to my face and I am buzzing with what I got from everyone there... very inspired.. Thx to everyone!  See ya'll next year..
Comment by Mike Weaver on June 22, 2011 at 12:26pm
Yet another amazing conference.  As I have in the past, I left inspired and ready to continue to engage the world improvisationally.  Thank you.
Comment by Todd Sedano on June 24, 2011 at 12:45pm

Rubbing Shoulders / Touch Forehead and Nose

--I'm going to try the exercise we did with my students tomorrow. I'm trying to remember what the signs said. Do you remember? "Welcome to AIN. something something  something rub shoulders"  -- if anyone remembers, let me know, otherwise I'm going to make it up!!!

Comment by Robert Lowe on June 25, 2011 at 5:59pm

If anyone found a copy of the book by Lenny Ravitch, "Something Happend on the Way to Enlightenment". with an inscription to "Robert" I would consider it a great blessing if it could be mailed to 164 4th STreet, #8, Atlanta, GA USA, 30308. Thanks to all.

 

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