I am really pleased to welcome teacher/improviser Nerida Rand from Tokyo, Japan, as guest lecturer in Malardalen University, Sweden! She is staying here for about a month and she will be working mostly with the Multicultural Improvisation class! Great opportunity to cooperate and learn from eachother!

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Comment by Kerstin Gauffin on March 24, 2011 at 2:21pm

Hi Mite Marie! Great idea! We havent planned for that - we might now!

Let you know later!

Kerstin Gauffin

Comment by Mitte Marie Wagner on March 24, 2011 at 1:33pm
Sounds great! Will there be any open workshops?

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