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The Politics of Improvisation

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Ariel Vardy
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Supervised by: 
Philip Thurtle
This focus group breaks down concrete improvisation hard-skills, while simultaneously offerings a reflective space to consider how we interact with each other, what tendencies we have, and explore what exists within us when we give ourselves the space to express. Each week we will explore a different technique or major theme in improv (such as listening, being present, making choices, understanding context, bringing intensionality, etc..) through experiential activities that leads into deep discussion. The content of the class prepares students to confidently start studying any improvisational art form, as well as critically engage with the way our daily interactions are improvised. Once you come to understand the basic rules behind improvisation, it can generate great fun! Unique way to earn to credits!
 
No prior experience necessary! Email chid@uw.edu for add code. Contact ariel_vardy@Yahoo.com for further questions. 
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