2019 AIN Conference Registration is OPEN
Communicating Beyond Borders and Barriers: Applications Of Improvisation In Society
In partnership with the Alda Center For Communicating Science
August 8-11, 2019
At a time when the world is clamoring for collaboration, connection and creative problem-solving, AIN is poised to offer what promises to be one of our most expansive, inclusive and dynamic conferences yet.
How does improv help us trust, listen, share, and learn from difference? How does it allow us to exercise and strengthen our empathy, courage and emotional range? What tools, mindsets, opportunities, insights, solutions, bridges, and healing can it provide to help us practice, model, and teach effective communication?
Exploring these questions and more through shared experience, conversations, performances, discussions and expert presentations, this conference intends to expand our individual and collective expertise and inspire our work in co-creating a more humane society and healthier planet.
So yes and, get ready, this conference will rock the world!
The Applied Improvisation Network (AIN) is committed to increasing accessibility of this conference to people from underserved and under-represented communities by providing award scholarships to as many deserving people as possible. You can directly help by donating* to the AIN World Conference 2019 scholarship fund here and help increase the number of participants who could not otherwise afford to attend. Click here to donate.
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What is Applied Improvisation, how the network operates & why you might want to get involved.
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Applications are open to join the AIN Board!
The AIN Board exists to support the development of a strong, professional network of scholars, trainers, and practitioners of Applied Improvisation across a breadth of disciplines