Exploring Relationships Through Improvisation
part of an arts-based research project
Friday, 6:30pm – 9:30pm at Stefanie’s house
About the Workshop: We will be composing spontaneous songs, exploring harmony, melody and the interplays of those as a way of exploring – and perhaps expanding – the different ways we show up in our relationships and in groups of people. We will also explore improvisation as it pertains to the arts in general. This is a playful way of working, and we are more interested in process rather than the product. You don’t need to have a background in singing or the arts to attend, only a curiosity and a willingness to try new things. The workshop is free! Please feel free to bring a snack to share.
About Me: I am a Canadian Expressive Arts Therapist and arts facilitator currently working on my masters in expressive arts therapy from the European Graduate School. I am passionate about improvisation and human connection, and am continuously looking for ways to use the arts to build intimacy with the moment, within communities, and in relationship.
Consent and Confidentiality: This workshop is a part of fulfilling my research for my masters degree. All names and identifying details will be removed from the paper itself. However, you can come even if you don’t want to be a part of the research project. Consent forms will be presented at the workshop.
More Info: If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact either myself or my supervisor, Bobbie Rasmussen-Merz.
Natasha Duchene, Facilitator / Researcher: email@example.com
Bobbie Rasmussen-Merz, Supervisor: firstname.lastname@example.org