Listen, watch, sense

Workshops which, using interconnected methods involving theatrical improvisation and anti-discrimination exercises, will make participants more aware of problems relating to acceptance, tolerance, empathy and respect for other people.

The Common-Room School group workshops 15+ Tickets: 5 PLN

Workshops which, using interconnected methods involving theatrical improvisation and anti-discrimination exercises, will make participants more aware of problems relating to acceptance, tolerance, empathy and respect for other people.

The Common-Room School group workshops 15+ Tickets: 5 PLN

Contemporary theatrical improvisation techniques draw wholesale on methods developed by Viola Spolin, who in Chicago of the 20th century helped emigrants, single mothers and victims of domestic violence using methods considered innovative at the time. This was not just work in groups, but involved listening, respect, lack of hierarchies and the conviction that life in communities cannot be based on an ideology of domination, prejudice, greed and dishonesty. Using games she herself invented, Spolin created an education system which used play and exercises to develop collaborative skills, teaching people how to listen and hear one another. These are not games in which anyone wins or loses, but instead learn how to cooperate on an equal footing.

Host: Kinga Karp, Joanna Pawluśkiewicz  
Individually set times 1H30-2H

The workshops facilitators are members of Obóz dla Puszczy / Camp For the Wildwood 

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