Hosted at Dewey’s Pub on the University of Alberta Campus, Ncounters invites collaboration from sound artists, visual artists, actors, musicians, composers, theorists, musicologists, historians, sociologists, anthropologists and anyone interested in exploration and experimentation. This open stage concept allows anyone and everyone to be a part of the discussion.
Join us Friday January 29 at 7pm for discussion and performance on Improvisation: What can the act of improvisation tell us about how we engage in our world as creative people? Is improvisation as a form of creativity fundamentally different from other forms? Or is it just faster and more wild? Are we all fundamentally improvisers or is it a learned skill?
$5 at the door, free for those who present/perform. Oh, and there will be cheap beer. Who doesn’t love intelligent conversation and cheap beer?