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Improvisation and Social Aesthetics Conference Abstracts

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Published: 2010-03-12

Abstracts for all presentations to the McGill 2010 Improvisation and Social Aesthetics Conference: Improvisation and Social Research Group, held March 12-14, 2010.

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...partly because I know that’s the only way that we could solve a creative problem [using improvisation with children ranging in abilities] and what doesn’t work is trying to impose a template on the students who are not able to respond to that template.

– Pauline Oliveros (in working with Abilities First)