It was surreal to be back out in the world (Spain to be precise) connecting with people face to face. Our Director, Nicola Pauling led a workshop on games that inspire joy and post conference headed to Barcelona to teach a workshop with the Applied Improv leading light, US based Bobbi Block.
It was a pleasure to be presenting at this pacific rim webinar. You can watch the recording of this joyful event here:
In partnership with Dementia Wellington and the YODAT Trust we are researching the benefits of play and performance for those living with dementia. The evidence in so far indicates the experience is cognitively developmental!
Thanks to the fabulous team at Arts Access Aotearoa for casting the spotlight on our free Social Drama for Seniors programme.
We were online with the Alzheimers NZ Conference playing with delegates and showcasing our approach to supporting and developing those living with dementia. We have training available for caregivers who would like to learn how to bring more joy, more relationally and more curiosity to their work. Contact us!
In response to Covid19 we’ve discovered that joy, creativity and social connection can be facilitated online.
Sharing our knowledge and passion for applied improvisation and applied theatre in Japan. Our Director, Nicola Pauling, presenting a lecture and workshop at Tsukuba University, Tokyo.
Third Act on National Radio. Take a listen to hear more about the success of our programme of improv for the over 70’s.
Listen to this interview with Nicola Pauling and discover her passion for applied improv, applied theatre and community development.
In recent months we’ve been busy speaking about the why, how and who of our work. We co-presented with the Department of Corrections at a youth development conference in Wellington and at drama in education conference in Auckland. It’s a privilege to share our passion for the work and to explain its success.