SATELLITES CI36 Satellite Events photo gallery and reports

Schwartz, Daniela; Müller, Eckhard
January 2009
Contact Quarterly;Winter/Spring2009, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p28
The article offers information on the Satellite Events organized worldwide which were part of the 36th anniversary celebration of Contact Improvisation (CI) in 2008. It reveals that various countries participated in the events, 36-minute Global Underscore and 36-hour Pass-the-Dance. The authors, who curated the events, state that the participation signifies the expansion of CI internationally.


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