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And perhaps it's time to work at sharing them more widely. How is it that the members of a string quartet can coordinate seamlessly and start a piece together without saying a word, without even looking at each other? How do jazz musicians launch effortlessly into performing together without previously having met? How is it that actors allow themselves the vulnerability of failure, over and again as they experiment in rehearsal, trusting this is an essential part of the journey to great performance?

I've recently written a blog about this for Authenticity Rules.

In a nutshell

So why should you be interested in Learning in and through the Performing Arts?

The collaborative processes of the performing arts open a pandora's box of possibilities for artistic, personal and organizational development. They are subtle and multi-layered, embodied practices that can yield much more than what individuals bring to them, creatively and in terms of human exchange. My work is about continuing to develop these processes for the twenty-first century, so that artists can adapt to their changing contexts and enable their work to take root as creative entrepreneurs, and so that the processes of the arts can be shared and enhanced through exchange with other disciplines and across cultural contexts.