Applied Improv Exercise: Describe the Painting

March 24, 2015

 

This exercise is a workshop favorite.  A group works together to create a shared vision of something that doesn't exist . . . yet. Great for creative teams or just a fun kick-off for a collaborative meeting.  In our video example, it's just the two of us, but this exercise really gets rocking when you see a group of six or more all lock in on a shared vision. What will your team paint today?

 

 

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