Posts Tagged: Dresden

Graphic Recording as a way to capturing collective intelligence

Posted by & filed under Graphic Recording, World Café Europe Coaching Process, World Café Europe in general, World Rhythmics Café®.

It was at a meeting of World Café practitioners in northern California where we first encountered the use of graphic recording.  As the discussion enfolded, a woman was diligently drawing on a large roll of horizontal paper attached to a wall in the corner of the room. We had never seen graphic recording in action… Read more »

Listening in: Voices for Active Ageing in Europe

Posted by & filed under Allgemein, European Voices for Active Ageing (EVAA), EVAA documentation.

Even though our project plans are well thought out in terms of purpose, goals and actions, World Café Europe has discovered that it is important for us to keep our minds open to emerging possibilities. Even with the best of planning, these unique opportunities are not always evident at the onstart of a project.  The… Read more »

Combining dialogue, movement and music to create a World Rhythmics Café®

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Rhythmics + Hellerau We just came back from Dresden (Germany) where the Rhythmics movement blossomed more than a 100 years ago. It was in the Hellerau Festival Theatre where Émil Jaques-Dalcroze  realized his vision to develop a ‚method to learn and experience music through movement‘. Hellerau Festival Theatre World Café + Rhythmics World Café Europe’s… Read more »