UKCITE 2017, 23-25 June 2017 University of Bedfordshire, Bedford Campus Polhill Avenue, Bedford, MK41 9EA
FRIDAY 23 JUNE
1430 – 1630 Weekend Warm up workshops (4 spaces available) 1630 – 1830 Weekend Warm up workshops (4 spaces available)
1830-1930 Opening Circle
SATURDAY 24 JUNE
0930-1030 Opening Circle 1030-1230 open space and working groups 1 (space for 5 sessions) 1230-1430 Lunch and smaller groups, 1-2-1s, open space, small meetings 1430-1630 open space and working groups 2 (space for 4 sessions) 1630-1830 open space and working groups 3 (space for 4 sessions) 1600-2000 GLOBAL UNDERSCORE 1830-2030 Dinner/snack 1930 – 2200 Jam/performance/scores
SUNDAY 25 JUNE
1030-1230 open space and working groups 4 (space for 5 sessions) 1230-1430 Lunch and UKCITE Town Hall to discuss core CI business (ALL) 1430-1630 open space and working groups 5 (space for 5 sessions) 1630-1745 Closing circle, summaries, next steps (ALL)
Dinner out in local restaurant on Sunday evening for those that want to.
Throughout the weekend, we have access to 4 dance studios and a performance space. We will also have access to multiple social and hang out spaces on the campus.
Registration is on a first come first serve basis. There is no selection process for attendance at UKCITE 2017. UKCITE is open to any contact improvisation practitioner who wishes to exchange with peers on issues in the teaching and practice of CI. Mentoring will be available to emerging teachers and practitioners. The information that you provide on this registration form is to assist with planning and to enable us to respond to the needs of those attending. Registration is only complete on payment of the event fee through Eventbrite (link will be sent on receipt of the registration form). The event fee is £20 for the whole weekend, or £12 per day. The fee covers running costs, such as wear and tear on the spaces, electricity and campus security. The organisers are giving their time in kind.
Upon receipt of the event fee, you will be sent access to the online collaborative planning forum. Participation in the planning forum will enable you to contribute to the emerging themes, issues, topics, questions and discussion items for UKCITE 2017, and, in particular, shape the structure and themes for the open space/working groups.
To register please complete the attached form and email completed registration forms to email@example.com