ImprovNotes is the International Institute for Critical Studies in Improvisation’s monthly newsletter. It features a range of news including artist profiles and quotes, calls for papers, and features on IICSI projects, among other news related to improvisation research and performance. If you have news or events that you think should be distributed as part of our monthly newsletter, please send it to [email protected].
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ImprovNotes was initially distributed in 2008 as a quarterly newsletter. From June 2011-September 2014 ImprovNotes was written and assembled by PhD Candidate Paul Watkins. From October 2014, until January 2020, the newsletter was written by David Lee (School of English and Theatre Studies, University of Guelph) and assembled and distributed by IICSI administrative assistant Rachel Collins. ImprovNotes is now written by Chris Worden (Ph.D. candidate in sociology at the University of Guelph), and assembled and distributed by research and communications assistant Sam Boer.