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Thursday, August 8 • 9:45am - 2:00pm
Learning Journey: Improvising Anthropology with Margaret Mead as Our Muse

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This unusual Learning Journey is a personalized, intimate, visual and conversational exploration of improvisation and anthropology through the work of the most famous anthropologist in history, Margaret Mead. Beginning at the American Museum of Natural History, we’ll explore, discover, and interact with anthropology with Margaret as our muse. If you thought you knew Mead, or perhaps have never heard of her at all, you’ll be thrilled to learn how she highly valued improvisation — and the creative ability of human beings to create culture, language, and to make and break rules. You’ll get an inside and outside view of her ideas, research, personal artifacts, through words, films and stories. We’ll explore how Applied Improvisation is perhaps a beautiful branch of her pioneering work, learn what a rebel she was in life and love, explore the Hall of Pacific Peoples (dedicated to Mead), and more.

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Sevanne Kassarjian

Principal, Performance of a Lifetime
Sevanne Kassarjian In her role as a Principal, Sevanne oversees several of Performance of a Lifetime's strategic client relationships, leads our team of design architects and is in high demand as a lead facilitator. She has led the global expansion of our performances coaches and... Read More →


Thursday August 8, 2019 9:45am - 2:00pm EDT
American Museum of Natural History Central Park West at 79th Street New York, NY 10024-5192

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