Baby Sol had a wonderful time at Mindcamp 2011. He could be seen all over, in a wide variety of sessions, and in the loving and attentive arms and/or care of a wide variety of new and old friends — as well as, of course, his own mom, Ginny. We loved having Sol at Mindcamp, our youngest participant yet! Click …
Tom Beakbane led a session this year called Lights, Camera… dedicated to creating a short video on the subject of learning creativity. The video below, “Does Mindcamp Work?”, is the result, now posted on YouTube. Thank you, Tom and the whole team of Mindcampers who made this happen! httpvh://youtu.be/zIfWxZXEXY0
Mindcamper Sandra H. took some very thoughtful and beautiful images of Mindcamp. Her full album can be viewed on Picasa here, but here are some samples. Thank you Sandra!
by Franca Leeson We are, literally, in the midst of Mindcamp. This morning I audited a session in which the kids studied FourSight with three Puccios: Anthony, Gabriel, and Gerard. Next door a group of adults were throwing wadded up papers at target on a screen.
Here are three pics of activities at Mindcamp on Friday. Note the baby in the drum class! Photos by Robert Alan Black; thanks Alan!
Below: Mindcamp Presenters get warmed up during Pre-Mindcamp, helped by drumming mentor Terri Segal. Photo by Robert Alan Black. Foreground: Terri Segal. Left to right: half of Anthony Hyatt, Harry Vardis, Cam Howey, Jean-Louis Dube, Natasha Fernandez, Lisa Karlin, and a little bit of John Sedgwick. Terri Segal is presenting Rhythmic by Nature at this year’s Mindcamp.