about misha glouberman
misha glouberman has taught a large number of highly unuseful classes to many people. these include a course in experimental music for non-performers called "terrible noises for beautiful people", and a course in charades called "how to get really good at playing charades."
misha glouberman is very concerned about how the interests of residents are represented in his city, and how neighbourhoods develop. he has written against the pedestrianization of kensington market, and is the founding member of the queen/beaconsfield residents association.
he hosts burlesque shows with the scandelles whenever they let him.
he enjoyed a recent event at harvard.
he denies being the author of the "ask the manners duck" column in spacing magazine.
misha is very interested in how groups of people do things together.
he has facilitated a number of open
space conferences, helped out at penguin
day, and is hosting and helping design an upcoming conference
about copyright called copycamp.