ASSITEJ Korea started the Summer Festival on July 21 with the opening performance “Papirus” performed by a Spanish company, Xirriquiteula Teatre. The Summer Festival continues till August 2 presenting 13 pieces from 9 countries and offering a variety of other activities such as Gaudi Book Park, Don Quixote’s Windmill Village, workshops, symposium and roundtable program.
We are pleased to inform you that The Dramatic Art Center of Iran will hold the 22nd International TYA Festival from October 3-8, 2015 in Hamedan. Application deadline is August 20th. You are welcome to participate in this festival with a show, workshop, seminar, or as an international guest (observer).
ASSITEJ Germany International Directors Seminar Mannheim, July 6-11, 2015 This year’s International Director’s Seminar was held in Manheim from July 6-11 with the participation of over 20 directors from different parts of the world. List...
We would like to tell you about a work-in-progress showing of ‘This, That’: our new work of contemporary theatre for children aged 2-5, that is showing as part of the ASSITEJ Korea Summer festival, from July 31 to August 2.
ATINA invites Spanish-speaking playwrights to participate in the SCHOOLYARD STORIES Project
Schoolyard Stories is an interdisciplinary project (which includes playwriting, direction, staging, exhibition and work with young people) about high school yards, dealing with adolescent topics from previous researches in secondary schools.
Next year it will be 30 years since La Baracca and the Municipality of Bologna began the project Teatro e Nido (Theatre and crèche), that gave the starting impulse to the research the company has been developing on theatre for early years.
On this occasion, La Baracca, together with the Municipality of Bologna, wants to offer to a group of young artists (under 35) the opportunity to enter the educational facilities for children 0-3 and 3-6 years old.
The ASSITEJ Asia Network Meeting in Chennai, India was organized by ASSITEJ India and The Little Festival and was attended by centers from Japan, Korea, India and Nepal, among others. It seems that the Asian...
By Asaya Fujita Asian countries that gather today all have each original culture. And I suppose that what we have in common among us is that the civilizations that started from Europe and America are settled upon our own original cultures on one level or another. Our TYA also have this double standard of culture…
TYA-UK has already secured £260,000 to support ON THE EDGE, the World Festival of Theatre for Young Audiences and ASSITEJ artistic gathering, which takes place in Birmingham from 2nd – 9th July 2016.
It will showcase a programme of 20 inspirational companies from the UK, Ireland and across the globe and will be accompanied by a symposium led by Philip Hardy of TYA Ireland and a social programme led by Paul McEneaney of TYA NI.
Why do we keep reminding the TYA community to think about Placements program? Why do we urge ASSITEJ members to find ways to open up new opportunities for young artists and theatre makers, to look for fresh flow, to participate in this great and exciting global exchange?