The Director of the International Neapolis Festival for Kids’ Theatre, Nabel Tunisia has the great pleasure to inform you that the 30th session of the Festival will take place from 20th to 28th, December 2015. Anyone or any theatre compagny wishing to attend are requested to send their technical file with a DVD of their creations, before july 31, 2015 at the following.
Dear ASSITEJ members, Next year is the 50th anniversary of the foundation of the ASSITEJ ! An installation and exhibition is planned to take place during the Artistic Gathering in Berlin from April 21st...
The Baboró International Arts Festival for Children is seeking to recruit an ambitious and energetic Executive Artistic Director with a vision for the future of Baboró. This person will build on Baboró’s enviable reputation by providing strategic leadership, clear artistic vision and supportive management with a comprehensive understanding of the requirements of good governance for this organisation.
We are looking for a proactive and hardworking individual with experience of working in fundraising and development within the Arts sector and with a proven record of delivering successful growth strategies.
ASSITEJ Germany is pleased to announce the grant program for the Next Generation (NG) in the frame of the ASSITEJ Artistic Gathering (AAG15), taking place at Augenblick mal! – The German festival of theatre for young audiences. The festival is hosted by the German children’s and young people’s theatre centre (Kinder- und Jugendtheaterzentrum in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland) and will take place in Berlin from April 21st to 26th of 2015. The biennial festival Augenblick mal! is the only national festival of theatre for young audiences in Germany.
“A Policy on Professional Theatre for Young Audiences describes the specifics of theatre for young audiences in terms of creation, attendance, presentation and audience support. The document presents an overview and looks at the various aspects requiring action to consolidate achievements and ensure the practice develops harmoniously.”