30th Oulu Children's Theatre Festival 21.-27.2.2011
Sunday, October 10, 2010
Oulu City Theatre, Finland, is organizing Oulu Children's Theatre Festival, during the 8th week of 2011. The 2011 festival programme will be released 15.11.2010 at www.ouka.fi/teatteri/festival. more...
Within the festival, International Theatre Symposium will be held from 23.-26.2.2011. Organizers are accepting applications for the Symposium, and are requesting your reply before Friday, 19th November.
Sunday, September 05, 2010
You will be on the way to Copenhagen and Malmø in May 2011:
Stopover in Berlin and Explore Germany!
You intend to visit the ASSITEJ World Congress and the Performing Arts Festival for Young Audiences in Copenhagen (Denmark) and Malmø (Sweden), which start on 20th May 2011?
Why don’t you explore Theatre for Young Audiences in Germany before?
Visit Augenblick mal! 2011
Festival in Romania designated ASSITEJ International Festival
Sunday, September 05, 2010
Teatrul Ion Creangã has the pleasure of announcing you that the 6th edition of the International Theatre Festival for Children
“100, 1.000, 1.000.000 stories”
will take place in Bucharest, Romania, between the 2nd and 9th of October. The festival is granted with the designation ASSITEJ International festival.
ASSITEJ proposes to unite theatres, organizations and individuals throughout the world dedicated to theatre for children and young people.
ASSITEJ is dedicated to artistic, humanitarian, and educational efforts and no decision, action or statement of the Association shall be based on nationality, political conviction, cultural identity, ethnicity, or religion.
ASSITEJ exists because of a deep and long-standing belief in the necessity of theatre in the lives of children and young people.
ASSITEJ, a member-driven association with national centres on six continents, seeks to foster a healthy, vibrant and collaborative community of artists, administrators and educators that reaches across cultural and international boundaries.
ASSITEJ believes theatre happens at the magical place where artists and audiences intersect, and in our rapidly-changing world, the relevance of telling our young audiences stories of life as they were, as they are and as we wish them to be is increasingly important.
ASSITEJ knows that the future is in the hands of our children and young people and that providing inspiring theatre experiences helps give them tools to navigate this brave new world.
ASSITEJ promotes cultural diversity, upholds cultural identity and actively advances the importance of a vibrant and inclusive cultural landscape for children and young people.
ASSITEJ assists in the development of artists and networks so that intercultural dialogue, innovation and excellence are an integral part of everyday practice.
ASSITEJ honours the voices of artists, children and young people, and provides open and free-flowing communication, information and exchange so that diverse and individual voices can thrive and grow.