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The June Edition of the "UNESCO Tracker Culture & Public Policy" #10 focuses on Young People
The newest edition focuses on Culture and Youth
Today’s young people face unprecedented challenges: not only are they more likely to be unemployed, they also have to face some of the greatest challenges ever experienced by humanity. Young people are also the future guardians of our rich and diverse heritage. They are the dynamos for fresh ideas and creativity.
To read and download the new brochure as PDF click on the language edition of your choice:
English
Français
New: ITI Event Reports – an invitation to browse, read and watch!
The General Secretariat of ITI has worked extensively to inform you about three main events of ITI: The General Assembly Special Edition (10 to 15 December 2020), World Theatre Day (27 March 2021) and International Dance Day (2021).
All the Reports contain what happened during the three event – such as speeches, presentations, and for World Theatre Day and International Dance Day the messages and performances. Moreover, they give you background information and also the statistics of how many people participated or watch the event.
Each Report that you can open and/or download is an invitation to watch or watch again. Just download it and click on what you want to see … The links are meant to be open when you are using a computer or laptop.
Event Report of theITI General Assembly Special Edition 2020 Report
To view or download the report, please chose your preferred format by clicking on the text below.
Single page edition (format for print out on A4)
Double page edition (format for browsing on computer or laptop)
Burkina Faso Centre of ITI
Call for Artistic Proposals for the 18th Edition of the International Theatre and Puppet Festival of Ouagadougou (FITMO)
The Burkina Faso Centre of ITI and the management of the International Theatre and Puppet Festival of Ouagadougou (FITMO) is pleased to inform the artists, the public, the media as well as the partners and friends of culture that the 18th edition of the FITMO will be held in Ouagadougou / Burkina Faso, from 25 to 31 October 2021 under the theme Arts and Violence.
The festival’s organizing committee calls for artistic proposals in theatre, puppetry, music, dance, circus, storytelling, cinema, visual arts from artists or artistic groups from around the world.
Proposal submission: 19 June - 31 July 2021.
Proposals should be sent to the following email address: fitmofestival(at)gmail.com & espacegambidi(at)yahoo.fr
For detailed information about the call please click here.
Burkina Faso Centre of ITI
Jean-Pierre GUINGANÉ: The Man and His Work – Call for Contributions for a Collective Work
The year 2021 marks the 10th anniversary of the sudden death of Prof. Jean-Pierre Guingané. In order to pay him a well-deserved tribute and in line with the activities organized over the past ten years, the management of the International Theatre and Puppet Festival of Ouagadougou FITMO is considering the publication of a collective work entitled: Jean-Pierre GUINGANÉ: The Man and His Work.
The contributions will be published by FITMO and its partners during the year 2021. Click to read detailed information about the call in English and Français.
Contribution reception (French or English) date: 10 June to 30 July 2021 Email to: fitmofestival(at)gmail.com & mandahama(at)gmail.com
Croatian Centre of ITI - New Publications
In June 2021 Croatian Centre of ITI published theatre magazine Theatre 85/86 and the new book Plays by young and award-winning Croatian playwright Dino Pešut – both publications are published in Croatian language.
Theatre 85/86 has an abundant content. It contains reviews of theatre premieres from the 2020/2021 season, reviews of theatre books, circus theme, two plays of Croatian playwrights Ivana Sajko & Nina Mitrović and many other interesting theatre texts.
The book "Plays" by Dino Pešut consists of five plays by the young and awarded Croatian playwright. The plays are: (Pret)posljednja panda ili statika, Veliki hotel Bezdan, Stela, polava, H.E.J.T.E.R.I., and Granatiranje.
You can order your copy through the Croatian Centre of ITI. Email hcentariti(at)gmail.com. The price of the magazine Theatre 85/86 is 50,00 kn and Plays by Dino Pešut 160,00 kn.
More info: https://hciti.hr/
German Centre of ITI
New President - New Election of the Board of Directors
On 20 June, the German Centre of ITI met online for its annual meeting and elected a new board. The new president is Yvonne Büdenhölzer, director of the Berlin Theatertreffen. She takes over from Joachim Lux, artistic director of the Thalia Theatre Hamburg, who did not stand for re-election after seven years in office. Also at the weekend, the ITI's annual public conference took place on the web.
For more information, click here to read the full press release in English or German.

Photo credit: Christoph Neumann
German Centre of ITI
Festival “Theatre der Welt” Düsseldorf hands over to Frankfurt/Offenbach
On 3 July, at the end of Theater der Welt 2021 edition in Düsseldorf, the artistic director Wilfried Schulz and the programme director Stefan Schmidtke together with Joachim Lux, the outgoing President of the German Centre of ITI, handed over the Theater der Welt to their successors in Frankfurt am Main. The Frankfurt Theatre der Welt 2023 directors are Matthias Pees of Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Matthias Wagner K of the Museum Angewandte Kunst and Anselm Weber of the Schauspiel Frankfurt. The new directors announced the new programme direction in a joint video statement: Theater der Welt 2023 is curated by Chiaki Soma and Kyoko Iwaki of Arts Commons Tokyo.
For more information, click here to read the full press release in English.
For more information about Theater der Welt the 2021 edition and the new edition, please visit www.theaterderwelt.de
Iranian Centre of ITI / Dramatic Arts Centre of Iran
Appel à communications : 8e Séminaire international de représentations théâtrales rituelles et traditionnelles 2021
The Executive Committee of the 8th International Seminar along with holding the 20th Festival of Ritual & Traditional Performances is going to organize some science-research seminars in the following two sections in some areas around classic approaches, contemporary theories of methodology, universal scientific conformity and future vision through inviting Iranian and foreign researchers of ritual and traditional theatre performances.
Organizer
Iran Centre of ITI / Dramatic Art Center of Iran
Ghader Ashena, General Director Dramatic Arts Centre of Iran
Dr. Hamidreza Ardalan, Seminar Director
E-mails
Thseminar(at)theater.ir, hamid.r.ardalan(at)gmail.com, dramatic.artcenter.iran(at)gmail.com
Phone : +98 21 66 70 88 61
Fax : +98 21 66 72 53 16
More information available in English, Arabic and Spanish. Please click on your preferred language.
English
Spanish
Arabic
Georgian Centre of ITI
Open Call for the First Edition of the Movement and Physical International Theatre Festival
Georgian Centre of ITI is happy to invite the members of ITI Centres and Cooperating Members of ITI to participate in the the first edition of the Movement and Physical International Theatre Festival, which will take place from 10 to 14 September, in the city of Tbilisi in Georgia.
For detailed information, please click here.
For downloading the application, please click here
Deadline for the application with documentation: 30 July 2021
Contact:
Georgian Centre of ITI: itigeorgiacentre(at)gmail.com
Festival Director: Levan Khetaguri: lkhetaguri(at)hotmail.com
Red de Escuelas de Teatro – RET Colombia
Open call for "8th Academic Scenic Meeting" (blended edition)
Antonio Nariño University of Colombia, member of the Red de Escuelas de Teatro – RET Colombia is pleased to invite you to participate the 8th Academic Scenic Meeting. The event will be organized from 8 to 10 September 2021, from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. UTC-5. This year’s subject is; The artist professor and his context.
This event will be a space that allows dialogue between national and international students, professors, and artists of performance arts, with reflections about the social role of the art professor and the artist.
If you are interested, please send your proposals for digital presentations or socialization of research about The Role of the Artist In These Times of Social Transformation.
We would be honored and delighted by your attendance. We look forward to hearing from you soon. For more information, please email to semillero.siembra(at)uan.edu.co or visit http://revistas.uan.edu.co/index.php
Argentine Dance Council
Invitation to watch the July Programme of the Galería de Celebridades
The Argentine Dance Council, Cooperating Member of ITI, is pleased to report the project entitled Galería de Celebridades (Celebrities Gallery) which pay homage to the great Master of Dance in Argentina.
This annual cycle includes 14 video emissions until November, and it is shown each fortnight on Fridays at 8 pm (Argentine Time) on YouTube. Below is the broadcast programme for July.
On 9 July, the fifth emission, dedicated to Antonia Mercé: La Argentina. Screening of a film about her life. On 23 July, the sixth emission, dedicated to Margarita Wallmann, Michel Borowsky and Mercedes Quintana. Screening of Ballet Resurrection (from the film When Words Die) Choreography by Margarita Wallmann.
You can access the Celebrities Gallery by clicking here.
Or search on YouTube "consejoargentinodeladanza" or "galeríadecelebridades".
Les Récréâtrales
LABO ELAN 2021-2024 – Candidates selected!
We are very happy to announce the list of selected candidates to join the ELAN Lab 2021-2024. This new edition is made up of 16 artists from 10 countries of the continent. They will take part in a training-research-creation process deployed over 4 years.
See you from 20 September to 16 October 2021 in Ouagadougou for the first research-training phase of this new promotion! The LABO ELAN was initiated in Ouagadougou in 2014 by Les Récréâtrales, the LABO ELAN is a program to revive theatrical activity in Africa.
For more information on Les Récréâtrales please click here.
Click here to see the list of selected candidates for LABO ELAN 2021-2024
The May Edition of the "UNESCO Tracker Culture & Public Policy" #9 focuses on Culture and Education
The newest edition focuses on Culture & Education: Culture & education as a strategic investment for inclusive and sustainable development
To read and download the new brochure as PDF click on the language edition of your choice:
English
Français
Mexican Centre of ITI
Open Call to Participate with an Article for the Magazine TEATRO
The Mexican Centre of ITI invites artists, trainers, researchers and practitioners of theatre and the performing arts to participate with an article reflecting on the theme "Virtual Theatre" presented now, during the pandemic, and that may be shown in the future.
Click here to read details.
Deadlines
Questions to the editor until 31 July 2021
Sending the article with pictures and CV no later than 31 August 2021
Contact
César Christo Muñoz, General Secretary Mexican Centre of ITI & Editor of TEATRO magzin
E-Mail: christomuz(at)gmail.com
SDG Resiliart Festival, Forum and Workshops for Health, Wellbeing, Peace and Climate Justice
3 to 10 October 2021 | Manila, Philippines
The "SDG Resiliart Festival, Forum and Workshops for Health, Wellbeing, Peace and Climate Justice" is an exercise in cultural diplomacy, popularizing the pillars of the entire UN system through culture and art. Whilst this event will be held in October 2021, it draws its inspiration from the previous meetings held in Manila (Philippines) and Cartagena (Colombia), organized by UNESCO Dream Centre in the Philippines and SSCC in Colombia. Following the anticipated adoption of the Manila Platform of Action, the work will continue in the years to come, as a campaign of mobilizing a rainbow army of artists to fight for peace, wellbeing and climate justice through the powerful medium of art.
Click here to view or download the provisional program.
Experience Hektomeron: 25 Hours of Performances
Project under the Patronage of ITI and the ITI/UNESCO Network for Higher Education in the Performing Ars
Start: Monday, 21 June, 18h00 Paris Time / Duration 25 hours
Experience one of the richest current online theatre productions. The whole project comprises 100 directors from 100 different countries and it is probably the longest theatre performance and the most complex performative process to date.
The National Theatre of Craiova in Romania has produced this event over three months, connecting all the participants with the help of internet apps.
Click here to know more and watch it here: https://hektomeron.com
Expression of Gratitude
The ITI General Secretariat want to thank the ITI Centres, the Dance Committee of ITI, the IDD Message Authors and all individuals and groups that have participated in the International Dance Day 2021 Online Celebration. Your participation and contributions created a culturally rich event that was highly appreciated by members and friends of ITI. For those who would like to watch or re-watch the event, may do so, by visiting the website www.international-dance-day.org.
New regular UNESCO Publication “The Tracker on Culture and Public Policy”
There is a new regular online publication in which UNESCO is presenting essential data about what is happening on the world. It is called “The Tracker – Culture & Public Policy”. Click here to read what Mr. Ernesto Ottone, the UNESCO Assistant Director-General for Culture stated in the Special Edition of the Tracker, April 2021.
Here are the titles of the issues that have been published so far. Just click on the title in bold letters below to download or read the PDF of each issue:
The Tracker Issue 8 / Special Issue: Focus on a Year of Covid-19
The Tracker Issue 7: Focus on Culture and Peace Building
The Tracker Issue 6: Focus on Cultural Tourism
The Tracker Issue 5: Focus on Creative Economy
The Tracker Issue 4: Focus on Culture and Climate Change
The Tracker Issue 3: Focus on the Future Work
The Tracker Issue 2: Focus on Culture and Digital Technologies
The Tracker Issue 1: Focus on Culture and Multilateralism
To be informed regularly, visit www.unesco.org or write to Culture.Forum(at)unesco.org
Essential UNESCO Publication: Culture in Crisis: Policy guide for a resilient creative sector
The COVID-19 pandemic and the crisis it created have had a devastating effect on the cultural and creative industries, revealing and magnifying their pre-existing volatility.
The UNESCO Publication “Culture in Crisis” offers advice on how to respond to the most pressing needs and how to induce the structural changes needed to strengthen the resilience of the cultural and creative industries and prepare for the future.
You may download the UNESCO Publication (56 pages) in the following languages, by clicking on the name of the language.
English
Francais
Espagnol
Korean 한국어
UNESCO Publication Culture 2030 | Indicators
Culture|2030 Indicators was published by the Culture Sector of UNESCO on the occasion of the Forum of Ministers of Culture at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris.
The Culture|2030 indicators is a framework of thematic indicators whose purpose is to measure and monitor the progress of culture’s enabling contribution to the national and local implementation of the Goals and targets of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, both as a sector of activity, and transversally across other sectors. The Culture | 2030 Indicators combine a variety of data, including quantitative and qualitative indicators, and will rely as much as possible on existing data sources.
For more information visit the Culture | 2030 Indicators website
You may download the UNESCO Publication (around 120 pages) in the following languages, by clicking on the name of the language.
English
Francais
Espagnol
Russian
Chinese
Arabic
ITI/UNESCO Network for Higher Education in the Performing Arts
New “Visual Presentation” about the ITI/UNESCO Network
The Secretariat of the ITI/UNESCO Network for Higher Education in the Performing Arts has created a visual presentation that is available for ITI Centres, educational and research institutions and persons who are working in this field. It gives information about vision, mission and goals, describes all the ongoing and planned projects. You also find a list about all the current members – educational and research institutions.
For downloading the visual presentation click here.
International Dance Day 2021 Online Celebration Programme
The General Secretariat is very proud and pleased to present you with the International Dance Day 2021 online celebration program. ITI Centres and Cooperating Members, prominent figures of the global dance communities, plus dance companies contributed more than three hours of beautiful dance performances videos to this online celebration.
From different continents of the world, these performances can be dances of classic and contemporary, in solo, pas de deux and group, on a stage or any space, happening in an actual venue or online. All of them combined is an excellent expression of cultural diversity and human resilience when facing difficulties. Just as the slogans in the International Dance Day introduction videos, let us dance together in all corners of the world to create light in the dark.
Please watch the International Dance Day 2021 Online Celebration from 14h00 Paris Time on 29 April 2021 at www.international-dance-day.org.
Attachments
Programme in English as PDF
Programme en français, par PDF
Scholarships Crowdfunding for the Zimbabwe Theatre Academy
Young people who want to be trained as actors/creaters at the Zimbabwe Theatre Academy need your financial support. That is why Brian Weaver (Portland Playhouse) and Lloyd Nyikadzino (Zimbabwe Theatre Academy) have launched a crowdfunding initiative.
>>Watch the video on YouTube
>>Click here to know more
If you have any questions please write to Brian Weaver or Llyod Nyikadzino
brian(at)portlandplayhouse.org ; lloydnyikadzino(at)gmail.com
More information:
Zimbabwe Theatre Academy: Facebook Page
Portland Playhouse: Website
International Dance Day Message Author for 2021
International Dance Day – 29 April 2021 is approaching. The General Secretariat is honoured and pleased to announce to you that the well-known ballet dancer, the Stuttgart Ballet principal dancer Friedemann Vogel from Germany has written the Message for International Dance Day 2021.
• International Dance Day Message 2021 by Friedemann Vogel in English (original) in PDF and Word
• Message de la Journée internationale de la danse 2021 par Friedemann VOGEL, en français (traduction), en PDF et Word
• Biography of Friedemann Vogel in English in PDF and Word
• Biographie de Friedemann Vogel en français, en PDF et Word
Photo Friedemann Vogel by Roman Novitzky (jpg) – royalty-free 1
Photo Friedemann Vogel by Roman Novitzky (jpg) – royalty-free 2
Photo Friedemann Vogel by Roman Novitzky (jpg) – royalty-free 3
Helen MIRREN talks about Theatre on World Theatre Day 2021
ITI is extremely happy to share with you an interview of Helen MIRREN, the World Theatre Day 2021 Message Author, during which she talks about her understanding on theatre and the future of theatre. ITI is particularly grateful to Helen MIRREN for it. This short interview with Helen MIRREN was done via Zoom on 27 March 2021, conducted by Fabio TOLLEDI and Roberta QUARTA, President and Coordinator of the Italian Centre of ITI.
>>Click here to watch the video.
The Grotowski Institute
The Grotowski Institute, Wrocław, Poland, is pleased to announce open calls for artist residencies intended for theatre companies and individual artists and for study visits directed towards students of drama schools, art schools and humanities departments such as departments of theatre studies and cultural studies. These programmes are scheduled to take place between October 2021 and October 2022.
For more information click here.
Attachments:
• The Grotowski Institute_Open calls for artist residencies_GENERAL
• The Grotowski Institute_Open call for theatre companies_1
• The Grotowski Institute_Open call for individual artists_2
• The Grotowski Institute_Open call for study visits for drama schools_3
World Theatre Day Inspiring Moments 1
Voices of Europe - Visions for a Theatre of the Future
The German Centre of ITI invites you on this year’s World Theatre Day this video containing voices of stage directors from Europe sharing their visions and ideas concerning theatre. Watch the video on 27 March on www.world-theatre-day.org
Italian Centre of ITI | Chi è di scena? ITI Meets the World
Programme
Thursday, 15 April, 16:00 h Paris Time: ITI meets ITI Croatia
Monday, 19 April, 16:00 h Paris Time: ITI meets ITI Spain
Thursday, 22 April, 16:00 h Paris Time: ITI meets ITI Macedonia
Thursday, 6 May, 16:00 h Paris Time: ITI meets ITI United Kingdom
The meetings are organized by the Italian Centre of ITI in collaboration with ITI worldwide. People who are interested in participating in the meeting, please write to iti.italiancentre(at)gmail.com
>>Interested persons can watch the programme on Facebook, without registration Link.
Slovak Centre of ITI / The Theatre Institute Bratislava
GREEN DRĀMA - 15 New Slovak Environmental Plays
GREEN DRĀMA, the project initiated by the Theatre Institute that spanned over two years, brought together fifteen Slovak playwrights and three dramaturges – Vladislava Fekete, Andrea Dӧmeová and Miriam Kičiňová. It has been coordinated by the dramaturge Lenka Čepková, with methodological guidance by the theatre theorist Milo Juráni. The stage texts are brought in English translation by Lucia Faltin.
>>To access the link on YouTube, click here.
To receive full text of any of the plays, please send an email to Ms Eva Fačková: eva.fackova(at)theatre.sk
Share Your Voice of Love, Encouragement and Support
The current global pandemic shakes the world with anxiety, fear and even hatred. It is time for every one of us to be active and to use the best tools we have – the dialogue and communication that is inherent in the performing arts to go through this global health crisis.

The General Secretariat is receiving a lot of words of love, encouragement and support from all parts of the world, and all these letters deserve to have more readers.

>>Please click here to read and watch
Helen MIRREN, United Kingdom
World Theatre Day Message Author for 2021
World Theatre Day – 27 March 2021 is approaching. The General Secretariat is honoured and pleased to announce to you that the distinguished theatre, film and television actress Helen MIRREN from the United Kingdom has written the Message for World Theatre Day 2021. Here you find the Message and biography in English and French.
• World Theatre Day Message 2021 by Helen MIRREN in English (original) in PDF and Word
• Message de la Journée mondiale du théâtre par Helen MIRREN 2021, en français (traduction), en PDF et Word
• Biography of Helen MIRREN in English in PDF and Word.
• Biographie de Helen MIRREN en français, en PDF et Word
>>To read the full announcement, please click here
ITI Partner Organizations | SIBMAS - International Association of Libraries, Museums, Archives and Documentation Centres of the Performing Arts
Save the Victoria & Albert Museum Theatre & Performance Department!
SIBMAS, ITI's Partner Organizations that is dealing with Libraries, Museum, Archives and Documentation Centres of the Performing Arts ask ITI and its members to sign the petition to save the department of Theatre and Performance.
>>Click here to know more
To make this issue public SIBMAS arranged an online petition at change.org: http://chng.it/HFgsGKXdyv
Please help spread the news about this petition as widely as you can.”
More info about the campaign, >>please visit the SIBMAS website
Mexican Centre of ITI UNESCO - New release: TEATRO magazine #27
The TEATRO magazine was created with the intention of disseminating research, analysis, history, and trends of theatre in Mexico and in the world.
TEATRO magazine is a yearly publication in Spanish and English, with important national or international theatre artists expressing their vision and knowledge about theatre and performing arts. The TEATRO Magazine is free to distribute, the authors submit their article without payment. And it doesn’t run ads or sponsorships.
This year, according to the situation of the pandemic, only a limited number has been printed and distributed. It exists as a PDF that can be downloaded for free: >>Please click here to view and download TEATRO magazine #27
The Mexican Centre of ITI UNESCO is grateful for the continuous support of the cultural institutions of Mexico and the national and international artistic community. Thanks to this support, the publication has reached its edition 27th edition.
North Macedonian Centre of ITI
The North Macedonian Centre ITI/PRODUKCIJA has published a series of e-books on Theatre Plays, Theatre Comics, Utopian Set Designs, Set Design Elaborates, Photo eBooks and promotional eBooks.
Please visit the eBooks catalogue and support the upcoming publications.
Publishers North Macedonian Centre ITI/Produkcija
>>Access the eBooks catalogue by clicking here.
ITI General Secretariat Team Report 2017 - 2020
During the General Assembly Special Edition 2020, the Headquarters of ITI invited the ITI Centres, the ITI Committees, Forums and Networks and the Partner Organizations of ITI to present their past, current and future work. After the event, the Heaquarters of ITI put the individual videos and the videos day by day on the website www.iti-congress.org. Anyone can watch them on this website.
For time reason, the General Secretariat of ITI did not present its works. That is why it created the ITI General Secretariat Team Report 2017-2020. It is available in English and French.
The headquarters of ITI cordially invite you to download the brochure and take a look at it.
>>English version
>>English version double page
>>Version française
>>Version française double page
Chinese Performing Arts – Issue #2 for download
The Shanghai Theatre Academy (STA) and the International Theatre Institute (ITI) are proud to announce the second edition of the Chinese Performing Arts Journal. Tobias Biancone and Gong Baorong, the two Editors-in-Chief, invite you to participate in a journey of the Chinese Drama and even Classical Xiqu. The topics of this issue are: Studies of Cao Yu, the Early Form of Modern Chinese Drama, Chinese Experimental Theatre, Theatre and Artists (Beijing People´s Art Theatre & Pu Cunxin), an Introduction in Classical Xiqu (part 2) and an Inventory of Chinese Theatre in 2019.
You may download the publication
>>One-sided version
>>Double-sided version
If you are interested in downloading the first edition, please write to info(at)iti-worldwide.org
ITI/UNESCO Network - Online Second Student Festival, Monday to Sunday, 13 to 19 July 2020.
The Online Second Student Festival is a collaboration between the Piccolo Teatro di Milano, the ITI/UNESCO Network and eight participating institutions. It consists of:
• 8 Student Performances from Network Members Institutions from Burkina Faso, Colombia, Iran, Italy, Singapore, South Korea, Spain and Ukraine.
• 8 After-Show Discussions in which you can participate or contribute in registering yourself www.iti-unesco-network.org/participationform.html
• A Student Conference in which you can participate in registering yourself
The full information and programme about the Online Second Student Festival can be accessed over the special designed website for it, >>please click here.
>>For downloading the brochure, click here.
>>For downloading the program, click here.
Publication
This new book, released in June 2020 by the Desert Hearts Media in the United Kingdom, is an important publication, that is intended to be “For everyone who teaches the performing arts in schools everywhere.”
Equal Stages, Standing Up for Identity and Integrity in the Performing, Volume 1is a publication that is showing the reader of how diverse theatre is made in the UK and Ireland.
Published in association with the Other National Theatre, Morecambe, and the International Theatre Institute, Equal Stages is a ground-breaking overview of diversity, representation, visibility and inclusion in the live performing arts, particularly theatre. It’s an interlocking snapshot of the industry provided by 40 interviews with a diverse range of 42 people who work in everything from performance to running venues, from writing to marketing, fringe theatre to international festivals. What they share is the vision and drive to break new ground for culture to make a difference in society.
Moreover, the book is designed to be an accessible resource, that is why includes an eight-page glossary of performing arts terms.
>>List of the Interviewees, please click here.
>>Biography Nick Awde, please click here.
Equal Stages, Standing Up for Identity and Integrity in the Performing Arts, Volume 1 By Nick Awde, 594pp | paperback | £24.99 | ISBN: 9781908755384
The book can be ordered directly from www.deserthearts.com. Orders and Press inquiries: Nick Awde– nick@deserthearts.com / +44 (0)79 6115 4590
ITI Panels
Panels introducing ITI to the world have been created in English and French. If you want to see them, they are available in low resolution here. If you want to print them, please send an email to info(at)iti-worldwide.org and we will send you the high-resolution version for quality print.