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Carlos CELDRAN, Cuba – World Theatre Day Message Author for 2019
Invitation to Promote and Celebrate World Theatre Day 2019
It is our great pleasure and honour to announce that Carlos CELDRAN from Cuba, the outstanding stage director, playwright and theatre educator, has been selected to write the message for 2019.
Here you find the original message in Spanish (original), English and French. Additionally, you find the biography in Spanish (original), English and French, How to Celebrate World Theatre Day Event English and French and the photo by Laura Ramos that is copyright-free (but the photographer needs to be mentioned in usage).
For more information, please visit our website. If you create an event for World Theatre Day, please send the information about time, location and programme of your event, to news(at)iti-worldwide.org so that it will be found on the virtual map.
In addition to this, we ask for you to send video footage of you or a theatre personality from your country reading the message in your language. This can then be used on the ITI Website or at the Event. Please send your videos to news(at)iti-worldwide.org

WTD 2019 Message in Spanish
WTD 2019 Message in French
WTD 2019 Message in English
Biography Carlos Celdran in Spanish
Biography Carlos Celdran in English
Biography Carlos Celdran in French
Photo by Laura Ramos (royalty free) Picture Named Carlos Celdrán
How to Celebrate World Theatre Day Event English
How to Celebrate World Theatre Day Event French
Discover UNESCO Platform for Cultural Policies
UNESCO's Policy Monitoring Platform supports evidence-based policy making for the promotion of the diversity of cultural expressions in the hope of creating more informed, transparent and participatory systems of governance for culture. A new platform detailing their Innovative practices is now available for you all to look at and get involved with. >>To further explore, please click here.
56th Theatertreffen: Announcement of 10 Remarkable Productions from 2018
Over the past year, from 22 January 2018 to 20 January 2019, critics Margarete Affenzeller, Eva Behrendt, Wolfgang Höbel, Andreas Klaeui, Dorothea Marcus, Christian Rakow and Shirin Sojitrawalla viewed and discussed a total of 418 productions from Germany, Austria and Switzerland. They have finally announced their selection of this season’s “ten remarkable productions”, which will be invited to the 56th Theatertreffen.
For the >>shortlist in full, please click here, or >>visit the website.
Circular Ruins Project
Legends on circular ruins is a project by Astragali Teatro (a founding member of ITI Italy), supported by the European Programme "Creative Europe" for the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018. The project features the implementation of artistic residences and an international conference running from July 2018 to March 2019, in five archaeological sites, in Italy (Rudiae and Castro, in the province of Lecce), Spain (Segovia), Romania (Constanta) and Albania (Nivica). The project aims to promote intercultural and inter-generational dialogue by linking tangible and intangible heritage, performing arts, life stories, traditional knowledge and skills with contemporary issues.
>>For a precis of the project activities, please click here or >>visit their website.
Exhibition Searching for Identity (At the Time of Selfie) - Trieste Contemporanea
From 9 – 22 February 2019 ArtSpace and Trieste Contemporanea held an exhibition entitled Exhibition Searching for Identity (At the Time of Selfie) at the Studio Tommaseo in Trieste, Italy. The event was curated by Giuliana Carbi Jesurun and Gabriella Cardazzo. For information, please >>visit their website by clicking here.
Mitambo International Theatre Festival, Zimbabwe 2019
The Zimbabwe Theatre Academy in partnership with the Network of Emerging Arts Professionals, Zimbabwe Centre of the International Theatre Institute and Africalia are pleased to be able to announce the creation of the Mitambo International Theatre Festival.
The inaugural edition will run from 8-12 October 2019 in Harare, Zimbabwe, and hopes to comprise both local and international performances and workshops. Mitambo, a Shona word for ‘plays’, truly encapsulates what the festival is about; a platform through which local communities can access and celebrate the diversity of cultural identity and artistic expression.
Call for Participation at the 19th World Duo Performing Arts Competition, 27 Oct – 17 Nov 2019
The World Duo Performing Arts Festival is now seeking participant applications for their 19th festival, which will take place from 27 October – 17 November 2019 in Seoul, Korea. The WDPAF’s primary objective is to share a theatrical study on communication between one another, and its competition is a unique and highly valued world art festival.
Any submission must contain a work involving two (2) actors. Submissions must include a transcript, an introduction to the work, the applicant’s history and a full profile of the artists. To submit an application, or to get further information, please contact ray3378(at)naver.com by the deadline of 30 April 2019. Successful applicants will receive a small invitation fee, as well as meals and lodging.
World Puppetry Day 21 March 2019
In 2003, UNIMA – the international union of puppetry, launched World Puppetry Day which takes place every March 21.
It is celebrated in a variety of ways. Those organizing events celebrate World Puppetry Day according to their own needs and purposes.
Each year, an influential multidisciplinary artist is invited by UNIMA to write the annual message for this special day. In this special year of 90th anniversary, UNIMA asked to the great indian personality Dadi D. Pudumjee, emeritus artist and President of International UNIMA, to write the international message. >>For more information, please click here.
Call for Participation in the 26th Cairo International Festival for Contemporary & Experimental Theatre 10-20 Sept 2019
The Cairo International Festival for Contemporary and Experimental Theatre (CIFCET) invites applications for its upcoming edition to be held in Cairo, Egypt from 10 - 20 September 2019. The festival is non-competitive and aims to introduce the latest developments in international theatre to Egyptian and Arab audiences while serving as a platform for local and regional productions. Accepted performances will present for two consecutive nights. Additional performances may be organized outside Cairo at the discretion of the festival. The festival will cover all accommodation and local transportation expenses for up to 15 individuals per delegation. The deadline for applications is 15 April 2019.
For full information plus an application form, please >>click here for an English version or >>here for an Arabic one. Alternately you can email cifcetform.en(at)gmail.com
HI Performancz: Prague Visitors' Programme - Czech Puppetry, Dance & Theatre for all the family 30 Oct - 2 Nov 2019
Experience Czech puppet theatre for adult and family audiences plus further theatre and dance productions all within a special programme package for international audiences. HI Performancz: Prague Visitors' Programme is organized by the Arts and Theatre Institute together with Czech theatres and companies, the puppetry showcase One Flew Over the Puppeteer's Nest and Czech ASSITEJ centre. Free accommodation, tickets and networking activities are available for a limited number of visitors. Registration is open until 15 March, 2019. >>Find the registration form by clicking here.
Call for Participation in the IAPAR International Theatre Festival Nov 2019 in Pune, India
The International Association for Performing Arts and Research, is happy to announce the Call for Participation in the fourth IAPAR Theatre Festival.
The festival will feature performances from across the globe, master classes, as well as formal and informal interactions between artists from India and other countries. This festival will take place in Pune, India, in November 2019. Deadline for application is 27 March 2019.
Send an email to iapar.festival(at)gmail.com for the detailed application form or >>visit their Facebook page for more information by clicking here.
Competition: IATC Reflections on Contemporary Chinese Theatre
The China Section of the International Association of Theatre Critics (IATC-China, Beijing) invites entries for an international competition for articles and essays, already published in English, related to contemporary Chinese theatre. Three selected winners will each receive a “Critics Award for Reflections on Contemporary Chinese Theatre,” and a monetary prize of 5000 RMB.
Entries can be either academic or journalistic. Feature articles and academic essays should be between 3500 and 6500 words, and theatre or performance reviews between 1500 and 2500 words. Writings must have been published, in print or online, in the last three years—that is, between January 1, 2016 and December 31, 2018.
Please submit entries to cab(at)kalina-stefanova.com by the deadline of 1 April 2019.
Three Calls from the Shanghai Theatre Academy: Call for Students Summer School on Beijing Opera / Shanghai Theatre Academy
Students will study three courses: Chinese Opera, Chinese Culture, and Chinese Language. The intensive course will run from 17 June to 7 July 2019. Tuition, accommodation and meals will be provided by the Shanghai Theatre Academy. Visa costs and travel must be covered by participating students. Open to international students. Contact: Shirley ZOU micgirl(at)126.com or sta_international(at)163.com. >>For full information please click here.

Summer School Belt and Road Art Talent Training Programme / Shanghai Theatre Accademy
Students will explore the effects that the ancient Silk Road has had on the artistic culture of China, with specific focus on opera and music. This programme runs from the 10 June to 5 July 2019. Open to international students. Contact: Shirley ZOU micgirl(at)126.com or sta_international(at)163.com. >>Information (in English and Chinese), plus terms and conditions.

Intercultural Communications Studies MA Programme / Shanghai Theatre Academy The Shanghai Theatre Academy is creating an MA Programme in Intercultural Communication Studies. This two-year English-taught programme includes the required first year full-time residency and an optional second year residency for project-based internships. Open to international students. Contact: Shirley ZOU micgirl(at)126.com or sta_international(at)163.com. >>For full information please click here.
The Grand ITI 70th Anniversary Celebration
We would like to express our great gratitude to all members of the ITI family that closely or remotely supported us during this Grand ITI 70th Anniversary Event in Haikou, Hainan Island, China. The theme of this celebration “Preserving Cultural Heritage – Encouraging Artistic Innovation – Creating Unity through Diversity”, was very well expressed during these 4 days of celebration. Delegates, students and artists from 60 different countries gathered to celebrate the ITI 70th Anniversary. This celebration also presented the opportunity to acknowledge the members, the colleagues, the friends, the partners and the authorities that have contributed to ITI. With this celebration in Haikou, the Year of ITI approaches its end, on a positive note. The celebration itself was full of enthusiasm for ITI and its next seventy years!
New Website from the Hungarian Centre
The Hungarian Centre of ITI are constructing a new Website – with Hungarian and English versions. It offers ample information about the theatre scene in their country. Have a look.
The Hungarian Centre also publishes a Newsletter. If you do not yet receive it, please write to lakoshanna(at)gmail.com
Follow-up on the 70th Anniversary of ITI Event in Haikou
Some of the participants of the 70th Anniversary Conference may have heard the statement from Fin Ross RUSSELL, member of the Network Emerging Artist Professionals NEAP, in which he mentioned the results of DICE - a research paper which took an in-depth look at the performance level of students who regularly participated in educational theatre and drama activities. DICE (‘Drama Improves Lisbon Key Competences in Education’) was an international EU-supported project. >>The full research finding´s document can be found here and is well worth reading!
70th Anniversary Celebration
The General Secretariat prepared a report of the main event. For those who have not yet received it, you can look into the activities that happened in Haikou. >>Please click here to check it. It is also available in Chinese. If you want to receive it in Chinese, please write to info(at)iti-worldwide.org
ITI Italy and USA: C.U.R.A – Next Generation 2019 Artistic Residency
TC.U.R.A (Centro Umbro Residenze Artistiche) are pleased to announce that applications are now open to join their New Performance Development Incubator, an intensive residential retreat for young theatre and dance creators. Part of the Next Generation 2019 initiative, the programme is looking to unearth new talent by inviting individuals and groups who have a project in gestation to its three residencies in Umbria in June 2019, giving them the space and environment to experiment. It is open to a maximum of 18 people, and the deadline for applications is 8 March 2019; >>Application forms can be found by clicking here – please send them to nextgeneration.cura(at)gmail.com
Call for Entry to the 14th International Street Theatre Festival in Marivan, Iran
The Iranian Centre of ITI - the Dramatic Arts Centre of Iran - is pleased to announce the 14th International Street Theatre Festival from 23 to 27 of August 2019 in Marivan, Iran. They are now looking for applications from participants, specifically theatre companies, performers, workshop leaders, lecturers and essayists who wish to participate. Applications should be sent by airmail to the Secretariat of the Festival, at Vahdat Hall, Ostad Shahryar Street, Hafez Ave., Tehran, 1133914934 Iran. The deadline for doing so is the 10 July, 2019. For more information, contact dramatic.artcenter.iran(at)gmail.com or >>visit their website by clicking here.
Argentine Dance Council: Video and Competition
The Cooperating Member of ITI, the Argentine Dance Council (C.A.D.) sends its best wishes to all at ITI following anniversary celebrations for both organizations in 2018. They have created a video showing the history of the Argentine Dance Council since its inception in 1978, to view >>please click here.
They also wish to announce new requirements for entrants in the Paloma Herrera Award at its 10th Dance Competition. This award, which highlights the values of young Argentinians, is open to young performers who hold Argentine Residency.
Registration and participation is free, and >>for further information about age regulations and to sign-up, please click this link. For more information contact: durantebeatriz(at)hotmail.com
FITAAS – ITI Congo Brazzaville Festival
The Congo Brazzaville Centre of ITI wish to announce preparations for the 2nd edition of the International Festival of Theatre and Other Performing Arts (FITAAS) which will be held from 24 to 31 March 2019 in Brazzaville and Pointe-Noire. They can offer accommodation to both local and international troupes who are interested. The deadline for submissions is 15 February 2019. >>For more information (in French), please click here or contact yvon.lewa(at)navitrans.com
Open call: looking for international guests at the Swedish Performing Arts Biennial 14-19 May 2019
Scensverige – the Swedish ITI Centre - produces Scenkonstbiennalen, the Swedish Performing Arts Biennial, every second year. The next edition will take place in the two cities of Sundsvall and Härnösand 14-19 May 2019. Scenkonstbiennalen is Sweden’s largest festival for performing arts. For international visitors it serves as a window into the world of Swedish performing arts, with its selection of outstanding local performances which highlight the best of Swedish theatre, music and dance, as well as international productions and student presentations, workshops, seminars and much else. Those interested are asked to contact Brita Osafo, International Coordinator, at brita(at)scensverige.se >>For full information (in English), including details of which countries may have their attendance supplemented by the Swedish Institute, please click here.
The 15th edition of the Nová dráma/New Drama Festival
The 15th edition of the Nová dráma/New Drama Festival will take place from 4 to 9 May 2019 in Bratislava. The Nová dráma/New Drama festival is an annual presentation of the best contemporary Slovak and world drama productions created by theatre makers in Slovakia. It is a unique presentation of contemporary playwrights and directors working in Slovakia, with a tradition lasting over fourteen years already. Highlights: 9 – 10 Slovak productions based on new drama.
- Focus Greece will bring an insight into theatre of this country through a performance, a lecture and a book presentation.
- International conference Ecology and Environment in Performing Arts will be exploring this fresh and dynamic key topic in contemporary art through presentations of renowned theorists and artists.
- The festival godmother, Romanian playwright Gianina Cărbunariu will hold a masterclass for theatre makers. More information about the festival and an archive of previous editions can be found at www.novadrama.sk
Open call for actors
Discover ALthattheatre, an innovative project of self-development for the artist. This is a chance to explore the most complex ideas and questions about the Theatre and your place within its sphere. The aim is not to pass on knowledge, but to engage everyone in the development of knowledge for each individual to become a master. The project consists of several weeks of self-preparation already in dialogue with a teacher followed by three work-intensive weeks in Sestola (Italy) conducted by Jurij Alschitz and his team of teachers. This methodological experiment is limited to a selected number of participants to allow for each artist’s individuality to shine through and continuously develop.
>>Please find here the words of Jurij Alschitz himself explaining his ideas in more detail, and >>here the link to apply.
The 4th International Experimental Theatre Festival, in Hanoi (Vietnam), 2019
The Vietnamese Centre of ITI organizes an International Experimental Theatre Festival every third year. In 2019, the 4th Festival will be held in October in Hanoi. Artistic groups and individuals from all over the world are invited to apply for it. This festival will be a good opportunity to share and exchange theatrical experiences, and to renew and strengthen relationships with local and international artists, which should help with professional improvement, cultural and artistic development as well as international integration. >>For more information please click here.
>>To apply please click here.
The deadline for applications is 30 May 2019.
HIGH FEST International Performing Arts Festival 2019 in Yerevan (Armenia)
The organizers are glad to announce that registration for the HIGH FEST International Performing Arts Festival, which will take place from 1 to 10 October 2019 in Yerevan, Armenia, is now open. 2019 will be the 17th edition of HIGH FEST which is the main festival in the territory of the former USSR Countries. The application deadline is 15 March 2019. For more information, please contact: highfest(at)gmail.com. >>To apply please click here.
Certificate of Advanced Studies (CAS) in “Performing Arts Practice in Conflict Zones” at Accademia Teatro Dimitri
We are pleased to inform you that Accademia Teatro Dimitri (Switzerland) is offering a new course of study. In a globalized world in which the consequences of violence, war, and discrimination have become an integral part of our lives, politics is created with angst, demarcation, and isolation determining everyday life. The CAS Performing Arts Practice in Conflict Zones offers an opportunity to open new spaces of reflection and action.
The CAS is developed in collaboration with the Goethe Institute North Iraq and the Swiss Center of ITI. It is aimed at professional artists from Europe as well as from the Kurdish areas in Iraq and Syria who want to bring their performing arts practice in local and international conflict and crisis zones. For further information and inscription please check: http://accademiadimitri.ch (Education/ Advanced Studies)
Salon of Theatrical Book in Madrid
The Croatian Centre of ITI participated at the Salon of Theatrical Book in Madrid organized by the Spanish Association of dramaturges (Autoras y Autores de Teatro – AAT), the Spanish Ministry of Culture and Sport and the Spanish Dramatic Centre (Centro Dramático Nacional, CDN). Croatia was represented by Željka Turčinović, president of the Croatian Centre of ITI, playwrights Tena Štivičić and Ivor Martinić, and Nikolina Židek, the translator. For this program the Croatian Centre of ITI presented a publication of Teatro Croata in Spanish language with play “Three winters” by Tena Štivičić.
>>For more information please click here.
New Centre
We are happy to welcome a new Centre into the ITI family – it is a probably a surprise to many ITI members. After the disappearance of French Centre in 2000 and many attempts to reopen a Centre in France. So finally, we owe our thanks to the initiative of Jean-Charles Birotheau and Joël-Maxime Ghienne, the President and General Secretary of the newly established French Centre, which was approved by the Executive Council at the last session.
The French Centre of ITI is committed to developing the performing arts in France and abroad. Its main objective is to encourage international exchanges in the field of knowledge and practices in theatrical expression and dance. >>For more information please click here.
World Theatre Training Institute AKT-ZENT/ITI
You have also the chance to apply for participation in the experimental programme of “Quantum Pedagogy – Althattheatre” that will happen from 23 April to 14 Mai 2019 in Sestola, Italy. Dr. Jurij Alschitz has developed a project of artistic self-education, which follows the idea of a holistic Theatre. Together with his European Team of Teachers, he will open new paths to discover your identity as a unique artist – a unique particle of the Theatre as a Whole. >>For more information, please click here.
9th National Dance Competition with the celebration of the 40th Anniversary of the Argentinian Council of Dance
The Argentine Dance Council, Cooperating Member of ITI, is happy to share with you the celebration of its 40th anniversary that happen on 3 September. The 9th National Dance Competition “Consejo Argentino de la Danza Paloma Herrera Award” began with a preselection of 300 applicants in different regions of Argentina by a jury appointed and sent by the CAD (in March). Then, the 1st round through videos also selected by another jury (in July). The 2nd and 3rd round live presentation in Buenos Aires city (in September). The total number of participants was 33 (19 classical dance and 13 in contemporary dance). The Honorary Jury was chaired by Mistress Paloma Herrera Colón Theatre Ballet Director, Mistress Susan Jones from the ABT New York, Andrea Chinetti Director San Martín Theatre, Norma Binaghi San Martín Contemporary Workshop. >>To see the picture please click here.
Theatre Record 2019
For nearly forty years, Theatre Record has chronicled the British stage through its ongoing cumulation of the reviews of the leading national critics. Published fortnightly, it has established itself as the essential reference for anyone wanting in-depth information on UK productions and their makers, from the West End to the Fringe and beyond to regional theatres all over the country. It is read worldwide and treasured by researchers and students, actors and agents, producers and directors, theatregoers and enthusiasts, not least by the critics themselves. Having offered a digital subscription for the first time in 2018, the Record will be going fully digital in 2019. This does not mean an end to printed versions, but it does mean that all subscribers will in future be able to enjoy many more features of the new-style journal at no extra cost. >>For more info please click here.
ITI Inter-Europe Artist Exchange Programme
The Committee for Emerging Artists (ITI NEAP) have been busy over the last few months working on projects all over the world. One of these has been the inaugural ITI Inter-Europe Artist Exchange Programme. After ITI Centres agreed to participate in the project, they were paired together in January via a draw and have since been working together to arrange to send emerging artists to their partnering countries for a short artistic residency. The aim is to give emerging artists the opportunity to create original work in a different cultural landscape from that which they're used to, and to give Centres around Europe the opportunity to strengthen ties and work together on a continent-wide project. The pairings are United Kingdom-Greece, Macedonia FYROM-Italy-Russia, and Switzerland-Slovenia. The dates of the exchanges can be found in the image below. So far, the artists selected to represent each country are as follows: United Kingdom: Adam Wheeler; Macedonia FYROM: Gorjan Milosevski; Slovenia: Dorian Silec and Switzerland: Stefanie Bölzli & Robert Diaz.
For more updates on ITI NEAP's activities and to read interviews with each of the selected artists, please like their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/NEAPofITI/ or for more information about the project, please email the project coordinator Fin Ross Russell at fin(at)islandlifeproductions.com
Open Call for theatre schools and Boal's technique Artists for the 13rd edition of Meeting of Theatre Schools - Ret Colombia
The 13th edition of Meeting of Theatre Schools - Ret Colombia will be held from 16 to 19 October in Bogota, Colombia. This year´s subject is: The actor as a producer of himself. There will be an academic part, including Forums and discussions about social condition of artist, their training and education, the laws that affect the profession, management and futures challenges for actors as well as a discussion board. This event will also include a practical part, consisting of scenic exercises related to the topic of the day, that will happen each afternoon, guided by an expert in Boal's technique. The workshops groups will be composed of a maximum of 20 students from different institutions. Each exercise will last a maximum of 10 minutes. >>For more information, please check the call here or write to retcolombiaoficial(at)gmail.com.
70th Anniversary of ITI commemoration at The World Theatre Festival Art Carnuntum
Carnuntum was the first city to receive the European Heritage Seal and, under the direction of its founder, Piero Bordin, Art Carnuntum has become a centre of contemporary exploration of the classical cultural heritage of Europe. Ideals, fates and values that have been inspiring people all over the world for more than 2000 years have been performed at this historic site by, among others, the Royal National Theatre London, La MaMa Theater New York, Piccolo Teatro di Milano - Teatro d'Europa, Ruhrfestspiele Recklinghausen, Suzuki Company of Toga, A Taganka Theatre Moscow, Theater National du Luxembourg, Croatian National Theatre Split, The Roma Theatre Pralipe, the Istituto Nazionale del Dramma Antico Rom-Syracuse, and Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. In collaboration with Art Carnuntum, Shakespeare’s Globe on Tour returned to the Roman Amphitheatre to perform The Merchant of Venice, The Taming of the Shrew and Twelfth Night from 29 June to 1 July 2018. The performances were dedicated to the principles set out at the founding of the International Theatre Institute, in particular, working towards a society without any barriers, especially for performing artists all over the world, by creating platforms for international exchange. >>For more information please click here to read the full article.
New Centre and Cooperating Member
ITI is proud to welcome among his members, a new Centre as well as a new Cooperating Member:
Madagascar Centre
Association des artistes de théâtre malagasy AATM / Malagasy Artists Theatre Associatioon MATALot S.I.A.E. 17 Bis – Ambondrona 101 Antananarivo
President: Andriambatosoa Rajohnson RAVALOSON
>>For more information please click here
Cage Compagnie (Cage Cie)
10b rue jeanne d'arc, 94160 SAINT-MANDE
+336 42 74 19 55
Director : Amandine AUDINOT
Call for Candidature for the 36th ITI World Congress in 2020
The Executive Council of ITI and the General Secretariat of ITI is launching an open call to find a host for the 36th ITI World Congress in 2020. Please click here to read the >>call in English, >>here in French, and >>here in Spanish. Please click here to download the document to fill out if you are >>interested to hold the ITI World Congress 2020 in English, >>here in French and >>here in Spanish. Those documents contain the main issues so that a Centre, a Cooperating Member, or a partner which has an interest can evaluate whether the process of applying to host the 36th ITI World Congress should be started. Please get in touch with the Director General of ITI if you think about hosting the next Congress so that your questions can be answered. The deadline to get in touch with the General Secretariat is 30 June. The deadline for the application is 10 September 2018.
World Performing Arts Festival in Vietnam
Unfortunately, the festival cannot be done as planned in 2018 due to different reasons, prime among them finances. As the festival and event calendar for the second half 2018 - The Year of ITI - 70th Anniversary of ITI is quite full, Le Quy Duong is planning to hold such a festival in 2019. As soon as there is news about when and where, there will be information in this newsletter. For further information please get in touch with Le Quy Duong directly.
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.
Network for Higher Education in the Performing Arts
The ITI/UNESCO Network for Higher Education in the Performing Arts is a Network that follows the rules and guidelines of UNITWIN, a programme of the Education Sector of UNESCO, intended to twin academia with UNESCO and support UNESCO to reach their goals. The ITI/UNESCO Network is dedicated to working for the education in the performing arts and intends to follow the humanistic, educational and artistic goals of ITI and UNESCO that are formulated in the Charter of the Network. These are the activities and projects that the Network is undertaking or developing: Conferences, Student Festivals, Directory/Mapping Project, Exchange of Students and Educators, Research Projects, Books, Audio & Multimedia Publications, Exhibitions, Intangible Heritage Research & Preservation, Knowledge & Knowhow Transfer, Competitions, Awards and so on. Please get in touch with the Network if your institution is interested in joining by writing to Chen Zhongwen: chen.zhongwen(at)iti-worldwide.org or if you want to subscribe to the Newsletter of the Network by writing to: Tom Johnson: tom.johnson(at)iti-worldwide.org To read the first Newsletter of the Network for Higher Education in the performing art >>in English please click here, >>in French please click here, and >>in Spanish please click here.
Open Call for Publications in ITI info
Short guidelines for Publications for ITI-info, dedicated to the 70th anniversary of ITI. The idea is to represent Arabian, African, Asian, European and American wonderful Faces of Theatre. Please, contribute your love and pride, your thoughts and knowledge to the joint non-commercial project. Here on pages of the magazine we meet each other again, but with a lot of necessary information to make new contacts and share new channels of collaboration. >>For more information please check the call here.
New Centre
The new UK Centre of the International Theatre Institute has been appointed by the Executive Council, reconnecting the United Kingdom with ITI after the previous Centre was closed down in 2013. The UK ITI office is at Morecambe Fringe, which is based in the West End area of Morecambe in the North West of England. The new organization plans a growing calendar of activities with partnerships all over the UK and the rest of the world where there are performing arts - and also where there are none. ITI is very excited about this new Centre and we are looking forward to our future collaborations! For more information please visit the UK Centre page on the ITI Website at: www.iti-worldwide.org/unitedkingdom.html
Toolkit for ITI Centres – Tools for Opening and Running a Centre
For quite a while the members of the General Secretariat assembled all the available information that concerns the opening and running of an ITI Centre and put it together in a publication.. It answers questions such as: Who founded ITI? What is the procedure to open a Centre? What are the ongoing artistic, educational and humanistic activities of ITI? How to go about to approach a National UNESCO Commission? What are the tools for increasing membership? Etc. The Toolkit for ITI Centres is available in English, French and Spanish. Please write to info(at)iti-worldwide.org so that we can send you a copy in the language(s) of your choice. The publication exists in PDF format.