November 6-15, 2015 – Bucharest, Romania
*Tandarica Animation Theatre* is now calling for international creators/independent groups/state theatres who can perform their shows or creative activities during the 11th edition of the *International Animation Theatre Festival “Top notch shows”* scheduled for November 6-15 2015 in Bucharest, Romania.
The aim of the Festival is to introduce the new global trends in animation and visual theatre to the Romanian audience. Being one of the most prestigious events on the national scene, the Tandarica Festival is highly selective, the main criterion for performances being the search for modern interpretations and innovation in animation and visual theatre for children and for adults. In addition to the shows, there will be conferences, workshops and exhibitions. The International Animation Theatre Festival “Top notch shows” welcomes puppeteers and visual artists from all over the World to meet and share their craft in Bucharest!
We are waiting for your proposals until the *15th of August 2015*.
The programming for the next ASSITEJ festival is now drawing to a close! We bid you welcome you to Kristiansand and Norway for five days of surprise, suspense and splendour. Top notch performances from Norway and around the world, international encounters and an exciting side programme. Teasers now out – check out our website!
ASSITEJ Norway’s overall goal is to contribute to raising awareness and boosting quality in professional performing arts for a young audience. Our ambition for the ASSITEJ festival is to be a national and regional force and an international door-opener for all professionals involved in professional performing arts for a young audience. We are especially happy to host the ASSITEJ Executive Committee’s semi-annual meeting.
About the festival
The 11th ASSITEJ festival focuses on The audience. The theme for the festival is Interplay.
The ASSITEJ festival seeks to
– be artistically challenging, presenting cutting-edge innovative and contemporary performing arts
– explore different ways of facing young audiences
– facilitate international encounters and exchange
– bring together practitioners and researchers with a common interest in the young audience.
We welcome artists, practitioners and scholars from all over the world for five days of networking and celebrations of TYA and the ASSITEJ 50th anniversary!
Teasers now out – check out our website!