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  • Next Generation / SCHÄXPIR, Linz

    Next Generation / SCHÄXPIR, Linz

    Tuesday, March 24, 2015

    CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
    Program for Young Artists
    June 25th – July 5th 2015 in Linz, Austria / at SCHÄXPIR International Theatre Festival for Young Audiences

    ASSITEJ Austria is happy to announce the Next Generation program in the frame of the international theatre festival for young audiences SCHÄXPIR, which will take place from June 25th until July 5th 2015 in Linz, Upper Austria.

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  • World Day of Theatre for Children and Young People - Message 2015

    World Day of Theatre for Children and Young People - Message 2015

    Wednesday, March 04, 2015

    Message from ASSITEJ President Yvette Hardie
    Message from Nobel Peace Prize Winner Malala Yousafzai and UNESCO Artist for Peace Guila Clara Kessous

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  • ASSITEJ Artistic Gathering 2015 and Augenblick Mal! Festival

    ASSITEJ Artistic Gathering 2015 and Augenblick Mal! Festival

    Thursday, February 19, 2015

    ASSITEJ Germany and the German Children and Young People’s Theatre Centre are thrilled to host this year’s ASSITEJ Artistic Gathering (AAG15)! It will be taking place for the first time during the Augenblick mal! festival in Berlin - April 21-26, 2015. Its motto is “Generations in Dialogue”.
    At the heart of the ASSITEJ Artistic Gathering 2015 (AAG15) will be four talk rounds, the International Artistic Encounters, each of which will last for several hours. The centre of attention will be devoted to the productions that have been invited to Augenblick mal! 2015 and their perspectives on the concept of generations. The Encounters will be accompanied by a range of exchange formats. The International Artistic Networks will be meeting in Berlin and the Next Generation programme for up-and-coming artists will be closely tied in. An exhibition is intended to stimulate ideas and opinions on the past, present and future history of theatre for young people. The 50th anniversary of the foundation of the World Association will be celebrated and honoured.

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MISSION

  • Mission

    ASSITEJ proposes to unite theatres, organizations and individuals throughout the world dedicated to theatre for children and young people.

    ASSITEJ is dedicated to artistic, cultural political 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 promotes international exchange of knowledge and practice in theatre in order to increase creative co-operation and to deepen mutual understanding between all persons involved in the performing arts for young audiences.

ASSITEJ Networks & Projects

  • Friends of ASSITEJenter

  • NEXT GENERATION PROGRAMMEenter

  • write local. play global.
    connecting playwrights for young audience worldwideenter

  • ITYARN
    International Theatre for Young Audiences Research Networkenter

  • NEXT GENERATION

  • IIAN
    The International Inclusive Arts Networkenter