Professional networks bring together theatre companies, organisations or persons across cultural, linguistic, national and other divides, because of a shared interest or need related to the field of theatre for children and young people. In professional networks, membership is often specific to a particular area of specialisation in the field.

Professional networks may include, for example, networks of actors, directors, scenographers, playwrights, researchers or arts critics in theatre for children and young people. Networks may also grow up around a theme or idea, for example, dance theatre for young audience, theatre for the early years, inclusive theatre across all abilities, theatre in schools. ASSITEJ actively encourages the formation of artistic networks to support activities in the field of theatre for children and young people.

Discover the Artistic Network’s programme at Augenblick mal!

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Next generation programme session at Shäxpir Festival in Linz, 2013

Next Generation

ASSITEJ is committed to engaging young and emerging artists and professional theatremakers from all over the world interested in TYA.

The Next Generation Program is an exciting and pioneering ASSITEJ initiative specially designed to welcome new faces to ASSITEJ and support young artists in developing their practice and in fostering international relationships.

Through the Next Generation Program, ASSITEJ offers placements and residency programs designed to create new opportunities for learning and to enable international exchange and collaboration between younger artists.

Next Generation Residencies

This is a project designed to support artistic and cultural networking, exchange and collaboration between artists within festivals and other international settings through a special program for a group.

The first Next Generation group met in Adelaide, Australia, during the 16th.ASSITEJ Congress. Since then there have been Next Generation Residencies in Okinawa, Japan (2012) during the 1st. ASSITEJ International Meeting within Kijimuna Festa, Linz, Austria (2013) during the 2nd.ASSITEJ International Meeting within the Schäxpir Festival.  In 2014 a new group of 25 participants met in Warsaw, Poland, during the 18th. ASSITEJ Congress at the Korzak Festival. A group of 38 artists from ‘developing countries’ have been brought together for Augenblick-mal, the 2015 ASSITEJ Artistic Gathering.

Next Generation Placements

ASSITEJ supports Next Generation Placements to provide younger theatre artists, producers and administrators with individual opportunities for international mobility within the field of Theatre for Young Audiences (TYA) and in order to encourage contact and exchange between experienced and emerging artists.

Young people with an interest for and/or experience in TYA will have the opportunity to share experiences, learn and work with artists in other countries within the framework of different projects such as festivals, seminars, workshops, forums, productions, etc.

Any person related to TYA between 18 and 35 years old may apply for a placement through this program, and may apply to ASSITEJ for limited financial support.

More information :  Next Generation placements in 2014 / 2015

About the placements offers

The temporary placements may be offered by companies, centres, networks, festivals or associations and may include participation in festivals, seminars, forums, workshops, productions or any other project within the field of TYA. They will allow younger and emerging artists to have experience in acting, directing, production, playwriting, design, administration, or any TYA related tasks in an international context.

The length and other conditions of the placement may vary.  The placement may or may not include an offer for accommodation, financial support or meals. Each placement offer may be for one or more people. Each offer should be made with a detailed description of the activities involved and other conditions. A contact person should be mentioned in the offer.

The offer for placements should be endorsed by an ASSITEJ Member (National Center, Network or Individual Member)

This callout is for placements offered between June 2015 to December 2016

Placement offer lists will be available on the 13th of April 2015.

To make an offer:

-Offers are accepted throughout the whole year 

FILL OUT the Placements Offer Form HERE!

A list of all offers will be distributed via email to ASSITEJ members in order to assist those who do not check the website regularly.

The role of ASSITEJ in the Next Generation placements

ASSITEJ has the duty to promote the Next Generation Placements by looking for and encouraging new offers, distributing this information among members, publishing the offers on its website and being the contact between offer-makers and applicants when needed.

ASSITEJ will not take any decision about the selection of the applicants nor the condition of the placements. ASSITEJ will only mediate the applications.

Link : NG Facebook page

Write Local. Play Global

is a place populated by…YOU

It’s an online meeting place for people interested in work written for young audiences. Think of it as a virtual café where you can read about, make contact and catch up with people from around the world. You can find out about exciting new work, how writers approach their craft and about organizations that support and develop the work of writers.It’s a community that wants to hear from you when:

  • you see a great new play
  • you have a new work premiering or touring
  • you want to discuss an issue or ask a question about writing for young audiences
  • you or a colleague wins an award for writing (hey, everyone needs applause)
  • there’s an event happening anywhere in the world supporting writers for young audiences

you want to share information from your country or region about TYA (Theatre for Young Audiences) playwrights, and organizations and events supporting and developing their work.

WLPG Logo

 

 

 

See WLPG Website

Small size

Small size, the European Network for the diffusion of performing arts aimed at early childhood (0-6), provides a structure through which to meet, share expertise and exchange knowledge; to develop collaborative projects and disseminateinformation and research.
Through its networking, Small Size aims to promote an awareness of the significance of performing arts for early childhood with objectives that include increasing children’s creative potential along with the comparison of different European cultural traditions.
In addition, it aims to give value to projects and events that support the development of training and educational programmes for early years educators and artists, and for producers and artists creating productions for the early childhood audiences through widening opportunities for research and collaboration.

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More details on : http://www.smallsize.org/
Follow Small size on Facebook
Follow Small size on Twitter

ITYARN

International Theatre for Young Audiences Research Network

ITYARN aims to further academic research on theatre for young audiences (TYA), facilitate exchange, and support the initiation of international cooperation and new research projects.

ITYARN is a collaboration between universities and ASSITEJ international to further research on theatre for young audiences (TYA) coordinated by University of Agder (Norway), the University of Hildesheim (Germany), Arizona State University (USA) and the College of Letters and Science (University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA), The Korean National University of Arts, Seoul, Korea, and the University of Ankara, Turkey.

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More details on : http://www.ityarn.org/

IIAN

The International Inclusive Arts Network, is an online community for people who are interested in creating, learning or programming inclusive work for young audiences. We’re here to shine a light on this area of excellence and like a virtual late night bar we encourage people to share their thoughts, views and, most importantly, their work under the expansive umbrella of Inclusive Arts for young people.

The network is managed by a core group of artists and companies from around the world. The best way to get in touch is to drop us an email on:

hello@inclusiveartsnetwork.com

We are here to:

  • Inspire future artists
  • Reach larger audiences
  • Promote international connections
  • Be more ambitious
  • Provide a data base of companies across the globe working inclusively

The International Inclusive Arts Network wants to hear from you when:

  • You want to discuss an issue or ask a question about inclusive theatre for young audiences
  • You are producing a new inclusive work
  • You see an inspiring new inclusive theatre show premiering or touring
  • Artists winning awards or recognition for work in this area
  • There’s an event happening anywhere in the world with a focus on Inclusive Arts
  • You want to share information from your country or region about events supporting and developing Inclusive Arts
  • You have the time and energy to help the network grow

We will share information and the latest news opportunities for artists within TYA, and profile events, organizations and people.

So, if you value Inclusive Arts, please join us. You can participate through Facebook, submit blogs, or send information via email at hello@inclusiveartsnetwork.com

So drop by regularly and check out what’s happening – and let us know what’s happening in your part of the world.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Very best wishes, the IIAN team

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More details : http://inclusiveartsnetwork.com/

Professional networks bring together theatre companies, organisations or persons across cultural, linguistic, national and other divides, because of a shared interest or need related to the field of theatre for children and young people. In professional networks, membership is often specific to a particular area of specialisation in the field.

Professional networks may include, for example, networks of actors, directors, scenographers, playwrights, researchers or arts critics in theatre for children and young people. Networks may also grow up around a theme or idea, for example, dance theatre for young audience, theatre for the early years, inclusive theatre across all abilities, theatre in schools. ASSITEJ actively encourages the formation of artistic networks to support activities in the field of theatre for children and young people.

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Next generation programme session at Shäxpir Festival in Linz, 2013

Next Generation

ASSITEJ is committed to engaging young and emerging artists and professional theatremakers from all over the world interested in TYA.

The Next Generation Program is an exciting and pioneering ASSITEJ initiative specially designed to welcome new faces to ASSITEJ and support young artists in developing their practice and in fostering international relationships.

Through the Next Generation Program, ASSITEJ offers placements and residency programs designed to create new opportunities for learning and to enable international exchange and collaboration between younger artists.

Next Generation Residencies

This is a project designed to support artistic and cultural networking, exchange and collaboration between artists within festivals and other international settings through a special program for a group.

The first Next Generation group met in Adelaide, Australia, during the 16th.ASSITEJ Congress. Since then there have been Next Generation Residencies in Okinawa, Japan (2012) during the 1st. ASSITEJ International Meeting within Kijimuna Festa, Linz, Austria (2013) during the 2nd.ASSITEJ International Meeting within the Schäxpir Festival.  In 2014 a new group of 25 participants met in Warsaw, Poland, during the 18th. ASSITEJ Congress at the Korzak Festival. A group of 38 artists from ‘developing countries’ have been brought together for Augenblick-mal, the 2015 ASSITEJ Artistic Gathering.

Next Generation Placements

ASSITEJ supports Next Generation Placements to provide younger theatre artists, producers and administrators with individual opportunities for international mobility within the field of Theatre for Young Audiences (TYA) and in order to encourage contact and exchange between experienced and emerging artists.

Young people with an interest for and/or experience in TYA will have the opportunity to share experiences, learn and work with artists in other countries within the framework of different projects such as festivals, seminars, workshops, forums, productions, etc.

Any person related to TYA between 18 and 35 years old may apply for a placement through this program, and may apply to ASSITEJ for limited financial support.

More information :  Next Generation placements in 2014 / 2015

About the placements offers

The temporary placements may be offered by companies, centres, networks, festivals or associations and may include participation in festivals, seminars, forums, workshops, productions or any other project within the field of TYA. They will allow younger and emerging artists to have experience in acting, directing, production, playwriting, design, administration, or any TYA related tasks in an international context.

The length and other conditions of the placement may vary.  The placement may or may not include an offer for accommodation, financial support or meals. Each placement offer may be for one or more people. Each offer should be made with a detailed description of the activities involved and other conditions. A contact person should be mentioned in the offer.

The offer for placements should be endorsed by an ASSITEJ Member (National Center, Network or Individual Member)

This callout is for placements offered between June 2015 to December 2016

Placement offer lists will be available on the 13th of April 2015.

To make an offer:

-Offers are accepted throughout the whole year 

FILL OUT the Placements Offer Form HERE!

A list of all offers will be distributed via email to ASSITEJ members in order to assist those who do not check the website regularly.

The role of ASSITEJ in the Next Generation placements

ASSITEJ has the duty to promote the Next Generation Placements by looking for and encouraging new offers, distributing this information among members, publishing the offers on its website and being the contact between offer-makers and applicants when needed.

ASSITEJ will not take any decision about the selection of the applicants nor the condition of the placements. ASSITEJ will only mediate the applications.

Link : NG Facebook page

Write Local. Play Global

is a place populated by…YOU

It’s an online meeting place for people interested in work written for young audiences. Think of it as a virtual café where you can read about, make contact and catch up with people from around the world. You can find out about exciting new work, how writers approach their craft and about organizations that support and develop the work of writers.It’s a community that wants to hear from you when:

  • you see a great new play
  • you have a new work premiering or touring
  • you want to discuss an issue or ask a question about writing for young audiences
  • you or a colleague wins an award for writing (hey, everyone needs applause)
  • there’s an event happening anywhere in the world supporting writers for young audiences

you want to share information from your country or region about TYA (Theatre for Young Audiences) playwrights, and organizations and events supporting and developing their work.

WLPG Logo

 

 

 

See WLPG Website

Small size

Small size, the European Network for the diffusion of performing arts aimed at early childhood (0-6), provides a structure through which to meet, share expertise and exchange knowledge; to develop collaborative projects and disseminateinformation and research.
Through its networking, Small Size aims to promote an awareness of the significance of performing arts for early childhood with objectives that include increasing children’s creative potential along with the comparison of different European cultural traditions.
In addition, it aims to give value to projects and events that support the development of training and educational programmes for early years educators and artists, and for producers and artists creating productions for the early childhood audiences through widening opportunities for research and collaboration.

logo_small_size

More details on : http://www.smallsize.org/
Follow Small size on Facebook
Follow Small size on Twitter

ITYARN

International Theatre for Young Audiences Research Network

ITYARN aims to further academic research on theatre for young audiences (TYA), facilitate exchange, and support the initiation of international cooperation and new research projects.

ITYARN is a collaboration between universities and ASSITEJ international to further research on theatre for young audiences (TYA) coordinated by University of Agder (Norway), the University of Hildesheim (Germany), Arizona State University (USA) and the College of Letters and Science (University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA), The Korean National University of Arts, Seoul, Korea, and the University of Ankara, Turkey.

ityarn_logo

More details on : http://www.ityarn.org/

IIAN

The International Inclusive Arts Network, is an online community for people who are interested in creating, learning or programming inclusive work for young audiences. We’re here to shine a light on this area of excellence and like a virtual late night bar we encourage people to share their thoughts, views and, most importantly, their work under the expansive umbrella of Inclusive Arts for young people.

The network is managed by a core group of artists and companies from around the world. The best way to get in touch is to drop us an email on:

hello@inclusiveartsnetwork.com

We are here to:

  • Inspire future artists
  • Reach larger audiences
  • Promote international connections
  • Be more ambitious
  • Provide a data base of companies across the globe working inclusively

The International Inclusive Arts Network wants to hear from you when:

  • You want to discuss an issue or ask a question about inclusive theatre for young audiences
  • You are producing a new inclusive work
  • You see an inspiring new inclusive theatre show premiering or touring
  • Artists winning awards or recognition for work in this area
  • There’s an event happening anywhere in the world with a focus on Inclusive Arts
  • You want to share information from your country or region about events supporting and developing Inclusive Arts
  • You have the time and energy to help the network grow

We will share information and the latest news opportunities for artists within TYA, and profile events, organizations and people.

So, if you value Inclusive Arts, please join us. You can participate through Facebook, submit blogs, or send information via email at hello@inclusiveartsnetwork.com

So drop by regularly and check out what’s happening – and let us know what’s happening in your part of the world.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Very best wishes, the IIAN team

iianlogofinal2

More details : http://inclusiveartsnetwork.com/

Professional networks bring together theatre companies, organisations or persons across cultural, linguistic, national and other divides, because of a shared interest or need related to the field of theatre for children and young people. In professional networks, membership is often specific to a particular area of specialisation in the field.

Professional networks may include, for example, networks of actors, directors, scenographers, playwrights, researchers or arts critics in theatre for children and young people. Networks may also grow up around a theme or idea, for example, dance theatre for young audience, theatre for the early years, inclusive theatre across all abilities, theatre in schools. ASSITEJ actively encourages the formation of artistic networks to support activities in the field of theatre for children and young people.

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Next generation programme session at Shäxpir Festival in Linz, 2013

Next Generation

ASSITEJ is committed to engaging young and emerging artists and professional theatremakers from all over the world interested in TYA.

The Next Generation Program is an exciting and pioneering ASSITEJ initiative specially designed to welcome new faces to ASSITEJ and support young artists in developing their practice and in fostering international relationships.

Through the Next Generation Program, ASSITEJ offers placements and residency programs designed to create new opportunities for learning and to enable international exchange and collaboration between younger artists.

Next Generation Residencies

This is a project designed to support artistic and cultural networking, exchange and collaboration between artists within festivals and other international settings through a special program for a group.

The first Next Generation group met in Adelaide, Australia, during the 16th.ASSITEJ Congress. Since then there have been Next Generation Residencies in Okinawa, Japan (2012) during the 1st. ASSITEJ International Meeting within Kijimuna Festa, Linz, Austria (2013) during the 2nd.ASSITEJ International Meeting within the Schäxpir Festival.  In 2014 a new group of 25 participants met in Warsaw, Poland, during the 18th. ASSITEJ Congress at the Korzak Festival. A group of 38 artists from ‘developing countries’ have been brought together for Augenblick-mal, the 2015 ASSITEJ Artistic Gathering.

Next Generation Placements

ASSITEJ supports Next Generation Placements to provide younger theatre artists, producers and administrators with individual opportunities for international mobility within the field of Theatre for Young Audiences (TYA) and in order to encourage contact and exchange between experienced and emerging artists.

Young people with an interest for and/or experience in TYA will have the opportunity to share experiences, learn and work with artists in other countries within the framework of different projects such as festivals, seminars, workshops, forums, productions, etc.

Any person related to TYA between 18 and 35 years old may apply for a placement through this program, and may apply to ASSITEJ for limited financial support.

More information :  Next Generation placements in 2014 / 2015

About the placements offers

The temporary placements may be offered by companies, centres, networks, festivals or associations and may include participation in festivals, seminars, forums, workshops, productions or any other project within the field of TYA. They will allow younger and emerging artists to have experience in acting, directing, production, playwriting, design, administration, or any TYA related tasks in an international context.

The length and other conditions of the placement may vary.  The placement may or may not include an offer for accommodation, financial support or meals. Each placement offer may be for one or more people. Each offer should be made with a detailed description of the activities involved and other conditions. A contact person should be mentioned in the offer.

The offer for placements should be endorsed by an ASSITEJ Member (National Center, Network or Individual Member)

This callout is for placements offered between June 2015 to December 2016

Placement offer lists will be available on the 13th of April 2015.

To make an offer:

-Offers are accepted throughout the whole year 

FILL OUT the Placements Offer Form HERE!

A list of all offers will be distributed via email to ASSITEJ members in order to assist those who do not check the website regularly.

The role of ASSITEJ in the Next Generation placements

ASSITEJ has the duty to promote the Next Generation Placements by looking for and encouraging new offers, distributing this information among members, publishing the offers on its website and being the contact between offer-makers and applicants when needed.

ASSITEJ will not take any decision about the selection of the applicants nor the condition of the placements. ASSITEJ will only mediate the applications.

Link : NG Facebook page

Write Local. Play Global

is a place populated by…YOU

It’s an online meeting place for people interested in work written for young audiences. Think of it as a virtual café where you can read about, make contact and catch up with people from around the world. You can find out about exciting new work, how writers approach their craft and about organizations that support and develop the work of writers.It’s a community that wants to hear from you when:

  • you see a great new play
  • you have a new work premiering or touring
  • you want to discuss an issue or ask a question about writing for young audiences
  • you or a colleague wins an award for writing (hey, everyone needs applause)
  • there’s an event happening anywhere in the world supporting writers for young audiences

you want to share information from your country or region about TYA (Theatre for Young Audiences) playwrights, and organizations and events supporting and developing their work.

WLPG Logo

 

 

 

See WLPG Website

Small size

Small size, the European Network for the diffusion of performing arts aimed at early childhood (0-6), provides a structure through which to meet, share expertise and exchange knowledge; to develop collaborative projects and disseminateinformation and research.
Through its networking, Small Size aims to promote an awareness of the significance of performing arts for early childhood with objectives that include increasing children’s creative potential along with the comparison of different European cultural traditions.
In addition, it aims to give value to projects and events that support the development of training and educational programmes for early years educators and artists, and for producers and artists creating productions for the early childhood audiences through widening opportunities for research and collaboration.

logo_small_size

More details on : http://www.smallsize.org/
Follow Small size on Facebook
Follow Small size on Twitter

ITYARN

International Theatre for Young Audiences Research Network

ITYARN aims to further academic research on theatre for young audiences (TYA), facilitate exchange, and support the initiation of international cooperation and new research projects.

ITYARN is a collaboration between universities and ASSITEJ international to further research on theatre for young audiences (TYA) coordinated by University of Agder (Norway), the University of Hildesheim (Germany), Arizona State University (USA) and the College of Letters and Science (University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA), The Korean National University of Arts, Seoul, Korea, and the University of Ankara, Turkey.

ityarn_logo

More details on : http://www.ityarn.org/

IIAN

The International Inclusive Arts Network, is an online community for people who are interested in creating, learning or programming inclusive work for young audiences. We’re here to shine a light on this area of excellence and like a virtual late night bar we encourage people to share their thoughts, views and, most importantly, their work under the expansive umbrella of Inclusive Arts for young people.

The network is managed by a core group of artists and companies from around the world. The best way to get in touch is to drop us an email on:

hello@inclusiveartsnetwork.com

We are here to:

  • Inspire future artists
  • Reach larger audiences
  • Promote international connections
  • Be more ambitious
  • Provide a data base of companies across the globe working inclusively

The International Inclusive Arts Network wants to hear from you when:

  • You want to discuss an issue or ask a question about inclusive theatre for young audiences
  • You are producing a new inclusive work
  • You see an inspiring new inclusive theatre show premiering or touring
  • Artists winning awards or recognition for work in this area
  • There’s an event happening anywhere in the world with a focus on Inclusive Arts
  • You want to share information from your country or region about events supporting and developing Inclusive Arts
  • You have the time and energy to help the network grow

We will share information and the latest news opportunities for artists within TYA, and profile events, organizations and people.

So, if you value Inclusive Arts, please join us. You can participate through Facebook, submit blogs, or send information via email at hello@inclusiveartsnetwork.com

So drop by regularly and check out what’s happening – and let us know what’s happening in your part of the world.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Very best wishes, the IIAN team

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More details : http://inclusiveartsnetwork.com/

Las redes profesionales reúnen: teatros, compañías, organizaciones o personas que pese a las diferencias de nacionalidad, cultura y lengua, entre otras, comparten un interés o necesidad común relacionada con el teatro para niños y jóvenes. Dentro de las redes profesionales, las membresías van dirigidas a un área específica de especialización.

Las redes profesionales pueden incluir, por ejemplo: redes de actores, directores, escenógrafos, dramaturgos, investigadores o críticos de la rama del teatro para niños y jóvenes. Las redes pueden también formarse a partir de un tema o idea, por ejemplo: danza para audiencias jóvenes, teatro para la primera infancia, teatro inclusivo, teatro en las escuelas, teatro y educación etc. ASSITEJ promueve la formación de redes artísticas que apoyen actividades en el campo del teatro para niños y jóvenes.

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Next generation programme session at Shäxpir Festival in Linz, 2013

Next Generation

ASSITEJ está comprometida en atraer artistas jóvenes y profesionales del teatro de todo el mundo interesados en el teatro para audiencias jóvenes.

El Programa Next Generation es una iniciativa de ASSITEJ diseñada para apoyar a artistas jóvenes a desarrollar su práctica y promover intercambios internacionales. De esta manera ASSITEJ atrae a jóvenes artistas emergentes interesados en el Teatro para Niños y Jóvenes
ASSITEJ, a través de los programas de Pasantías y Residencias ofrece oportunidades de aprendizaje y hace posible el intercambio internacional así como colaboraciones entre artistas jóvenes.

Residencias Next Generation

Proyecto diseñado para apoyar redes artísticas y culturales, intercambio y colaboración entre artistas dentro de festivales, Encuentros Artísticos de ASSITEJ y otros escenarios internacionales a través de un programa especial de grupo.
El primer grupo Residencia Next Generation se reunió en Adelaida, Australia, durante el XVI Congreso de ASSITEJ. Desde entonces ha habido residencias en Okinawa, Japón (2012) durante el I Encuentro Artístico de ASSITEJ dentro del Kijimuna Festa; en Linz, Austria (2013) durante el II Encuentro Artística de ASSITEJ dentro del Festival Schäxpir. En 2014 un grupo nuevo de 25 participantes se reunieron en Varsovia, Polonia, durante el XVIII Congreso de ASSITEJ en el Festival Korczak. Un grupo de 38 artistas de países en desarrollo fueron reunidos para Augenblick mal!, en el III Encuentro Artístico ASSITEJ 2015.

Pasantías Next Generation

Las Pasantías Next Generation de ASSITEJ ofrecen oportunidades de intercambio internacional a jóvenes artistas, productores y administradores; además promueven encuentros entre artistas experimentados y emergentes. Gente joven con interés y/o experiencia en el teatro para jóvenes audiencias tendrá la oportunidad de compartir aprender y trabajar en otros países, dentro del marco de diferentes proyectos como festivales, seminarios, talleres, foros, producciones, etc.
Cualquier persona relacionada con el teatro para audiencias jóvenes entre 18 y 35 años puede aplicar para una pasantía a través de este programa y puede también aplicar a ASSITEJ por un apoyo económico limitado.

Más información:  Pasantías Next Generation en 2014 / 2015

Sobre las ofertas de Pasantías

Las pasantías pueden ser ofrecidas por compañías, centros, redes, festivales o asociaciones y pueden incluir participación en festivales, seminarios, foros, talleres, producciones y cualquier otro proyecto dentro del campo. Permitirán a los artistas emergentes, tener una experiencia profesional en: actuación, dirección, producción, dramaturgia, diseño, administración, o cualquier tarea relacionada con el teatro para audiencias jóvenes en el contexto internacional.
La duración y otras condiciones de las pasantías pueden variar. La pasantía puede o no, incluir una oferta de alojamiento, apoyo financiero o alimentos. Cada oferta de pasantía puede ser para una o más personas. Cada oferta deberá hacerse junto con una descripción detallada de las actividades y otras condiciones. Deberá mencionarse a una persona de contacto en la oferta.
La oferta de pasantías deberá ser endosada por un miembro de ASSITEJ (Centro Nacional, Red o Miembro Individual).
La convocatoria es para pasantías ofrecidas entre Junio 2015 y Diciembre 2016.
Las listas de ofertas de pasantías estarán disponibles en la página.

Para hacer una oferta:

-Ofertas de pasantías deberán llenarse en línea y pueden hacerse durante todo el año. 

LLENA  la Forma de Ofertas para Pasantías AQUÍ!

Una lista de todas las ofertas será distribuida vía correo electrónico a miembros de ASSITEJ para asistir a aquellos que no revisen la página regularmente.

El papel de ASSITEJ en las pasantías Next Generation

ASSITEJ tiene el deber de promover las pasantías buscando y alentando nuevas ofertas, distribuyendo la información entre miembros, publicando las ofertas en la página y siendo el contacto entre quien las ofrece y los solicitantes.
ASSITEJ no tomará ninguna decisión sobre la selección de solicitantes o la condición de la pasantía. ASSITEJ únicamente mediará las solicitudes.

Link : NG Facebook page

Write Local. Play Global

Es un lugar poblado por… tI

Es un lugar de encuentro en línea para personas interesadas en el trabajo escrito para audiencias jóvenes. Es una especie de café virtual en el que puedes leer sobre dramaturgos de todo el mundo, así como ponerte en contacto con ellos. Puedes enterarte sobre: nuevos trabajos; de qué forma los escritores se acercan a su oficio y sobre organizaciones que apoyan y desarrollan el trabajo de los escritores. Es una comunidad que quiere escucharte cuando:
• Ves un buen estreno.
• Tienes un nuevo estreno o participas en una gira.
• Quieres discutir sobre un tema o preguntar algo sobre la escritura para audiencias jóvenes.
• Tú o un colega recibe algún reconocimiento por escribir (todos necesitan un aplauso).
• Hay un evento sucediendo en cualquier lugar del mundo, apoyando a escritores para audiencias jóvenes.
• Quieres compartir información de tu país o región sobre dramaturgos del teatro para audiencias jóvenes, organizaciones y eventos que apoyan y desarrollan su trabajo.

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Small size

Small Size, la red europea para la difusión de artes escénicas dirigidas a la primera infancia (0-6), proporciona una estructura a través de la cual se puede conocer, compartir experiencias e intercambiar conocimientos; para desarrollar proyectos colaborativos y diseminar información e investigación.
A través del trabajo en red, Small Size aspira a promover el conocimiento sobre el significado de las artes escénicas a temprana edad, con objetivos que incluyen incrementar el potencial creativo de los niños así como la comparación de diferentes tradiciones culturales.
Además, pretende dar valor a proyectos y eventos que apoyan el entrenamiento y desarrollo de programas para educadores en las artes y para artistas y productores que trabajan para público de temprana edad, abriendo oportunidades de investigación y colaboración.

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ITYARN

Red Internacional de Investigación para Audiencias Jóvenes

ITYARN, aspira a fomentar la investigación académica en el campo del teatro para audiencias jóvenes (TYA), facilita intercambios, apoya la cooperación internacional y promueve nuevos proyectos de investigación.
Para impulsar la investigación ITYARN trabaja de manera coordinada con ASSITEJ y las siguientes universidades : Universidad de Agder (Noruega), la Universidad de Hildesheim (Alemania), la Universidad Estatal de Arizona (EUA) y el Colegio de Letras y Ciencias (Universidad de Wisconsin-Madison, EUA), la Universidad Nacional Coreana de las Artes, Seúl (Corea), y la Universidad de Ankara (Turquía).

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IIAN

La Red Inclusiva Internacional de Artes , es una comunidad en línea para personas interesadas en crear, aprender o programar trabajos inclusivos para audiencias jóvenes. Estamos aquí para iluminar esta área de excelencia, y como un bar nocturno virtual, alentamos a la gente a compartir sus pensamientos, puntos de vista y, lo más importante, su trabajo bajo el paraguas de las Artes Inclusivas para gente joven.

La red es gestionada por un grupo de artistas y compañías alrededor del mundo. La mejor manera de contactarnos es enviando un correo a:

hello@inclusiveartsnetwork.com

Estamos aquí para:

  • Inspirar futuros artistas
  • Alcanzar mayor audiencia
  • Ser más ambiciosos
  • Proporcionar una base de datos de compañías alrededor del mundo trabajando inclusivamente

La Red Inclusiva Internacional de Artes quiere escucharte cuando:

  • Quieras discutir algún tema o preguntar sobre el teatro inclusivo para audiencias jóvenes
  • Estas produciendo una obra inclusiva nueva
  • Hay un espectáculo nuevo e inspirador de teatro inclusivo estrenando o en gira
  • Artistas recibiendo reconocimientos por su trabajo en esta área
  • Quieres compartir información de tu país o región sobre eventos que apoyen y desarrollen Arte Inclusivo/li>
  • Tienes el tiempo y energía para ayudar a que la red crezca

Compartiremos información y las noticias más actuales; oportunidades para artistas del teatro para audiencias jóvenes; perfilaremos eventos, organizaciones y personas.

Si valoras las Artes Inclusivas, por favor únete. Puedes participar a través de Facebook, blogs, o enviando información a: hello@inclusiveartsnetwork.com

Así que revisa la página regularmente para enterarte de lo que está pasando – y haznos saber qué sucede en tu comunidad.

Nuestros mejores deseos, el equipo de IIAN.

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Emerging Networks

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