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  • Open Call: Next Generation Programme

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    ASSITEJ Artistic Gathering  Kristiansand, Norway, 2-7 September 2019 Introduction to ASSITEJ’s Next Generation program Are you an emerging artist aged... Read more →

    ASSITEJ Artistic Gathering  Kristiansand, Norway, 2-7 September 2019

    Introduction to ASSITEJ’s Next Generation program

    Are you an emerging artist aged 36 or below seeking international exchange and collaboration opportunities?

    The Next Generation Program is an ASSITEJ initiative, designed to support artistic and cultural exchange and collaboration between young international artists interested in theatre for young audiences. It is a residency program for 25 artists from all over the world. About half of the participants will be recruited from Norway and the other Nordic and Baltic countries.

    Welcome to an intensive and mind-blowing artistic and professional experience shared with your peers from all over the world, in the picturesque coastal town of Kristiansand, Norway!

    The NG program at ASSITEJ Artistic Gathering 2019 (AAG2019) will include:

    ASSITEJ Norway and the SAND festival will provide:

    Next Generation participants are expected to fundraise for their own travel. However, applicants who are accepted to the program may apply for a partial travel grant from ASSITEJ, amounting to up to 500 USD per person. The number of travel grants is limited and dependent on funds raised through Friends of ASSITEJ.

    Next Generation is an inclusive program and we urge artists with disabilities to apply.
    Apply by filling out the registration form before 15 November 2018:

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  • OPEN CALL – Next Generation Programme China

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    The Next Generation Programme at ASSITEJ Artistic Gathering 2018. The Next Generation Programme is an ASSITEJ initiative, designed to support artistic and... Read more →

    The Next Generation Programme at ASSITEJ Artistic Gathering 2018.

    The Next Generation Programme is an ASSITEJ initiative, designed to support artistic and cultural exchange and collaboration between international artists interested in theatre for young audiences aged 36 years or below, at ASSITEJ events. A Residency programme for 30 artists from China and around the world will be held in Beijing over the period of ASSITEJ Artistic Gathering 2018 from 18-24 August 2018.

     

    The NG programme at ASSITEJ Artistic Gathering 2018 (AAG2018) will include:

    ASSITEJ China and China National Theatre for Children will provide:

    Next Generation participants are expected to fundraise for their own travel to the event.
    However, Next Generation applicants who are accepted to the programme may apply for a partial travel grant from ASSITEJ, amounting to up to 500 USD per person. The number of travel grants is limited and dependent on funds raised through Friends of ASSITEJ.

    As an inclusive programme, Next Generation welcomes applications from deaf and disabled artists.

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  • Open Call for initiators – Next Generation activities

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    The Next Generation Network aims to increase opportunities for early-career artists to participate in Next generation projects for the benefit... Read more →

    The Next Generation Network aims to increase opportunities for early-career artists to participate in Next generation projects for the benefit of participants and in order to invigorate the world of theatre for young audiences.

     We are interested in hearing from any organisations, festivals or individuals who might be interested in creating a new Next Generation residency, placement programme or NG project as part of their own activities outside of the annual ASSITEJ Artistic Gatherings.

    –        Could hosting a group of international early-career artists, producers or administrators add value to your prorgamme?

    –        Could you bring together NG alumni (previous participants) from your own country or region to build on their experiences and to share skills?

    –        Are there funding opportuntiies the network could help you tap into for a new NG initiative?

     

    Projects could be led by an established theatre or festival with no previous NG experience or by a NG alumni working with their National Centre or host organisation.

     If you are interested in any of the above or would like to discuss how we can support you to set up a NG project, we would love to hear from you. For more info please email Nina at theatreproject@hotmail.com

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