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  • 아시테지 세계본부 뉴스레터 No.130
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What are our superpowers?
By Jon Dafydd–Kidd, member of the Executive Committee of ASSITEJ

 

Each three year cycle of ASSITEJ is structured around a Dramaturgy. The Executive Committee have been exploring the many elements that pull together and need consideration to build this narrative. There have been rich conversations about experiences of the last cycle and what is needed as we continue to grow through our varied experiences of the pandemic.

In a session generating dramaturgy ideas, the brilliant Tatiana Bobrova offered ‘superpowers’ as an idea to play with – what are our (ASSITEJ’s) superpowers? What do they achieve? Who benefits from them? What are we missing? It generated a lot of thinking, and fun discussion.

Through the pandemic, we have been able to develop the superpower of connectedness. Conversations, meetings, and gatherings have supported people to feel less isolated. But these  have also highlighted differences and needs: in how we connect with technology, within each cultural context, with creating access for disabled people and being inclusive (in the expansive meaning of the word), and with varying economies. The past 18 months have created a wealth of new learning to build upon. As an EC we decided that Regenerating is an important way to think actively about the changes ahead. 

Moving quickly towards the Bibu hosted Artistic Gathering of 2022, the festival asks to ‘leave no one behind’. This connects strongly with the first year of our dramaturgy, Regenerating: ‘Handle with Care’. As we progress through the next three years, it is with strength in solidarity across borders, political lines, and financial barriers. It is with the space to stop and listen with intent, as equally to those next to us as those across the world. And, it is through helping the re-growth that is starting to glimmer through across the globe.

 

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News from ASSITEJ
 
Discover the three year dramaturgy of ASSITEJ
 

ASSITEJ has developed a new three-year artistic dramaturgy in order to promote exchange, the building of networks and new directions in TYA. 

ASSITEJ proposes a three-year shape that works with the idea of regenerating across our gatherings, communications, articles and campaigns.

Read more >  | Leer en español > | Ler em português > 

 
 
Send us your submissions for the online ASSITEJ Magazine 2022!
 

ASSITEJ will create an online magazine that communicates through images, films and text. Both visuals and text should address the theme, Regenerating: handle with care.

This magazine calls for articles that envision the dramaturgy from numerous artistic perspectives. 

🌎🌍🌏 Online
⏰ October 31st, 2021
 

Read the call >>> 

 
 
 
Call for performances: Artistic Gathering 2022 Bibu
 

Bibu and ASSITEJ Artistic Gathering 2022 welcome innovative international applications that are visioned, produced and creatively led by Indigenous Performing Artists,directed towards an audience of children, youth and families.

 

 Apply now! | Leer en español > | Lire en français > | Ler em português >

 

🌍 Helsinborg, SWE
🗓 17 - 22 May 2022
⏰ October 1st, 2021

   

 

 
 
 
TYA News from around the world
 
 
Theatre & Community Gardens in Wales
 

ASSITEJ UK 

Theatr na nÓg and Cefn Saeson Comprehensive School have been awarded a new garden package by environmental charity Keep Wales Tidy. They are one of the first organisations and schools in the country to benefit from this year’s Local Places for Nature scheme.

Read more >

 
 
Communicating Vessels & In-Forma 2021
 

ASSITEJ Italy

The sixth edition of ASSITEJ In-Forma, a national event organised for and by the members of ASSITEJ Italy, is the sign of a restart: a precious opportunity to confront the renewed imaginary and post-lockdown effects on children, families, school, and theatre. 

More info >

 
ASSITEJ China presents Ms Feng Li as President
 

ASSITEJ China 

Elected by the presidium meeting of the ASSITEJ China Centre, Feng Li, the president of China National Theatre of Children, now officially takes the role of the president of the ASSITEJ China Centre.

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Theatre embraces Haiti – A humanitarian aid project
 

ASSITEJ Cuba - CBTIJ/ASSITEJ Brasil - Ibero-American Network 

 

A partnership between ASSITEJ Cuba and CBTIJ/ASSITEJ Brasil, with the support of the Ibero-American Network of the International Association of Theater for Young Audiences (ASSITEJ), plans emergency fundraising actions. The amounts collected will be fully allocated to the emergency action plan of the ASSITEJ national center in Haiti.

Learn how you can help >

 
News from Brazil
 

CBTIJ/ASSITEJ Brazil

Read about the project Art as Science, humanitarian aid for Haiti and ASSITEJ Regional Workshops 2021 first postponed due to the pandemic, that will finally take place in an online version, from September 6 to 11.

Read more >

 
 
 
 
Calls & Opportunities
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ASSITEJ Korea
 
Asian Performing Arts Residence Program
 

Theater Company MINDEULLE is preparing for the 9th Asian Performing Arts Residence online. This Residence is a TYA Residence designed to develop children’s performances. This residence program is an online program through ZOOM and will be held from 23th September to 29th October 2021.

🌎🌍🌏 Online + Korea
🗓 23 Sept – 29 Oct 2021
⏰ 10 Sept 2021
 

Discover the residency opportunity >  

 
 
 
 
Upcoming Events
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SEGNI d’Autunno & TEEN project
 

ASSITEJ Italy 

 

 

Created in 2006 SEGNI New Generations Festival is an exclusive event in Italy, an international art event addressed to children and young people from 18 months to 18 years old. The event is dedicated to schools, families, and those who love theatre and the languages of art. They also welcome new partners for the TEEN project!

 

🌍 Mantua, ITA
🗓 23 Oct- 1 Nov 2021

More info >

 
Announcing IPAY’s CultureCrew 2021!
 

 USA

IPAY CultureCrew Festival is a virtual global gathering around youth-selected performing arts featuring 14 productions for young audiences from around the world and a series of developmental learning opportunities. The two week-long virtual event fulfills IPAY’s mission to connect the international PYA community through mutual learning, global gathering and marketplace opportunities. It also forwards our commitment to becoming a more youth-centered organization.

🌎🌍🌏 Live + Online
🗓 11 – 22 October 2021

 

More info >

 
 
 
 
23rd Blumenau National TYA Festival – FENATIB
 

ASSITEJ Brazil

 

Like other national and international theatre festivals in Brazil, the traditional FENATIB has also moved to online platforms. A festival held dear by all theatre practitioners in Brazil, FENATIB is also one of the longest-living festivals in the country.

🌎🌍🌏 Brazil + Online
⏰ Available until Sept. 10

 

More info >

 
 
Children & Their Grown-Ups
 

UK 

 

 

Join this symposium bringing together creators, programmers and audiences for new dance for young people with a programme of industry talks, networking, and new performances!

🌎🌍🌏 Online & Live
🗓 29 Sep – 2 Oct 2021

 

More info >

 
Festival STRUS
 

ASSITEJ Ukraine

“The First Academic Ukrainian Theatre for Children and Youth” (Lviv) will carry out The International Festival-Competition of Multi-genre Scenic Art for Young Audience STRUS.
 

🌍 Lviv, Ukraine
🗓 5 – 9 Oct 2021

 

More info >

 

 

 
 
 
Article Section
 
Knowledge - Experiences - Reflections
 
 
Better Than Us—Better Than Nothing
 

by Olga Zaets

In this article, Olga Zaets shares her experience of programming and carrying out the first international online theatre festival for young people – “Better Than Us”, Russia. Its first edition took place in May, and the second in June in the challenging year 2020.

from the 2021 digital ASSITEJ Magazine

 
Read the article
 
 
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