• 홍보&자료
  • 아시테지(ASSITEJ)의 새로운 소식을 전해드립니다.
Home > 뉴스레터
  • 뉴스레터
  • 2022년 3월
  • 아시테지 세계본부 뉴스레터 No.132
  • 조회수 : 29

If you can't read the email, please click here to read it in your browser

 
 
 
 
 
World Day of Theatre
for Children & Young People
 
 

March 20th, 2022

 
 
Our young audiences and participants are more in need of art, culture, theatre and performance than ever before.
 

 

World Day of Theatre is a vital marker in the ASSITEJ Year and ASSITEJ urges everyone to “Take a Child to the Theatre today” – a reminder of the responsibility of the adults around children and young people to enable their arts experiences as much as they can. 

 

Taking a child to the theatre means re-connecting with live performance, with ideas and emotions, with human to human connection and it means upholding the rights of children and young people to arts and culture and to freedom of self-expression. Listening to children and young people is terribly important – hearing them and accepting the need for change is even more so.

To quote the Manifesto of ASSITEJ, we believe that much more needs to be done to meet all countries’ obligations with respect to Articles 13 and 31 of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

This is especially true in light of the current pandemic, the crisis of conflict that plays out in so many countries around the world, and the urgent need for equity and equal opportunities for every child to live in a sustainable, safe and healthy world. Arts and culture allow us to imagine the world we wish to create for and with our children and young people, and are therefore crucial as we take action to ensure better conditions for our societies.

Now is the time when live theatre and performance is most needed as a reassurance that imagination can conquer fear. This is a time when the courage and conviction of artists who make Theatre and performance for Young Audiences all around the world can help to create space for release, catharsis, and the expression of joy in children and young people everywhere. We have seen such inventive, determined creation, such commitment, and we know by examples from all our members, the dedication to keep making theatre and performance for the very youngest through to young adults has not faded. We are a community that has become stronger.

Children and young people have felt the impact of loss of socialisation, of confidence and hope and this has deeply affected their mental health; decision-makers everywhere are sitting up and taking notice. Our young audiences and participants are more in need of art, culture, theatre and performance than ever before; those essential experiences that provide openings, broader points of view, the possibility of impossibility, fun and wonder, beauty and emotion; experiences that give meaning to a chaotic world and remind us of the bonds of humanity.

 

Sue Giles AM
President of ASSITEJ 
 

 

LER EM PORTUGUÊS > LEER EN ESPAÑOL > 阅读中文 > AUF DEUTSCH LESEN > ΔΙΑΒΆΣΤΕ ΣΤΑ ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΆ > ČITAJTE NA SRPSKOM > LIRE EN FRANÇAIS > READ IN UKRAINIAN > PRZECZYTAJ PO POLSKU > إقرأ باللغة العربية > NA HRVATSKOM JEZIKU > НА РУССКОМ > SVENSK > READ IN ESTONIAN > Citeste în Limba Românã >

 
 

HEAR THE MESSAGE

 
 
 
 
#takeachildtothetheatre
 
 

Let's make March 20th a day to remember by celebrating performing arts for children and young people today! #takeachildtothetheatre

All ASSITEJ Members, professionals and friends of Theatre for young audience are invited to join the campaign, and to take initiatives in order to communicate and concretize the watchword: “Take a child to the theatre, today”

You can find all resources on our website.

 

 
 
 
 
Upcoming ASSITEJ Events
 
 
 
 
ASSITEJ Coffee Session
 
Sustainability
 

ASSITEJ International & Bibu Biennial invites you to a Coffee Session on Sustainability. 

Hear among others from the interesting initiative Sustainable Performing Arts NOW (Bæredygtig Scenekunst NU). 

Date: 21 March 2022

Session A: 9 am CET 

See the time in your time zone

REGISTER HERE

Session B: 3 pm CET 

See the time in your time zone

REGISTER HERE

 
ASSITEJ Artistic Gathering 2022
 
Book your tickets now!
 

After more than two years of the pandemic, ASSITEJ Artistic Gathering 2022 & Bibu Biennial is the place to be to reconnect with your international colleagues. 

The central topic for the conversations will be Sustainable Development. The performance program consists of performances by Indigenous Performing Artists.

🌍 Helsinborg, SWE
🗓 17 - 22 May 2022
 

SEE THE PROGRAM

 
 
 
 
Inclusive Arts: Attend the inspiring program online
 
 

The International Inclusive Arts Network of ASSITEJ is inviting you to attend the inspiring program of Catch the Wave. The program includes a rich series of conversations, workshops and performances focused on inclusive performing arts for young audiences. 

See more on catchthewave.assitejonline.org

 

🌍 Online & Esbjerg, DEN
🗓 29 March - 2 April 2022

 
 
 
 

Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union. The European Union cannot be held responsible for them.

 

 
 
ASSITEJ International Secretary

Farvergade 10, Copenhagen
Denmark

 

You received this email because you signed up on our website.

 
Unsubscribe
 
 
MailerLite
 

To unsubscribe from our newsletter, please click here to proceed