Wir freuen uns für: das Theater Naumburg, die Theater und Philharmonie Thüringen in Gera und Altenburg, das Lichthof Theater in Hamburg, das tanzhaus nrw in Düsseldorf, das E.T.A. Hoffmann Theater in Bamberg, das tjg theater junge generation in Dresden und die Sophiensaele und die Schaubude in Berlin.
Nährere Informationen zur Verleihung, Fotos, Jurybegründungen und den Ablauf des Symposiums finden Sie hier.
During a three-day Congress Prologue students are presenting the work at the Student Festival (14 to 16 July). During the main Congress (17 to 22 July), the delegates of ITI are discussing, coordinating and planning the next period of ITI, choosing their leaders, accepting the future plans and setting an accent on what is most important for the development of their organization. A multitude of workshops, presentations, keynote speeches and performances are enriching the Congress for all participants. Part of the Congress is the International Dance Symposium, intended to strengthen dance in ITI. An Open Space is dedicated to the artistic nature of ITI. An ITI Centres Speed Dating should bring the main members of ITI, the Centres, in close collaboration all over the world. A strong accent has been set on Young Practitioners. All the Congress partners are working together to make this event a most memorable event (Tobias Biancone, Director General ITI).
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‘Theater der Welt 2017’ presents 45 productions from across the globe. Artists from every continent are invited to Hamburg – artists whose original and influential signature works push forward the development of performing arts and highlight the spectrum of international theatrical development: drama, performance, dance, literature, but also the crossover with visual arts, film and music. Collaborations with other Hamburg artists expand the programme and integrate Hamburg’s international cultural scene.
THE HARBOUR: A STAGE AND SPACE FOR INVESTIGATION
Hamburg lives off the harbour and it lives alongside the harbour. ‘Theater der Welt 2017’ takes the harbour as an inspiration and as a venue. The harbour is a gigantic marketplace for international trade, it’s the site of arrivals and departures and also a place loaded with poetic significance: a place for welcomes and farewells, for wanderlust and home sickness, for awakenings and the joy of discovery, for births and deaths – with water as the source of all life.
Touring Artists is a digital information platform which provides answers to questions regarding international mobility for artists and persons engaged in the cultural sector in Germany as well as those who want to work in Germany. ( more)
The new “ Refugees welcome” section provides information, tips, and experience-based knowledge geared towards refugee artists in Germany as well as people engaged in the arts and cultural sector in Germany who (would like to) work with refugees.
Change of scene supports the development of international cooperation projects between a theatre or an indipendent theatre company from the German-speaking world (Germany, Austria, Switzerland) and artists from either central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe or North Africa. Change of Scene is a funding programme of the Robert Bosch Stiftung in partnership with the German centre of the International Theatre Institute.
You can find an overview of all the upcoming events here.
The ITI Germany and the festival “Stücke” have been inviting translators and theatre experts to the international translators’ workshop in Mülheim since 1985, an event that, as of now, is no longer going to be held biannually but on an annual basis. The announcement was made by the Head of the German ITI, Thomas Engel, in the light of the introduction of this year’s “Stücke” programme.
The participants of the international translators’ workshop 2017, from May 12th to 21st, are: more