In the next few years, the German ITI will focus its worldwide activities on Europe and increase its support „for open and democratic structures in a Europe of common cultures“, as the president announced in the context of the ITI annual assembly „Perspective Post-Europe“. For more information about the annual assembly, the presentation of the ITI Prize to Milo Rau, and the new board, please see here: Press release 10.04.2016 (PDF)
The (equally pugnacious and) controversial Swiss author, theatre and film director Milo Rau was awarded the ITI Prize on World Theatre Day. Read morePictures of the awarding ceremony at Schaubühne more
The Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media in cooperation with the ITI offers the “Theaterpreis des Bundes” as an acknowledgement for exceptional performances of small and middle size municipal theatres.
The website of the Berlin Theater Archives provides an insight into various theater institutions in Berlin.
Together with the Robert Bosch Stiftung we support cross-border cooperations in the Performinng Arts between partners from the German-speaking realm together with a partner from North Africa or Eastern Europe. Up to 10 projects can be supported to develop an artistic project together up to two years. more
The touring artists Forum is online: Share your international work experiences with other artists and cultural professionals. Ask your questions, find answers. more
The new “Refugees welcome” section is now available in English as well. In this section touring artists 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. more