The participants of the 24th International Workshop "Translating Theater" have been selected.
The next MEET-UP will take place on March, 20th in ACUD MACHT NEU.
Call for applications
Zum 01. Mai 2023 sucht die Geschäftsstelle des ITI eine:n Praktikant:in (m/w/d) für die ITI Academy.
Call for applications
From 16 to 22 May 2023, STUDIO2 will be hosting its artistic research residency STUDIO2 x tanz:digital.
The next three editions of DIALOGRAUM will take place on 08.02, 09.03 and 12.04 from 16.00 - 17.30 CET via Zoom.
The next editions of LESERAUM will take place on 01.02, 01.03 and 5.04 from 16.00 - 17.30 CET via Zoom.
The International Theatre Institute (ITI Center Germany) is working together with an editorial team of translators and authors on the development and…
In accordance with its statutes, the German ITI promotes mutual understanding of the world's theater cultures. It promotes the freedom of artistic expression and the preservation and development of the cultural diversity of theatrical forms of expression and production. In cooperation with the other ITI centers and artistic partners, its range of tasks extends to information work, consulting and organization.
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The Media Library for Dance and Theater is one of the most extensive audiovisual documentation and archive centers for contemporary performing arts in Germany. Open to the public, it is a place of scholarly exchange and experimental artistic access to the archive as a thinking space. Regular introductions for school classes, seminar groups as well as consultations for artists are part of the offer. National and international workshops and conferences on archival practice in the performing arts are organized by the staff.
Studio2 is a 160 square meter workspace for the performing arts in Berlin's Kunstquartier Bethanien. The studio offers especially emerging artists the possibility to conduct rehearsals and workshops, movement research and methodological research, but also the artistic development of productions. At the interface of the arts towards theatrical-theoretical, technological and archival practice, it is a place of practice-oriented-artistic encounter, open to all who are concerned with movement in space.
touring artists provides information and advice on all issues related to artistic, curatorial and organisational practices that arise in the context of international and transnational work. For this purpose, the website www.touring-artists.info provides information on topics such as social security, taxes, visa and residency, customs, funding, copyright law, status of artists and contracts. This information is available in various languages. Solutions to administrative challenges are developed mutually within free individual consultations. Workshops provide introductions to the specific administrative dimensions of transnational artistic work.