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  • 2018 - 70 Jahre Internationales Theaterinstitut

  • Draußen vor der Tür, Adrian Linke in der Rolle des Beckmann, Theater Krefeld-Mönchengladbach 2014, Regie: Matthias Gehrt, Foto: Matthias Stutte

  • Draußen vor der Tür, Alon Openhaim in der Rolle des Beckmann, Tmuna Theatre Tel Aviv 2017, Regie: Matthias Gehrt, Foto: Eyal Landesman

  • euro-scene Leipzig 2017: IT'S SCHILLER! | www.theknightsofmalta-tragedy.eu | Foto: Matthias Zielfeld

  • Theater der Welt 2017 in Hamburg. ITI in the Box, Foto: Jeannette Franke

  • Luk Perceval im Gespräch mit ITI-Ehrenmitglied Manfred Beilharz | Kantor-Nacht im ITI | Foto: Jeannette Franke

  • Performance Carcero | ITI-Weltkongress Segovia 2017 | Foto: ITI

  • Power of Diversity - the Crossing Lines Projekt, Aktionstheater PAN.OPTIKUM | Fotografin: Jennifer Rohrbacher

  • „Physisches Theater“ – Deutsch-französischer Workshop, ITI - Mime Centrum Berlin

Internationale Übersetzerwerkstatt Mülheim

„Übersetzer*innen sind die Brückenbauer für den Dialog zwischen den Kulturen“:

Teilnehmer*innen aus zehn Ländern ausgewählt!

Zusammen mit dem Mülheimer „Stücke“-Festival lädt das deutsche Zentrum des Internationalen Theaterinstituts (ITI) für die Zeit vom 25. Mai bis 03. Juni 2018 Übersetzer*innen und Theaterexpert*innen zur 19. Internationalen Übersetzerwerkstatt nach Mülheim ein. Das Stipendium des Goethe-Instituts für eine/n Expert*in aus internationaler Theaterpraxis, Kunst und Wissenschaft geht 2018 an Yena Gim (Südkorea).

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70 Years of ITI - World Theatre Day 2018

Five World Regions - Five Messengers

To celebrate the 70th Anniversary of the International Theatre Institute and to underline the cross-cultural and international aspect of theatre and of ITI, the Executive Council has selected five message authors to write a message – one from each of the five UNESCO Regions: Africa, the Americas, Arab Countries, Asia Pacific and Europe. The authors of the  Messages of World Theatre Day 2018 are:

Asia Pacific: Ram Gopal BAJAJ, India
Arab countries: Maya ZBIB, Lebanon
Europe: Simon MC BURNEY, UK
The Americas: Sabina BERMAN, Mexico
Africa: Wèrê Wèrê LIKING, Ivory Coast

www.world-theatre-day.org

Music Theatre NOW

Wettbewerb für neue Oper und zeitgenössisches Musiktheater

Das Music Theatre NOW Network des Internationalen Theaterinstituts (ITI) ruft zur Teilnahme am weltweiten Wettbewerb für neue Oper und zeitgenössisches Musiktheater auf.
Gesucht werden große oder kleine Opern und Musiktheater-Produktionen, Ein-Mann/Frau-Produktionen oder solche für kleine und kleinste Spielorte sowie Werke für Opernhäuser und Festivals, die seit Juli 2015 realisiert und uraufgeführt wurden. Die Jury wird 10 Werke als Gewinner des Wettbewerbs auswählen und zum vierten Music Theatre NOW Meeting einladen, das im Mai 2019 im Rahmen des internationalen Festivals Operadagen Rotterdam stattfinden wird. Dort haben die Preisträger*innen die einmalige Gelegenheit, ihre Arbeiten einem internationalen Fachpublikum vorzustellen – und die Chance, Gastspieleinladungen zu erhalten.

 Bewerbungen bis 30. Juni 2018.

ITI ARTISTS RIGHTS NEWSFEED

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Information portal

The mobility information portal for international artists.

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.

ITI gathers information on the status of artists in Europe

 

Artists from, e.g., Germany who would like to get information on production possibilities and contact persons in, e.g., Belgium, Bulgaria or Spain, will gain easier access to this information in the future. The ITI Germany following an initiative of the European Secretariat of German Culture NGOs starts compiling information on the status of artists and the support of the performing arts in Europe.

As of March 2018, the collected information will be available online. The collection is a cooperation project with the European Network of Information Centres for the Performing Arts ( ENICPA) and national organisations of the performing arts in several European countries as well as the German Association of Independent Performing Arts ( Bundesverband Freie Darstellende Künste).

 

 

Europe in Atumn – Two Network Meetings

Culture Action Europe (CAE) and IETM, the international network for contemporary performing arts, organized their plenary meetings this autumn in Brussels and Rome.The slogans were "Belonging and Becoming" - related to the upcoming European Year of Cultural Heritage,, and "Can we Talk?" - on art in the age of populism.

Both reports, with videos from keynotes and discussions, are online: CAE, ietm.

 

 

Mime Centrum Berlin

The MCB, a permanent project of the German ITI centre, is an open place of production, training, cooperation and international exchange. Our  media library offers access to an extensive documentation on dance and theater, theatre training and cultural education from Germany and abroad. We are hosting also the archive of  Music Theatre Now. The videos are accessible free of costs via 6 viewing stations. Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10.00-17.00, Tue: 10.00 - 20.00. MCB offers also dayly training in body movement  more

ITI yearbook 2017

Freedom and democ­racy- these are the values, which must be defended worldwide

Especially in the past year the rights and the freedom of artists were seriously threatened and restrained by the raising populism and religious fanatism.

On the occasion of the many censorship actions in Poland, Hungary or Russia (which massively restricted the artists in their work opportunities) the annual of ITI for 2017 is focusing on the symptomatical developments of nationalism and populism, which try to hinder a democratic and culturally open togetherness. The yearbook is thematically continuing the row of the past two annuals of ITI „Understanding“ (2015) und „Who is Europe?“ (2016). The annual is accessible  here.