ASSITEJ International – July 21

International update from Sue Giles AM – President ASSITEJ International

Greetings to you all across Australia and in all the various stages of lockdown or otherwise. We’re thinking always of those who’ve had to cancel, shut down or postpone art in this time and know the terrible drain on spirit, mind and body this creates.

Our ASSITEJ colleagues across the world are also coping with enormous challenges and our aim in this time is to make connection possible through conversation online, and find ways to assist and support with resources, collaboration and sharing of practice.

We’d love to hear of discussions, presentations and research underway –  ways to share the deeper conversations that help us all with advocacy for this sector.

Warm regards,

Sue Giles

ASSITEJ Executive Committee – new working groups

The Executive Committee of ASSITEJ is divided into 4 working groups – Policies and Protocols, Networking,  Communications and Assitej online.  The new working groups recognise the changes in our sector and the way the world works, including responding to an increased desire to meet and talk. Our next offer to the community is a series of online conversations in September, October and November – stay tuned. https://www.assitej-international.org/en/


NEWS FROM ASSITEJ International Networks

ASSITEJ International has several ongoing international networks. Read more here. http://www.assitej-international.org/en/networks-in-assitej/

Diversity, Representation and Culture in TYA: 4th ITYARN Book. Available to purchase, or you can read on chapter for free.

WLPG is honoured to present the 2021 ASSITEJ Inspirational Playwrights – Maria Ines Falconi (Argentina), Omphile Molusi (South Africa), and Suzan Zeder (USA). Read more about these playwrights.

  • Young Dance Network

Children and their Grown-ups Showcase. 29 Sep to 2 Oct 2021. An opportunity to engage with Dance for young audiences sector. From 0 to 30 Euros.

  • IIAN International Inclusive Arts Network. Catch up with the latest offerings from the IIAN on Facebook.
  • Small Size (Early Years network)
    Nominations for the Valeria Fabetti Award close on the 31st August, 2021. The award recognises people (artists, pedagogues, researchers, politicians, cultural operators…) or institutions that have deservingly promoted the development and dissemination, in Bologna and worldwide, of performing arts for very, very young children (0-3 years old).