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To be held on Sunday 5 March 2023

International Children’s and Youth Theatre Digital Conference

  • What have we Learned?
  • What more can be done?
  • Giving the kids a voice..

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The CYTheatre online Conference (to be held on Sunday 5 March 2023)

 
Are you looking for ways to improve and expand your educational theatre program or want new inspiration after the long struggles during the pandemic? The AITA/IATA CYTheatre group have put together a diverse and fascinating one-day online programme, via Zoom, for those interested or involved in theatre with children and young people.
 
The program includes international speakers like Fredyl Hernandez from the Philippines; Lilian Mbabazi from Uganda; Liliana Galvan from Peru; Galo Ivan Granda Sarmiento from Ecuador; and Shoaib-Iqbal from Pakistan
 
Keynote speaker, Professor Gillian McNally the University of Northern Colorado will speak about the importance for children and youth to have the ability to work with theatre and her experience on working with theatre for the very young.
 
Edith Coen from Belgium, who is working on her Masters and interviewed amateur theatre organisations about the impact of COVID and other issues on their theatre’s young people and youth programmes, will report on her findings.
 
Those who sign up will be asked to pay a small fee, €35 or 10 depending on what country you come from. If you are NOT already a Member of AITA/IATA and are interested to join, you can do it now and get the conference for free. More information on how to join AITA/IATA HERE.
 
For Youth: for young people, there will be free online workshops, one each in French, English and Spanish.
The programme for the day is now available at the links above this post. 

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