ASSITEJ ITALIA was born thanks to 22 founders, which are being joined by many new members.

These are individuals and companies that share objectives and commitment with Assitej Italia. All of them are active in the field of theatre for young audiences.

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Assitej Italia

ASSITEJ is a worldwide association that brings together hundreds of theatres and other artistic and cultural organisations through more than 80 National centres. Since 1965, ASSITEJ connects artists and companies professionally active in the field of theatre for young audiences, and strives to promote quality and cultural significance of theatre for children and young people.

 

ASSITEJ Italia, the Italian section of the worldwide association, was (re)founded at the beginning of 2014, taking up the legacy of ATIG – the Italian Association of Theatre for Children and Young People, founded in 1967 – and willing to develop its aims and commitment to theatre and artistic creation for children, young people and families through new national and international projects.

Opportunities

Why join us

Training

We promote and support trainings for professionals, with new instruments that can improve and develop their activity in TYA.

Meetings

Assitej Italia facilitates the exchange of ideas, experience, practice and research as a tool to further the sharing of knowledge on a national and international level.

Working Tables

To move from discussion to concrete action, to resolve any impasse, to develop actions of common benefit for the members.

Partnership

As a member of Assitej International, Assitej Italia supports its work and actively cooperates both with the worldwide network and the member networks.

Networking

Assitej Italia promotes the sharing of knowledge on a national and international level.

Events

Assitej Italia promotes, organises and supports festivals, projects, conferences, exhibitions and other activities on a national and international level.

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