Jul 082015
 

Front cover Biennial Review July 2015

AITA/IATA is proud to announce the publication of its first Biennial Review 2013 – 2015.

The Review is in the three official languages of AITA/IATA and looks at the work of the organisation under the headings: Connect, Commit, Collaborate; Current Creativity including Children and Youth; Cash Matters; and Casting the Net – looking to the future.

It highlights the AITA/IATA Mission – To Promote Understanding and Education Through Theatre – and lists the Executive Board and Regional Representatives. Continue reading »

May 072015
 

Logo iata 250These are the guidelines for hosting a World Festival of either Children’s Theatre or Youth Theatre. The text is below and HERE is a PDF of the document.

RULES AND GUIDELINES FOR THE WORLD FESTIVAL OF CHILDREN’S THEATRE

Introduction

The AITA/IATA Standing Committee for Children and Youth believes: Continue reading »

May 072015
 

Logo iata 250These are the guidelines that applicants must use if they wish to host an AITA/IATA asbl World Festival if Children’s Theatre. The text is below and HERE is a PDF of the document.

STEP ONE: PRELIMINARY PROPOSAL

Any candidate wishing to be considered to host a World Festival of Children’s Theatre must submit a preliminary proposal in writing to the AITA/IATA Secretariat for consideration by the Standing Committee on Children and Youth (SCCY). Continue reading »

May 072015
 

Logo iata 250These are the procedures to follow if you wish to bid to host the AITA/IATA asbl World Forum and International Theatre Festival. The text is below and HERE is a PDF of the document.

PROCEDURES FOR CANDIDATES

Any candidate wishing to host the World Congress and International Festival must first submit a preliminary proposal to the AITA/IATA asbl Executive Board. Continue reading »

May 072015
 

Logo iata 250These are the guidelines that applicants must use if they wish to apply for official AITA/IATA asbl status for their festival or drama event. The text is below and HERE is the PDF of the document.

INTRODUCTION

Any applicant wishing to apply for official AITA/IATA asbl status for an international festival or event must submit a proposal to the AITA/IATA asbl Council.

Currently there are seven events which have been awarded official AITA/IATA asbl status: Continue reading »

Apr 092009
 

Logo aita 250On 9 April 2009 an agreement was signed between AITA/IATA asbl and IDEA (International Drama/Theatre and Education Association).  The aim is to provide support and to strengthen each organisation. Six actions were agreed and they are listed in the document.

HERE is a link to the document.

Secretariat AITA/IATA asbl