The exact date in December is not yet finalised but, as usual, it will be held in the first week of December.
The studio is for students from 5 to 18 years (in relevant age groups). They have lessons on: master craftsman, speech, art history, vocals, dance.
They perform annually on professional theater stages (in some cases with well-known actors) and students attend theater performances, excursions in exhibitions and museums, and meet well-known people.
We look forward to meeting them at future AITA/AITA International Theatre Festivals.
Secretariat AITA/IATA asbl
We are delighted to welcome our third Associate from Georgia – ASTA – Amateur Student’s Theatres Association - from Tbilisi, Georgia.
We were contacted by Natia Gujabidze, the Vice-President of the organisation who in her childhood participated in AITA/IATA asbl theatre festivals in Monaco, Korea and Japan.
AITA/IATA asbl is delighted to welcome a new Associate from Georgia – Art Way – who are based in Batumi, a Black Sea Resort.
We were approached by Nino Chkhaidze through Joke Elbers about joining AITA/IATA asbl and as you can see from the Art Way Facebook Page
aita/iata is delighted to welcome a new Associate, The Masks Hall from Tbilisi, Georgia. Their application to aita/iata has been made by Zurab Khvedelidze, President of The Masks Hall and the Director of Bolnisi Amateur Theater.
The Masks Hall is a Georgian Amateur Theater association which unites many Georgian amateur theatres.