ASSITEJ South Africa

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Thanks to RMB, ASSITEJ SA was able to train 30 artists in facilitating the Creative Arts Curriculum for Grade 4-6 learners and teachers. 

This project is for particular schools in KZN and Free State as part of a pilot project. Watch this space for updates as the project unfolds.


ASSITEJ World Theatre Day 2015

20 March 2015

"Take a Child to the Theatre Today"

ASSITEJ South Africa challenges all theatre houses, theatre patrons and funders, and theatre-makers to ensure that 21 000 young audience members (under age 21), who have never or seldom seen theatre before, get to the theatre before the end of March 2015 ... 


Congress Incubation Funding

ASSITEJ SA has over the past few years identified a number of weaknesses and absences in our current theatre for young audiences landscape, which include:

- theatre for the very young (0-4 year olds),

- dance theatre for young audiences (of all ages), and
- quality, non-didactic theatre for teens.


Applications for ASSITEJ Platforms

ASSITEJ SA has a number of showcase opportunities in 2015. We are calling for new productions for children and young people (0-18 years) to present at our platforms at:

ASSITEJ Family Venue at National Arts Festival (2-12 July) in Grahamstown, Observatory Family Festival in Cape Town (20-28 March); Naledi Theatre for Young Audience Showcase 25-26 April, amongst others

Deadline for applications: 12 January 2015 

(PLEASE NOTE: With National Arts Festival, you also have to apply to the Festival Fringe: deadline - 16 January 2015)


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