The Salzburg Global Seminar and National Arts Strategies will convene their second annual leadership development forum for young cultural leaders from around the globe in October 2013. The Salzburg Global Forum will provide a unique learning opportunity for the most promising "next generation" cultural leaders from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe. Its goal is to help young practitioners improve their leadership skills to enable them and their organizations to thrive in a field characterized by rapid change, uncertainty, and limited resources.
Theatre Appreciation Course: NSD
THEATRE APPRECIATION COURSE (8 June to 15 June 2013)
National School of Drama invites applications for a Theatre Appreciation Course to enable an understanding of theatre as an art form in the context of India and the rest of the world. It will be held from 8th June to 15th June, 2013 on all days from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. at NSD, Delhi.
The participants should be above the age of 18. Maximum number of seats are 40. A Selection Committee will select candidates on the basis of their applications. Outstation candidates may also apply, however all selected candidates will need to take care of their boarding, lodging, transport and lunch for the mentioned dates by themselves. No T.A./D.A. will be provided.
If selected for the course, a one-time registration fees of Rs 200/- only will be payable in cash at NSD. The application form is available on the website of the School, i.e. www.nsd.gov.in or can be collected free of cost from the NSD Reception during office hours from 20th April, 2013.
The Completed application form must be sent to: Extension Programme, National School of Drama, Bahawalpur House, Bhagwan Das Road, New Delhi-110001 or emailed to: email@example.com.
The last date of receipt of completed application forms is 20th May, 2013 (not later than 6 p.m). No application will be entertained after this date.
Yellow cat summer theatre workshops
yellowcat's summer theater workshop for children is an unique and engaging platform designed to introduce children to the process of making and performing theater.
there are many different ways of making theater with children. the most common of these requires children to memorize pre-scripted dialogue from a script and parrot it out at the end in a show. more often than not, this way of making theater turns into an exercise in elocution rather than an imaginative and creative adventure which is what all theater should be.
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Free Access to Editor's Choice Virtual Issue Youth Theatre Journal
Routledge and Youth Theatre Journal are pleased to offer free access to eight articles personally selected by the journal's incoming editor, Amy Petersen Jensen.
The articles featured in this collection represent the broad scope of this indispensable journal and focus on the dissemination of ideas relating to practical and theoretical developments in the field of theatre and performance by, with, and for children of all ages.
Click here for FREE access to this virtual issue, featuring an introduction from the incoming editor. Selected Contents:
A Meditation on Ideology, Truth, and Personal Ethics, Stephani Etheridge Woodson. Contribution of Drama-Based Strategies, Elaine M. Walker, Lauren Bosworth McFadden, Carmine Tabone, and Martin Finkelstein. TYA as Cultural Production: Aesthetics, Meaning, and Material Conditions, Manon Van de Water. Youth Theatre Journal is a refereed journal which draws its contributions from a wide community of researchers, philosophers, educators, and performance theorists. It is the premier journal for theatre professionals and educators working with children of all ages. For more information, please visit: www.tandfonline.com/UYTJ