Flanders Arts Institute invited journalist Evelyne Coussens to pen down some observations on (artistic) trends and to offer a bird’s-eye view on contemporary performing arts for young audiences in Flanders. Read her article here, and scroll down for a short who’s who of companies and artists!
ASSITEJ Belgium’s National Gathering took place on Wednesday October 11th at hetpaleis as a part of the Mind the World festival. We held a mini conference on what it means to work with and for refugees in theatre for young audiences. On this occasion, our guest speakers were Myvell Seddik (Action For Hope, Egypt), Mulanga Nkolo (KunstZ, Antwerp) and Şaziye Dağyapan […]
On August 21 & 22, ASSITEJ Belgium attended the important and rather secluded Walloon showcase Rencontres Théâtre Jeune Public de Huy, for the first time with such a large Flemish delegation. For over twenty years, the youth department of the Province of Liège has been organising this showcase for performative arts for a young audience in the French Community of […]
ASSITEJ Belgium held the annual General Assembly on June 14th, where we discussed what the focus of ASSITEJ Belgium should be during the next years. The General Assembly also elected the following people to be part of the new board: Isabel Joly (Zonzo Compagnie), Stef De Paepe (DE MAAN), Marie-Odile Dupuis (Théâtre des 4 Mains), Gaëtane Reginster […]
On Monday 27 June 2016, the yearly General Assembly of ASSITEJ Belgium took place at BRONKS. Read the report here.
From 11 to 14 July 2015, Marijke De Moor (Kunstenpunt) and Yannick Boudeau (Cie de la Casquette / CTEJ) were part of an international visitors’ programme organized by ASSITEJ France. Read the report for an overview of some interesting festivals that take place in the countries of the participants.
On 3 and 4 July 2015, the German-speaking ASSITEJ associations met during the Schäxpir festival in Linz, Austria. Read the report of this meeting by ASSITEJ Belgium board member Roger Hilgers (AGORA Theater).