Presentations
    • Date
    • Time
    • Title & Description
    • Specialist
    • Attendance
    • Language
    • Duration
    • Venue
  • Date
    18 July
    Time
    15:15 – 17:00
    Title & Description
    Beyond the Shows: The Challenges of ITI
    Where does the ITI come from? Who created it, how has it evolved over time? By providing answers to all of these questions, and many others, Alain Chevalier, an ITI member since 1993, will help us to understand the International Theatre Institute by shedding light on the past and by emphasizing the historicity of our organization and its adaptability.
    Specialist
    Alain Chevalier's / Belgian Francophone
    Attendance
    Unlimited
    Language
    French
    Duration
    1h30
    Venue
  • Date
    18 July
    Time
    17:15 – 19:00
    Title & Description
    AKT-ZENT : Theatre Training beyond limits (Presentation and Workshop)
    A showcase of the research done by the World Theatre Training Institute AKT-ZENT / ITI. We will introduce new formats and ideas for theatre training such as the ‘knowledge-platform’ with the “EXERCISE 40 days for 40 years” and discuss hybrid education.
    Specialist
    Christine Schmalor / Germany & Riccardo Palmieri / Italy
    Attendance
    Unlimited
    Language
    Duration
    1h45
    Venue
  • Date
    18 July
    Time
    15:15 – 19:00
    Title & Description
    Meditative Playwriting
    A meditative approach towards writing for performance: When senses are reconnected to our being in nature, it opens up transcendental possibilities in our writing. There will be writing exercises during the workshop. Please bring your own writing tools.
    Specialist
    Janice Poon / Hong Kong
    Attendance
    Max 20 persons
    Language
    English
    Duration
    2h
    Venue
  • Date
    19 July
    Time
    15:15 – 17:00
    Title & Description
    Social values through storytelling
    Only "story-tellers" can lend a tale its most precious social value: the art of modification and change so that it a story is relevant throughout the generations.
    Specialist
    Dr. Ada Francoy / Spain
    Attendance
    Language
    Duration
    Venue
    IE University
  • Date
    19 July
    Time
    15:15 – 17:00
    Title & Description
    Presentation (Book Presentation/Short Lecture+ Photo Exhibition) / Book Presentation: Manu Medina. Artistic director of Teatro Paladio. Photo Exhibition: Juan Carlos Gargiulo. Visual Artist/
    Presentation of a book which desbribes the Teatro Brut methodology developed and practiced in Teatro Paladio’s work, coupled with an exhibition of photographs from the performance Pequeñas Alegrías (Little Happiness).
    Specialist
    Manu Medina & J.C. Gargiulo / Spain
    Attendance
    Language
    Duration
    Venue
    Women’s Prison
  • Date
    20 July
    Time
    17:15 – 19:00
    Title & Description
    "Pequeñas alegrías". "Little happiness" Documentary
    Documentary on Teatro Paladio Artists, their work and shared experiences.
    Specialist
    Juan Carlos Gargiulo - Teatro Paladio / Spain
    Attendance
    Language
    Duration
    Venue
    University IE
  • Date
    20 July
    Time
    15:15 – 17:00
    Title & Description
    Beyond Cultural Colonialism - Interculturale Theatre Work
    Intercultural theatre-projects are able to activate immense sustainable seminal power, but they always have to deal with existential conflicts, inequality and political structures. How can we create and keep intercultural theatre-work at eye level and what are the conditions of a curious and respectful work in the artistic processes?

    Anina Jendreyko (Volksbühen Basel and Woven Theater Project) reports about the international theater work and experiences in conflict areas Kurdistan and Greece.
    Specialist
    Anina Jendreyko / ITI Switzerland
    Attendance
    Language
    Duration
    Venue
  • Date
    20 July
    Time
    15:15 – 17:00
    Title & Description
    Weaving the city’s theatrical net: "Laboratory for citizen’s creativity"
    Presentation of diverse cultural, theatrical, artistic actions, planning’s and activities based on the thought of giving the citizens their active participation right in the cultural life of their city, and converting the city into a stage for these activities.
    Specialist
    Clara Luquero (Mayor of Segovia), Marifé Santiago (Culture Counsillor), Maite Hernán Gómez (Director of Municipal Theater Workshop) / Spain
    Attendance
    Language
    Duration
    Venue
    University IE
  • Date
    20 July
    Time
    18:00 – 19:00
    Title & Description
    “Renewed Illusions” Motivational presentation
    Presentation for all those in search of motivation and inspiration.
    Specialist
    Manuel Feijóo - IE University / Spain
    Attendance
    General Public
    Language
    Duration
    Venue
    IE Creativity Center-Casa de la Moneda
  • Date
    20 July
    Time
    18:00 – 19:00
    Title & Description
    and Aesthetics of Theatre in Prison and its educational-inclusive role
    Only getting rid of its merely re-educational function that is often assigned to its “cultural activity” status, Theatre in Prison will be able to fully represent its potential as an emancipation tool.
    At the same time the independence of theatre can’t do without a thorough knowledge of its context. We should ask ourselves some questions on this matter: can theatre ethics exist without theatre aesthetics? Can we create art without ethics in prisons?
    Too often have we assisted to bad theatre examples created in the name of ethical principles. It can also happen not to see any ethical principle in theatre productions at all. In prisons it is generally easier to find both ethics and aesthetics. " (Vito Minoia)
    Specialist
    Vito Minoia / Italy
    Attendance
    Language
    Duration
    Venue
Lectures
    • Date
    • Time
    • Title & Description
    • Specialist
    • Attendance
    • Language
    • Duration
    • Venue
  • Date
    19 July
    Time
    13:00 – 14:30
    Title & Description
    Lectures A
    1) A derelict London as the backdrop for moral decay in Kenneth MacMillan´s The Judas Tree (1992).

    2) The stage as a mirror of a human's life

    3) Architecture of the body - how do we build space?
    Specialist
    1) PHd. Cristina de Lucas / Spain

    2) Chuluunbat Batgerel / Mongolia

    3) Grzegorz Kabuda / Poland
    Attendance
    Language
    Duration
    70 mins
    Venue
  • Date
    19 July
    Time
    17:15 – 19:00
    Title & Description
    4) Techniques, theories and teaching methods of theater higher education school: the case of Universidad Autónoma de Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
    Specialist
    4) Prof. Dionis Rufino
    Attendance
    Language
    Duration
    70 mins
    Venue
    IE University (Universidad IE)
  • Date
    20 July
    Time
    13:00 – 14:30
    Title & Description
    Lectures B
    1) Dance between two bombs and the sniper fire

    2) Dancing with senses and imagination
    Specialist
    1) Georgette Gebara / Lebanon

    2) Jakub Margosiak / Poland
    Attendance
    Language
    Duration
    70 mins
    Venue
    Library of the Royal Glass Factory, on The Royal Site of la Granja of San Idelfonso
  • Date
    20 July
    Time
    13:00 – 14:30
    Title & Description
    Lectures C
    1) Space for Pedagogy and Performance in the city

    2) Dance in Georgia
    Specialist
    1) Parimal Phadke / India

    2) PHd. Levan Khetaguri / Georgia
    Attendance
    Language
    Duration
    70 mins
    Venue
    Library of the Royal Glass Factory, on The Royal Site of la Granja of San Idelfonso