Young Theatre Critics Page
 
 
  NEWS  
 
   
Young Critics’ Seminar during the Theatre Olympics: 19–25 October 2016, Wroclaw, European Capital of Culture - Report
Seminar for young critics in Cluj (Romania): 26 November - 2 December, 2016 - Invitation
Young Critics’ Seminar during the Theatre Olympics: 19–25 October 2016, Wroclaw, European Capital of Culture - Invitation
Young critics seminar in Istanbul (Turkey): 18-22 May, 2016 - Invitation
Seminar for young critics in Cluj (Romania): 29 November - 5 December, 2014 - Report
Seminar for young critics in Cluj (Romania): 29 November - 5 December, 2014 - Invitation
IATC young critics' seminar in Debrecen, Hungary, March 24-29, 2014 - Report
IATC young critics' seminar in Bucharest, October 30 to November 4, 2013 - Report
Seminar for young critics in Debrecen, Hungary, March 24-29, 2014 - Invitation
Seminar for young critics in Bucharest, Romania, October 30 to November 4, 2013 - Invitation
Seminar for young critics in Varna, Bulgaria, 5-10 June, 2013 - Report
Seminar for young critics in Varna, Bulgaria, 5-10 June, 2013 - Invitation
Young Critics’ Seminar in Sibiu,  Romania, 25th May -  3rd June, 2012 - Report
Seminar for young critics in Maribor, European Capital of Culture 2012, Slovenia, October 16-21st, 2012 - Report
Seminar for young critics in Maribor, European Capital of Culture 2012, Slovenia, October 16-21st, 2012 - Invitation
IATC young critics’ seminar, Warsaw, March 26-30, 2012 - Report
 
 
Seminars
  Young Critics’ Seminar during the Theatre Olympics : 19–25 October 2016, Wroclaw, European Capital of Culture - Report
To the Top
 
 
     
Wednesday,
2 November 2016
 
The IATC was pleased to organize a special Young Critics’ Seminar between the 19th and 25th of October 2016, in the generous context of the 7th Theatre Olympics. The seminar was facilitated by the representatives of the Polish Section, Tomasz Milkowski and Konrad Szczebiot, and took place in Wroclaw, European Capital of Culture 2016. The prestigious event included works by Eugenio Barba, Heiner Goebbels, Pippo Delbono, Romeo Castellucci, Walerij Fokin, Jaroslaw Fret and other major theatre artists.The international group consisted of nine professional critics from different parts of the world: Radka Kunderova (Czech Republic), Albena Tagareva (Bulgaria), Klaudia Antal (Hungary), Renan Ji (Brazil), Maia Kanchelashvili (Georgia), Russell Warne (USA), Iiris Viirpalu (Estonia), Ilze Laksa-Timinska (Latvia) and Lucia Galdikova (Slovakia).

The group was monitored by theatre critic and scholar Octavian Saiu, Adjunct Secretary General of IATC and President of the Romanian Section – Theatre Studies.


Octavian Saiu (centre) with the seminar group
 
 
Seminars
  Seminar for young critics in Cluj (Romania): 26 November - 2 December, 2016 - Invitation
To the Top
 
 
     
Friday,
23 September 2016
 
The IATC is pleased to announce that a seminar for young theatre critics will take place  during the 'Interferences' Theatre Festival in Cluj, Romania, from November 26 to December 2, 2016. Applications are now open for two seminar groups (one French-speaking and one English-speaking). To apply, you must be a professional critic and aged between 18 and 35. All candidates are invited to send, as soon as possible, their registration form with a brief CV (just one page, please), two or three examples of their work (i.e. critical articles published in professional media), and a letter of recommendation from the person in charge of the IATC section in their country (if your country is an IATC member). All these documents should be sent in a single PDF file if possible. Please make sure of the following:


1) The registration form must be sent by the candidate, not by the IATC section officers.

2) The candidate must have a good proficiency in one of the two working languages (please indicate clearly whether you wish to be considered for the Francophone or the Anglophone group).

Participants in the seminar will be provided with accommodation, meals, theatre tickets, and, for participants travelling by plane, transportation to and from the airport. Participants are required to meet the cost of their travel to Cluj. Please note that participants may be required to share a hotel room with another participant of the same sex.

The date of arrival for the seminar is November 26, and the date of departure is December 2. Participants who require accommodation in Cluj beyond the five nights offered will be required to arrange and pay for it themselves.

Applications will be accepted until October 30. Applications should be sent to director of seminars Jean-Pierre Han: jp.han @ free.fr.


 
 
Seminars
  Young Critics’ Seminar during the Theatre Olympics
19–25 October 2016, Wroclaw, European Capital of Culture
To the Top
 
 
     
Monday,
6 June 2016
 
The IATC and its Polish section, with the support of The Grotowski Institute, the organizer of the 7th Theatre Olympics Wroclaw 2016, the European Capital of Culture 2016, are pleased to announce that a Seminar for Young Theatre Critics will take place between the 19th and 25th of October 2016 in Wroclaw. The programme of the Theatre Olympics will include works by Tadashi Suzuki, Eugenio Barba, Heiner Goebbels, Krystian Lupa, Romeo Castellucci, Walerij Fokin, Theodoros Terzopoulos, Robert Wilson, Jan Fabre and Peter Brook.
Applications are now open for one Seminar Group (English-speaking), which will comprise 10 participants. To apply, you must be a professional critic and aged between 18 and 35. All candidates are invited to send as soon as possible their registration form with a brief CV (just one page!), 2 or 3 samples of critical articles published in professional media, and a letter of recommendation from the person in charge of the AICT/IATC section in their respective country (where applicable). All these documents should be sent in a single PDF file if possible. Please make sure of the following:
1) The registration form must be sent by the candidate, not by the AICT/IATC section officers.
2) The candidate must have a good proficiency in the working language (English)
You will be hosted in a shared room. Meals are covered by the Theatre Olympics. You will receive a pass for free entry to all the shows and to the meetings in which you participate during the Olympics. The festival team will also organize your airport pick up (arrival/departure).

The seminar group will be monitored by Octavian Saiu from Romania.

The organizers invite the trainees to stay in Wroclaw until the 6th of November and participate in the next events of the Theatre Olympics – please inform if you will stay longer (the organizers will offer accommodation and free entry to the programmed events, but no meals are included). The Theatre Olympics will include the following events:
1. Landscape – conference taking place between the 25th and the 27th of October programmed by Maria Shevtsova, Georges Banu and Dariusz Koisinski; reflexion on the 20th century theatre;
2. Dziady [Forefathers] Festival taking place between the 28th of October and the 4th of November –focused around the tradition of the ancestors’ cult and the cultural impact of the drama of Adam Mickiewicz.
3. Witness Action - conference and discussion on 6th and 7th November – focused on the topic of the ethics and social responsibility of theatre makers.
You can read more on the 7th Theatre Olympics – Wrocław 2016 here: http://en.grotowski-institute.art.pl/projekty/the-world-as-a-place-of-truth/

Applications will be accepted until the 30th of June, 2016. They must be sent to the Director of Training Seminars, Jean-Pierre Han: jp.han@free.fr . A final list of all selected participants will be announced as soon as possible, in order to allow participants to prepare for their trip and obtain any necessary visa for Poland.



 
 
Seminars
  Young critics seminar in Istanbul (Turkey): 18-22 May, 2016 - Invitation
To the Top
 
 
     
Tuesday,
2 February 2016
 

The IATC and its Turkish section are pleased to announce, with the support of the International Festival of Istanbul, that a seminar for young theatre critics will take place from 18-22 May, 2016 in Istanbul. Applications are now open for the two seminar groups (one French and one English-speaking), both of which will comprise 8 participants. To apply, you must be a professional critic and aged between 18 and 35. All candidates are invited to send as soon as possible their registration form with a brief CV (just one page!), 2 or 3 samples of critical articles published in professional media, and a letter of recommendation from the person in charge of the AICT/IATC section in your country (if your country is an IATC member). All these documents should be sent in a single PDF file if possible. Please make sure of the following :

1) The registration form must be sent by the candidate, not by the AICT/IATC section officers.

2) The candidate must have a good proficiency in one of the two working languages (please mention your knowledge in spoken French and English).

You will be hosted in a shared room. Meals are supported by the festival. You will have a pass for free entry to all the shows and to the meetings to which you participate during the Festival. You will be picked up at the airport.

The working groups will be monitored by the following critics: Jean-Pierre Han, from France (French-speaking group), Deepa Punjani, from India (English-speaking group).

Applications will be accepted until 23 April, 2016. They must be sent to the Director of Training Seminars, Jean-Pierre Han: jp.han@free.fr . A final list of all selected participants will be announced as soon as possible, in order to allow participants to prepare for their trip and obtain any necessary visa for Turkey.

 
Documents
  Application form (doc)
 
 
 
Seminars
  IATC young critics' seminar in Cluj, Romania, November 29 to December 5, 2014 - Report
To the Top
 
 
     
Sunday,
18 January 2015
 


Photo: Mark Brown and the English-speaking group

IATC was proud and pleased to hold an international young critics' seminar between November 29 and December 5 during the 2014 Interferences Festival in Cluj, Romania. Working in two groups (one speaking English, the other French), monitored by experienced critics Mark Brown (from Scotland, UK) and Jean-Pierre Han (from France), the seminar involved 20 young critics from across Europe; from Georgia, Russia and, of course, Romania in the east, to Spain, Italy and France in the west.

Participants were able to immerse themselves in a festival theatre programme which contained productions from Romania (in both the Romanian and Hungarian languages) and around the world. These included Ubu Roi, directed (in French) by Declan Donnellan for the famous British company Cheek By Jowl, and Paysage Inconnu by the acclaimed Hungarian choreographer Josef Nadj.

In the seminar itself, the young critics were able to hold intensive critical discussions about the productions on stage and also to discuss theatre and theatre criticism in the various countries represented. As ever with IATC seminars, the participants also seized the opportunity to get to know each other and to form international friendships.

IATC thanks the Interferences Festival for its kind and excellent hospitality.

 
 
Seminars
  Seminar for young critics in Cluj (Romania): 29 November - 5 December, 2014 - Invitation
To the Top
 
 
     
Tuesday,
19 August 2014
 

The IATC is pleased to announce that a seminar for young theatre critics will take place during the 'Interferences' Theatre Festival in Cluj, Romania, from November 29 to December 5, 2014. Applications are now open for two seminar groups (one French-speaking and one English-speaking). To apply, you must be a professional critic and aged between 18 and 35. All candidates are invited to send, as soon as possible, their registration form with a brief CV (just one page, please), two or three examples of their work (i.e. critical articles published in professional media), and a letter of recommendation from the person in charge of the IATC section in their country (if your country is an IATC member). All these documents should be sent in a single PDF file if possible. Please make sure of the following :

1) The registration form must be sent by the candidate, not by the IATC section officers.

2) The candidate must have a good proficiency in one of the two working languages (please indicate clearly whether you wish to be considered for the Francophone or the Anglophone group).

Participants in the seminar will be provided with accommodation, meals, theatre tickets, and, for participants travelling by plane, transportation to and from the airport. Participants are required to meet the cost of their travel to Cluj. Please note that participants may be required to share a hotel room with another participant of the same sex.

The date of arrival for the seminar is November 29, and the date of departure is December 5. Participants who require accommodation in Cluj beyond the five nights offered will be required to arrange and pay for it themselves.


The working groups will be monitored by experienced theatre critics Jean-Pierre Han (France) and Mark Brown (Scotland), both of whom are member of the IATC executive.

Applications will be accepted until October 10. Applications for the French-language group should be sent to Jean-Pierre Han: jp.han @ free.fr. Applications for the English-language group should be sent to Mark Brown: markbrown.teatro @ gmail.com.

A final list of all selected participants will be announced as soon as possible, in order to allow participants to prepare for their trip and obtain any necessary visa for Romania.
 
Documents
  Application form (doc)
 
 
 
Seminars
  IATC young critics' seminar in Debrecen, Hungary, March 24-29, 2014 - Report
To the Top
 
 
     
Wednesday,
16 April 2014
 
IATC was delighted to hold an international young critics' seminar in Debrecen, the second city of Hungary, during the eighth edition of the annual DESZKA Festival of Hungarian drama. Eight young critics from six countries, ranging from Sweden to Quebec/Canada, joined monitor Mark Brown (an experienced critic from Scotland/UK) for five days of intensive theatre-going, critical discussion and cultural exchange.

In addition to experiencing a festival programme which included works by Serbian/Hungarian master Josef Nadj and leading Hungarian theatre maker Béla Pintér, the seminar participants enjoyed a guided tour of Debrecen's Deri Museum, which boasts an impressive ethnographic collection reflecting the traditional folk cultures of Hungary.

IATC thanks the DESZKA Festival and the Csokonai Theatre for their enthusiastic hosting of the seminar.


Photo: Mark Brown (centre, front row) and seminar participants with the polystyrene penguins from Times of Peace by the Csiky Gergely National Hungarian Theatre of Timisoara, Romania
 
 
Seminars
  IATC young critics' seminar in Bucharest, October 30 to November 4, 2013 - Report
To the Top
 
 
     
Wednesday,
15 January 2014
 
It was with great pleasure that IATC held a very successful international young critics' seminar in Bucharest, as part of the programme of the National Theatre Festival of Romania, between October 30 and November 4, 2013. Young critics from countries as diverse as South Korea, New Zealand, Canada and, of course, Romania itself worked in two language groups; one in French (monitored by experienced critic Jean-Pierre Han from France), the other in English (monitored by established critic Mark Brown from Scotland/UK). As often in the recent past, the overwhelming majority of applicants to the seminar (and therefore of participants) were women, suggesting that the future of theatre criticism internationally will be increasingly female

The work seen by the seminar participants included an acclaimed staging of Molière's The School for Wives, presented by the Liviu Rebreanu Company of Târgu-Mures, and a production of Chekhov's The Seagull, by the German State Theatre of Timisoara, in which the audience joined the actors on the stage of the National Opera Theatre.

IATC thanks the festival for the superb organisation and hospitality it offered to the seminar.

Mark Brown and the English-speaking group in Bucharest.
 
 
Seminars
  Seminar for young critics in Debrecen, Hungary, March 24-29, 2014 - Invitation
To the Top
 
 
     
Friday,
10 January 2014
 

Photo: Csokonai Theatre in Debrecen
DESZKA (Contemporary Hungarian Drama Festival),
Debrecen, Hungary, March 24-29, 2014


The IATC is pleased to announce that a seminar for young theatre critics will take place during DESZKA (Contemporary Hungarian Drama Festival), in Debrecen, Hungary between March 24 and 29, 2014. Applications are now open for the seminar (which will work in English only). To apply, you must be a professional critic and aged between 18 and 35. All candidates are invited to send, as soon as possible, their registration form with a brief CV (just one page, please), two or three examples of their work (i.e. critical articles published in professional media), and a letter of recommendation from the person in charge of the IATC section in their country (if your country is an IATC member). All these documents should be sent in a single PDF file if possible. Please make sure of the following:

1) The registration form must be sent by the candidate, not by the IATC section officers.

2) The candidate must have a good proficiency in English.

Participants in the seminar will be provided with accommodation, meals, theatre tickets, and, for participants travelling by plane, transportation to and from the airport. Participants are required to meet the cost of their travel to Debrecen. Please note that participants may be required to share a hotel room with another participant of the same sex.

The date of arrival for the seminar is March 24, and the date of departure is March 29.

The seminar will be monitored by experienced theatre critic and IATC executive committee member Mark Brown (Scotland, UK).

Applications will be accepted until February 15. They must be sent to Adjunct-director of seminars, Mark Brown: markbrown.teatro@gmail.com and Director of Seminars, Jean-Pierre Han: jp.han@free.fr. A final list of all selected participants will be announced as soon as possible, in order to allow participants to prepare for their trip and obtain any necessary visa for Hungary.

 
Documents
  Application form (doc)
 
 
 
Seminars
  Seminar for young critics in Bucharest, Romania, October 30 to November 4, 2013 - Invitation
To the Top
 
 
     
Saturday,
24 August 2013
 
The IATC is pleased to announce that a seminar for young theatre critics will take place during the 23rd edition of  the National Theatre Festival of Romania, in Bucharest from October 30 to November 4. Applications are now open for two seminar groups (one French-speaking and one English-speaking). To apply, you must be a professional critic and aged between 18 and 35. All candidates are invited to send, as soon as possible, their registration form with a brief CV (just one page, please), two or three examples of their work (i.e. critical articles published in professional media), and a letter of recommendation from the person in charge of the IATC section in their country (if your country is an IATC member). All these documents should be sent in a single PDF file if possible. Please make sure of the following:

1) The registration form must be sent by the candidate, not by the IATC section officers.

2) The candidate must have a good proficiency in one of the two working languages (please indicate clearly whether you wish to be considered for the Francophone or the Anglophone group).

Participants in the seminar will be provided with accommodation, meals, theatre tickets, and, for participants travelling by plane, transportation to and from the airport. Participants are required to meet the cost of their travel to Bucharest. Please note that participants may be required to share a hotel room with another participant of the same sex.

The date of arrival for the seminar is October 30, and the date of departure is November 4.

The working groups will be monitored by experienced theatre critics Jean-Pierre Han (France) and Mark Brown (Scotland, UK), both of whom are members of the IATC executive.

Applications will be accepted until September 15. They must be sent to the Director of Seminars, Jean-Pierre Han: jp.han@free.fr. A final list of all selected participants will be announced as soon as possible, in order to allow participants to prepare for their trip and obtain any necessary visa for Romania.

 
Documents
  Application form (doc)
 
 
 
Seminars
  IATC young critics' seminar, Varna, Bulgaria, June 5-9, 2013 - Report
To the Top
 
 
     
Monday,
1 July 2013
 
IATC was pleased and proud to hold an international young critics' seminar in conjunction with the 'Varna Summer' International Theatre Festival in Bulgaria, between June 5 and 9, 2013. Thirteen young critics travelled to Bulgaria's beautiful Black Sea coast from countries as diverse as China, South Korea, France, the Czech Republic, Georgia, Moldova and Bulgaria itself.
Two groups - working in French and English, and moderated by director of seminars Jean-Pierre Han (France) and adjunct-director Mark Brown (Scotland, UK), respectively - discussed theatre and theatre criticism in their various countries, as well as holding intense critical discussions about the festival's programme of Bulgarian and international work; which ranged from the powerful Medea, My Mother by Theatre Laboratory Sfumato of Sofia, to the acclaimed production of Ostrovsky's The Storm by the Ljubljana City Theatre of Slovenia. The young critics were also given the opportunity to publish their writings about the shows staged in Varna in the festival bulletin and to take part in an international symposium organised as part of the festival programme.

In addition to the festival itself, our friends at Varna Summer arranged for the young critics and their moderators to be given guided tours of both the Varna Puppet Theatre's beautiful museum and the fascinating Aladja monastery (which is carved into a rock face). IATC thanks the festival for its tremendous hospitality and organisation of a highly successful and memorable seminar.

Mark Brown and the English-speaking group in Varna.
 
 
Seminars
  Seminar for young critics in Varna, Bulgaria, 5 - 10 June 2013 - Invitation
To the Top
 
 
     
Friday,
15 March 2013
 
The IATC is pleased to announce that a seminar for young theatre critics will take place during the International Theatre Festival in Varna, Bulgaria from June 5 to 10, 2013. Applications are now open for two seminar groups (one French-speaking and one English-speaking). To apply, you must be a professional critic and aged between 18 and 35. All candidates are invited to send, as soon as possible, their registration form with a brief CV (just one page, please), two or three examples of their work (i.e. critical articles published in professional media), and a letter of recommendation from the person in charge of the IATC section in their country (if your country is an IATC member). All these documents should be sent in a single PDF file if possible. Please make sure of the following:

1) The registration form must be sent by the candidate, not by the IATC section officers.

2) The candidate must have a good proficiency in one of the two working languages (please indicate clearly whether you wish to be considered for the Francophone or the Anglophone group).

Participants in the seminar will be provided with accommodation, meals, theatre tickets, and, for participants travelling by plane, transportation to and from the airport. Participants are required to meet the cost of their travel to Varna. Please note that participants may be required to share a hotel room with another participant of the same sex.

The date of arrival for the seminar is June 5, and the date of departure is June 10. Participants who require accommodation in Varna beyond the five nights offered can arrange with the Festival to have additional nights at a special rate.


The working groups will be monitored by experienced theatre critics Jean-Pierre Han (France) and Mark Brown (Scotland, UK), both of whom are members of the IATC executive.

Applications will be accepted until April 21. They must be sent to the Director of Seminars, Jean-Pierre Han: jp.han@free.fr . A final list of all selected participants will be announced as soon as possible, in order to allow participants to prepare for their trip and obtain any necessary visa for Bulgaria.
 
Documents
  Application form (doc)
 
 
 
Seminars
  IATC young critics' seminar, Sibiu,  Romania, 25th May -  3rd June, 2012 - Report
To the Top
 
 
     
Wednesday,
14 November 2012
 
The Young Critics’ Seminar was organized in the context of Sibiu International Festival, which took place between the 25th of May and the 3rd of June, 2012. Due to the delay in posting the advertisement on the IATC website, there was only one section of the seminar, i.e. the English one. It was attended by four brilliant young critics: Alexandra Dunaeva, Andreea Zsigmond, Nikolay Berman and Petr Vodsedalek. The small number of participants was an advantage rather than a drawback, as all the conversations were more intense, more dynamic and more detailed than they would have been otherwise. The topics were, naturally, the highlights of the festival’s programme, whether they were intimate, cameral shows like Wu Hsing-kuo’s King Lear, or massive productions, like Silviu Purcarete’s Faust. It was a pleasure to realise that the performances were, in fact, starting points for more complex conversations in which Alexandra, Andreea, Nikolay and Petr engaged with passion and acumen, making remarks that went beyond the usual critical comments with regard to various aspects of one production or another. Therefore, the seminar was, above all, an exercise in deep critical thinking, an invaluable opportunity to discuss what theatre is, what theatre criticism is and indeed what they both should be. ( Octavian Saiu )
 
 
Seminars
  IATC young critics' seminar, Maribor, Slovenia, October 16-21, 2012 - Report
To the Top
 
 
     
Wednesday,
31 October 2012
 
It was with great pleasure that IATC held a seminar for young critics, hosted by the annual  Borštnik Theatre Festival, in Maribor, Slovenia. The 11 young critics from three continents and their monitors, experienced critics Mark Brown and Philippe du Vignal, were delighted to be part of Maribor's European Capital of Culture celebrations.
The seminar groups discussed numerous productions from the Festival's Slovenian showcase, as well as holding the traditional in-depth discussions about theatre and theatre criticism in the host nation and the countries of the various participants. There was also lively discussion about different methodologies in theatre criticism.
Strong professional and personal ties were established, and the young critics departed Maribor with fond memories, vivid impressions of Slovene theatre and an enhanced sense of their chosen profession.

Photo caption: Seminar participants, Festival staff and volunteers with, kneeling from left to right, Philippe du Vignal, Mark Brown and Alja Predan. Photo by Matej Kristovič.
 
 
Seminars
  Seminar for young critics in Maribor, European Capital of Culture 2012, Slovenia, 16-21.10.2012 - Invitation
To the Top
 
 
     
Tuesday,
27 July 2012
 

The IATC is pleased to announce that, with the support of the Maribor Theatre Festival (Slovenia), a seminar for young theatre critics will take place in Maribor, European Capital of Culture 2012, from October 16 to 21, 2012. Applications are now open for the two seminar groups (one French-speaking and one English-speaking). To apply, you must be a professional critic and aged between 18 and 35. All candidates are invited to send, as soon as possible, their registration form with a brief CV (just one page, please), two or three examples of their work (i.e. critical articles published in professional media), and a letter of recommendation from the person in charge of the AICT/IATC section in your country (if your country is an IATC member). All these documents should be sent in a single PDF file if possible. Please make sure of the following:

1) The registration form must be sent by the candidate, not by the AICT/IATC section officers.

2) The candidate must have a good proficiency in one of the two working languages (please indicate clearly whether you wish to be considered for the Francophone or the Anglophone group.

Participants in the seminar will be provided with accommodation, meals, theatre tickets, and transportation to and from the airport (either Graz, Austria or Ljubljana, Slovenia, as you prefer). Participants are required to meet the cost of their air travel.
Please note: participants of the same sex may be required to share a room. We will try to satisfy the requests of those who would prefer not to share, but a room charge may be applicable.

The working groups will be monitored by experienced theatre critic Mark Brown (Scotland), member of the IATC executive and Adjunct Director of Seminars, and experienced critic from France, Philippe Du Vignal (formerly director of the Chaillot Theatre School in Paris).

Applications will be accepted until September 1. They must be sent to the Director of Seminars, Jean-Pierre Han: jp.han@free.fr . A final list of all selected participants will be announced as soon as possible, in order to allow participants to prepare for their trip and obtain any necessary visa for Slovenia.

 
Documents
  Application form (doc)
 
 
 
Seminars
  IATC young critics’ seminar, Warsaw, March 26-30, 2012 - Report
To the Top
 
 
     
Monday,
7 May 2012
 
Sixteen young critics from around the world – ranging from South Korea to Belgium, Iran to Poland – took part in the IATC young critics’ seminar in Warsaw during the recent IATC world congress and the Warsaw Theatre Meeting festival, which showcases Polish productions. Working in two groups – a Francophone group monitored by experienced critic Jean-Pierre Han and an Anglophone group monitored by Mark Brown, an experienced critic from Scotland – the young critics discussed theatre and theatre criticism in their countries and held critical discussions on the productions they watched in Warsaw (including T.E.O.R.E.M.A.T , based upon Pasolini’s famous film Tereoma, by acclaimed Polish theatre company TR Warszawa). As ever with IATC young critics’ seminars, the event in Warsaw also created wonderful opportunities for critical exchange and new friendships across borders and continents.





The photograph (left) shows the Anglophone group
 
 
Seminars
  Seminar for young critics in Sibiu, Romania, 28 May-2 June 2012 - Invitation
To the Top
 
 
     
Tuesday,
17 April 2012
 

The IATC is pleased to announce, with the support of the Sibiu International Festival (Romania) that a seminar for young theatre critics will take place from 28 May-2 June 2012 in Sibiu. Applications are now open for the two seminar groups (one French and one English-speaking), both of which will comprise 10 participants. To apply, you must be a professional critic and aged between 18 and 35. All candidates are invited to send as soon as possible their registration form with a brief CV (just one page!), 2 or 3 samples of critical articles published in professional media, and a letter of recommendation from the person in charge of the AICT/IATC section in your country (if your country is an IATC member). All these documents should be sent in a single PDF file if possible. Please make sure of the following:

1) The registration form must be sent by the candidate, not by the AICT/IATC section officers.

2) The candidate must have a good proficiency in one of the two working languages (please mention your knowledge in spoken French and English).

You will be hosted in a shared room. You will have a pass for free entry to all the shows and to the meetings to which you participate during the Congress. You will be picked up at the airport.

The working groups will be monitored by the following critics: Jean-Pierre Han (French-speaking group), Octavian Saiu (English-speaking group), a very known theatre teacher, Vice-president of the Romanian section of the IATC and Director of Eugene Ionesco-Samuel Beckett Research Centre at NUTC.

Applications will be accepted until 6 May, 2012. They must be sent to the Director of Training Seminars, Jean-Pierre Han: jp.han@free.fr . A final list of all selected participants will be announced as soon as possible, in order to allow participants to prepare for his/her trip and obtain any necessary visa for Romania.

 
Documents
  Application form (doc)
 
 
 
Seminars
  Seminar for young critics in Warsaw, Poland, March 2012 - Invitation
To the Top
 
 
     
Tuesday,
13 December 2011
  During its 26th Congress – which will take place in Warsaw from 26-30 March, 2012 – the IATC is pleased, with the support of our Polish hosts, to be holding a seminar for young theatre critics. Applications are now open for the two seminars groups (one French and one English-speaking), both of which will comprise 10 participants. To apply, you must be a professional critic and aged between 18 and 35. All candidates are invited to send their registration form with a brief CV (just one page!), 2 or 3 samples of critical articles published in professional media, and a letter of recommendation from the person in charge of the AICT/IATC section in your country (if your country is an IATC member). All these documents should be sent in a single PDF file if possible. Please make sure of the following:

1) The registration form is sent by the candidate, not by the AICT/IATC section officers.
2) The candidate has a good proficiency in one of the two working languages.

You will be hosted in a shared room. Your meals will be offered by the Congress. You will have a pass for free entry to all the shows and to the meetings which will be going on during the Congress.

The working groups will be monitored by the following critics: Jean-Pierre Han (French-speaking group), Mark Brown (English-speaking group).

Applications will be accepted until March 1st, 2012. They must be sent to the Director of Training Seminars, Jean-Pierre Han: jp.han@free.fr A final list of all selected participants will be announced as soon as possible, in order to allow participants to prepare for his/her trip and obtain any necessary visa for Poland.
 
Documents
  Application form (doc)
 
 
 
Seminars
  Young critics' seminar, Riga, Latvia, November 19-23, 2011 - Report
To the Top
 
 
     
Tuesday,
6 December 2011
 
The IATC held a vibrant young critics’ seminar during the Baltic Theatre Festival in Riga, Latvia. Ten young critics from across Europe (ranging from Italy and Great Britain, to Hungary, Romania and Latvia itself) joined monitor Mark Brown (an experienced critic from Scotland) to see and discuss a showcase of theatre productions from across the Baltic region (including Ziedonis and the Universe, by acclaimed Latvian director Alvis Hermanis and his New Riga Theatre). The seminar also discussed theatre and theatre criticism in the various participants’ countries, and an excellent joint seminar session was held with a parallel event for young critics from the Baltic States.

With the assistance of the seminar’s Latvian hosts, a superb cultural programme was organised, including a guided tour of Riga’s fascinating Old City, a trip to the National Museum of Art, and a visit to the memorial museum of the great Latvian folklorist Krišjānis Barons (where the participants enjoyed Latvian folk songs performed and sung live just for them).
 
 
Seminars
  Young critics' seminar, Riga, Latvia, November, 2011 - Invitation
To the Top
 
 
     
Friday,
12 August 2011
  The International Association of Theatre Critics (IATC) is pleased to announce a young critics’ seminar to be held in conjunction with the Baltic Drama Festival in the Latvian capital, Riga, November 18-24, 2011 (details of the festival programme follow below this invitation). Our hosts invite us to hold one seminar group, working in the English language. The seminar will be open to a maximum of 10 participants. Applications are invited from English-speaking professional theatre critics who are aged between 18 and 35 years of age; please attach to your application a brief (one page) CV, two or three examples of your writing as a professional critic and a letter of recommendation from your national section of IATC.

Successful applicants will be responsible for both the cost of travel to and from Riga and the cost of any visa required for entry to Latvia. However, the Baltic Theatre Festival generously offers participants free hotel accommodation, meals and tickets for performances.

The seminar will be led by Mark Brown, an experienced theatre critic from Scotland.

Applications are requested by September 10, 2011 to be sent by email to IATC Adjunct Director of Seminars, Mark Brown: markbrown.teatro@gmail.com. Successful applicants will be contacted as soon as possible in order that participants can make arrangements for travel and, where applicable, visas.
 
Documents
  Invitation Letter
 
 
 
Seminars
  Young critics' seminar, St Petersburg, Russia, April 12-17, 2011
To the Top
 
 
     
Thursday,
13 January 2011
  The International Association of Theatre Critics (IATC) is pleased to announce a young critics’ seminar to be held in conjunction with the 14th edition of the Europe Theatre Prize in St Petersburg, Russia, April 12-17, 2011. The seminar will be comprised of three groups (working in the English, French and Russian languages), each of which will be open to a maximum of 10 participants. Applications are invited from professional theatre critics aged between 18 and 35 years of age; please attach to your application a brief (one page) CV, two or three examples of your writing as a professional critic and a letter of recommendation from your national section of IATC.

Successful applicants will be responsible for both the cost of travel to and from St Petersburg and the cost of any visa required for entry to Russia. However, the Europe Theatre Prize generously offers participants free hotel accommodation (you may be required to share a room with another participant of the same sex), meals and tickets for performances.

The seminar groups will be led by three experienced theatre critics: Jean-Pierre Han (Francophone group), Mark Brown (Anglophone group) and Nikolaï Pesochinsky (Russophone group). The annual Europe Theatre Prize has been awarded to many great theatre makers (Krystian Lupa, Patrice Chéreau, Peter Zadek, Lev Dodine, etc.), and showcases many world class productions.

Applications are requested by February 28, 2011, to be sent by email to IATC director of seminars
Jean-Pierre Han: jp.han@free.fr. A list of successful applicants will be made available as soon as possible in order that participants can make arrangements for travel and visas.
 
Documents
  Announcement & Application form (PDF)
 
        Application form (doc)
 
 
 
Seminars
  Publication from the New Critics Seminar in Cordoba, Argentina
To the Top
 
 
     
Thursday,
11 March 2010
 

AICT in South America

In 2007, the Seminar for Young Theatre Critics that the IATC organizes around the world was held for the first time in South America (Area hispana). It took place in Cordoba, Argentina, during the “Festival Internacional del MERCOSUR” in association with Teatro al Sur , revista latinoamericana. Critics from different regions in Argentina, Uruguay, Bolivia and Portugal took part in the seminar where they shared the realities of their theatres and their points of view. Two years later, for the new edition of the festival, a review that compiles the work of the young critics during that week was published, in order to present a sample of that experience to a wider audience.

 
 
Seminars
  New Critics Seminars - Reports
To the Top
 
 
     
Friday,
4 September 2009
 

REPORTS ON YOUNG CRITICS' SEMINARS ...

     
 
Documents
  REPORT ON YOUNG CRITICS' SEMINARS - Santiago de Compostela, Spain 2007
 
 
Documents
  REPORT ON YOUNG CRITICS' SEMINARS - Sfântu Gheorghe, Romania, 2009
 
 
Documents
  REPORT ON YOUNG CRITICS' SEMINARS - Wroclaw, Poland,  2009
 
 
Documents
  REPORT ON YOUNG CRITICS' SEMINARS - Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2009
 
 
 
Seminars
  New Critics Seminar - Amsterdam
To the Top
 
 
     
Monday,
16 March 2009
 

International Training Seminar for New Professional Theatre Critics
Holland Festival, 16-20 June 2009
Amsterdam, Netherlands

The AICT/IATC is organising an International Training Seminar for New Professional Theatre Critics in Amsterdam, Netherlands, hosted by the Holland Festival, and co-organised by the Theatre Institute of the Netherlands (Theater Instituut Nederland)and the Domain for Art Criticism (Domein van de Kunstkritiek). It will take place between 15 and 21 June (days of arrival and departure). The artistic director, Mr Pierre Audi, is happy to invite you to the 62nd edition of an exceptional Festival!

 
Documents
  Announcement & Registration form
 
 
 
Congresses
  Sofia Congress Report
To the Top
 
 
 
   
Monday,
19 May 2008

REPORT ON YOUNG CRITICS’ SEMINARS - Sofia IATC Congress 2008

Between the extraordinary congress in Seoul in October 2006 and the current congress in Sofia 2008, three seminars took place: a first one in Novi Sad in May-June 2007, a second one in Cordoba, Argentina, and the third in Santiago de Compostela, Spain, both in October 2007.
For 2008 two seminars are confirmed: one in Wiesbaden, Germany, in June within the “Neue Stücke aus Europa” biennal, the other in Jonquière, Canada, in September in connection with the puppet theatre festival “Maniganses”.
Two more seminars are confirmed and being planned for spring 2009: one in Tamasi Aron Theatre in Sfântu Gheroghe, Romania, in March, one in Amsterdam in connection with the Holland festival in June.

1.
In this report we would like to draw attention to some aspects that have characterised seminars in these last five years, regarding the number of participants, the number of monitors and working languages.

Mainly for budgetary reasons, festivals and other organisations hosting IATC seminars usually don’t have the capacity to invite more than 10 to 14 participants, sometimes even fewer. That somewhat changes the system we have had for a long time that included the presence of two monitors and the director of the seminars in the role of co-ordinator. Today, usually we work with
only two monitors, one most of the times “local”, and the other one assuming both the role of monitor and co-ordinator. As the number of seminars every year is rarely less than three, it has become common for the director of seminars to delegate the functions of co-ordination to one of the monitors, as it happened with Jean-Pierre Han in Novi Sad and Paulo Eduardo Carvalho in Santiago.

Traditionally, when groups of 20 participants were still possible, the working languages of the seminars were French and English allowing for the division of the group in two subgroups. Nowadays, due to the reduction of the number of participants and to the decrease of Frenchspeaking young people, the creation of two equal subgroups has become almost impossible, frequently demanding bilingual monitors. The organisation of a first seminar in South America, the one in Cordoba, Argentina – initiative of our colleague Halima Tahan –, demanded a new adaptation of IATC’s practises, having for the first time Spanish as the dominant working language. Adaptability, together with the maintenance of our association’s standards, have somehow guided
our efforts towards a more flexible and modern structure of the seminars in close collaboration with the hosting entities.

2.
During the last five years we have more and more often worked with thematic seminars, due to their inclusion in festival with specific profiles. In this period 2007-08 the Novi Sad seminar within the Sterijino Pozorje Festival had a theme, “In/out of context”, concerning the special aspects of international theatre festivals and their relations to a regional theatrical landscape. The planned seminar in Jonquière, Canada, 2008 will deal with particular aspects of a varied range of performing languages, such as puppetry, masks etc. Experience has proved that a thematic young critic’s seminar is often more fruitful than general ones.

Some of these seminars included writing for a local theatre magazine or journal, together with, in other occasions the participation in round tables and similar public events. Likewise, the possibilities opened by the electronic media are creating new opportunities for a more direct exposure through blogs, portals, net-editions of papers, etc.

3.
A new type of collaboration is now being experienced, namely the organisation of a seminar together with an independent critic outside of IATC, for the festival of new plays in Wiesbaden. We are trying to balance this co-operation, and will get back later with an evaluation.

4.
The organisation of young critics’ seminars remains as one of IATC’s most significant activities, particularly in the renewal of its membership and the revitalisation of its perspectives on criticism as has proved in this congress’ papers. Specifically the “alumni” seminar in Seoul produced a circle of younger critics of great importance for the international association and the seminars. That is the reason why we consider of the utmost importance the inclusion of a special section in the new web site of the association, dedicated to young critics. This section could also have links to other young critics’ activities.

Margareta Sörenson , director of the seminars for young critics
 
 
 
Seminars
  Seminar in Wiesbaden
To the Top
 
 
 
   
Monday,
18 February 2008

New critics’ seminar in Wiesbaden

The theatre festival "New Plays from Europe 2008 " –" Neue Stücke aus Europa 2008" in Wiesbaden invites  applications to a seminar for eight young professional theatre critics, which will take place between 13-19 June 2008. The seminar is a collaboration between IATC and the festival and will be conducted by Margareta Sörenson (Director of IATC training seminars) together with Jürgen Berger (German theatre critic, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Theater Heute). Seminar participants will also be responsible for producing a festival bulletin, with Jürgen Berger in charge as its editor.

The working language of the seminar will be English; the bulletin is published in English and German.

The festival gathers together new and exciting plays from Europe’s stages, performed by companies from the countries themselves. It is famous for the warmth of its welcome, and the many informal opportunities it provides to meet playwrights from all over Europe.

Applications should be sent in two copies, one to Margareta Sörenson (soerenson@swipnet.se) and one to the festival (biennale@staatstheater-wiesbaden.de) including an endorsement from a national critics’ association within IACT, a short CV and a recent theatre review in translation to either English, German or French. Applicants must be practising critics with at least one year’s experience, and preferably under the age of 35. The selection of the applicants will be made by Jürgen Berger and Margareta Sörenson together. Applicants will have their travel costs covered to a maximum 300 EU; free accommodation, meals and theatre tickets are likewise provided.

Deadline for applications is 15th of March; applicants will be notified by 30th April. For more information about the festival visit www.newplays.de

 
 
 
Seminars
  New seminars for young critics
To the Top
 
 
 
   
Saturday,
21 April 2007

New seminars for young critics

Young critics’ seminar in Cordoba, Argentina,
1-7 October, 2007
Young critic´s seminar during the Festival de Teatro Mercosur, Cordoba, Argentina
1-7 October, 2007

During the first week of October an IACT seminar for young theatre critics will be organized in Cordoba, hosted by the Festival de Teatro del Mercosur, an international theatre festival with a strong presence of latin american theatre. Cordoba, in the center of Argentina, is the second city of the country, with a rich theatrical life.  The festival will present theatre productions from Mexico, Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, Chile, Brazil and Uruguay as well as performances from Spain, France and Germany.
The IATC seminar is focusing on contemporary theatrical forms and new realities within theatre. Working languages will be English and Spanish, and ten international critics are invited to work together with a number of Argentinian young critics. The young critics must finance their travel to Cordoba, but  the festival generously invites the participants to hotel rooms, meals and theatre tickets. The seminar is working four-five morning hours, some free time is offered in the afternoon before the theatre performances at night.

The seminar will be directed by Margareta Sörenson, Swedish theatre and dance critic, responsable of the IATC young critic’s international seminars and vice-president of IATC internaional. She will be assisted by an Argentinian critic. Applications should be sent to Margareta Sörenson, soerenson@swipnet.se, at the latest 31st of August. A recommendation from the national AICT section where the young critic is a member, is compulsory. The list of participants accepted will be presented during the first week of September. Communications by e-mail only.

Young critics’ seminar in Santiago de Compostela, Spain, 23-27 October, 2007
The IATC is inviting to a Seminar for Young Professional Theatre Critics in Santiago de Compostela, in Galicia (northwest Spain).  The seminar is hosted by the festival “Feira de Teatro de Galicia”, with the support of the “Instituto Galego das Artes Escénicas e Musicais”. Collaborative partners are the Spanish Association of Theatre Directors (ADE, its section of Theatre Studies, the Spanish section of IATC), and the “Escola Superior de Arte Dramática de Galicia”.

The festival “Feira do Teatro de Galicia” is promoted by the Galician “Consellería de Cultura e Deporte” and the “Instituto Galego das Artes Escénicas e Musicais” and is now in its 15th edition. It is dedicated to the presentation of a wide variety of works developed by Galician and other Spanish companies, performed in an equally wide diversity of spaces, from conventional theatre buildings to bars and local “tabernas”. 

The seminar will take place between 23 and 27 October 2007 (arriving date: 22, departure day: 28). The 16 seminar participants are offered hotel, meals and theatre tickets. (Notice that you may have to share a room.) The festival also assures the transportation of the participants from and to the airport. Working hours of the seminar: daily 10-14h. The working languages of the seminar will be English, Portuguese and Galician and the seminar will be directed by Paulo Eduardo Carvalho, from the Portuguese Association of Theatre Critics, and currently assisting director of the international IATC seminars for young critics. 

Applications should be sent to Paulo Eduardo Carvalho, pauloec@netcabo.pt before June 30th. A recommendation from an IATC national critic’s association is compulsory.
 
 
 
Seminars
  Young Critics Seminars in 2007
To the Top
 
 
 
   
Wednesday,
14 February 2007

Young Critics Seminars in 2007
Novi Sad, Serbia -  May : Applications are welcome now!
Santiago de Compostella - Spain - October
Cordoba, Argentina – October
(Another seminar will take place in Vigo, Spain, in 2008.)

YOUNG THEATRE CRITICS’ SEMINAR IN NOVI SAD

The Sterijino Pozorje festival in Novi Sad, Serbia, has developed into a meeting point for contemporary theatre. Novi Sad is a charming University town on the Danube, two hours’ journey from Belgrade, with its own National Theatre.

The festival invites young theatre critics to an IATC seminar to take place during the first week of the festival from May 28 to June 2. (Date of arrival: May 27, day of departure: June 3.) There will be places for 15 participants, 10 international and 5 from Serbia. Participants should be under 35 years of age and have at least a year’s experience of published theatre criticism.

Visit <http://www.pozorje.yu>  for the program of the festival from the middle of March.

The seminar is entitled IN/OUT of context and will focus on questions regarding the work of theatre critics in international festivals and in new places. Important theatre names travel around the theatre world and critics as well as audiences more and more often visit international productions.

How is the local context to be evaluated? How does one embrace and experience productions coming from different societies? How can we share these aspects with the readers of our reviews?

The seminar will be directed by the  French critic Jean-Pierre Han, who will monitor  the French speaking participants, together with Andrea Tompa, from Hungary, monitoring the English speaking ones. The seminar’s host, the festival, offers hotel, meals and theatre tickets to the participants. Travel to Belgrade is to be covered by the participants themselves; the festival will provide a shuttle service from the airport to Novi Sad.

Applications should be adressed to Jean-Pierre Han by e-mail exclusively, jp.han@free.fr before April15; a recommendation from the national IACT section is compulsory.

 
 
 
Congresses
  Seoul - Young Critics Summary
To the Top
 
 
 
   
October 2006
Theatre criticism, new criticism and young critics

During the extraordinary congress in Seoul in October, a special edition of the IATC seminars for young critics ran in parallel. 17 young critics were finally selected, almost all of them having experienced one or two previous international seminars for young critics in the world.
We were working for short afternoon sessions, trying to focus - for once - not on the performances we were the opportunity to attend, but on questions related to our profession and its conditions in different parts of the world.

In a final presentation (Oct. 25) to all congress members, the seminar participants tried to launch some of the ideas, problems and topics that seem to be crucial in our time. Mostly, they were related to the quick development of new media, especially in the Internet, like blogs and web site publications.
The young critiques were very clear on one point: IATC must update itself to the needs of today, and improve in letting younger generations into the active work as critics and as members of the organisation.

A multitude of questions were finally grouped under four headlines:

1. Pluralism
It is time to say “Bonjour pluralisme”! Stop ignoring the rich variety in the media! Newspapers are still more prestigious, but Internet is reaching theatre goers and readers (and sometimes interactive readers), younger generations, etc., with a more global and international capacity. It is time to have a more inclusive approach to the critics being active in The Internet - try to find them, reach them, make them join the IATC and update our work.
Democratic, accessible and open minded, all this is true, but with the idea of pluralism come also other aspects: are all opinions acceptable and with the same value? Are there no limits, no rules for theatre criticism in these new media? We need a consistent discussion on such questions.
The definition of “theatre criticism” must in IATC embrace academic criticism and newspaper criticism and any variety of the two; structures of this differ a lot from one country to another, but theatre critics of different traditions should all feel welcome in IATC.

2. Quality
Can anyone be a theatre critic? Who has the right to claim to be one? The Internet lets anyone express him or herself. It is democratic, but also a challenge to our profession, skill and capacity. We can only compete with our knowledge and our ability to describe, our perfection in language and expression, capable to inspire audiences and theatres. It is not enough to have a cultivated background in literature to reflect on the theatrical life - we should also have a wider view on social contexts, the span between history and future, we should aspire to something new. A suggestion in practice is that young critics start to circulate a newsletter (monthly to start with...) informing on what is new, interesting, important in theatre today where they live and work.

3. Ethics
New media are challenging the authors’ rights to some extent, but generally speaking the ethics of a theatre critic are about the same on the Internet as in any other publication. International laws and the national jurisdiction should be respected in the same way as for paper publications. IATC should defend its members and their possibilities to work; we should also argue among our members for the virtues of the profession: seriousness, quality, continuity.

4. Gender, age, ‘globality’ and other balances
IATC should better mirror the fact that today’s critics are increasingly women, but also should other balances be respected such as a between the western world and the rest of the globe, and between different ages and years of experience. Aspects of equality and discussions on norms should help the work of the IATC in the national centres as well as in the ex-com.

Some proposals:
A young critic’s newsletter (as mentioned above)
Young critics could run one or several seminars for young critics
A special seminar on gender issues/equality
Seminar with external monitors (Kristeva was mentioned!)
Web site / blog critics should be represented in the ex-com
Representatives of young critics should be represented in ex-com meetings

Discussions and proposal presented by
Margareta Sörenson, Director of the IATC training seminars for young critics
 
 
 
Seminars
  Seminars for young critics in 2006
To the Top
 
 
 
   
Wednesday,
29 March 2006
Three training seminars for young theatre critics are taking place in 2006. Young professional theatre critics were invited to participate. Application period: April-May. The accepted participants were informed by the end of June.

NOTE: THE VILNIUS SEMINAR IS NOW FULL; A FEW PLACES ARE STILL AVAILABLE IN THE CHARLEVILLE AND SEOUL SEMINARS.

1. Within the framework of the international festival of puppetry in Charleville-Mézières, France, a seminar is being organised with the theme "Theatre and Puppetry". This will focus on the relations between live actors theatre and the cross-over performing arts puppets-shadows-animation. Date: 15-22 September.

2. The Sirenos festival in Vilnius, Lithuania, will host a seminar for young critics between the 26th September and 1st of October. The festival will elaborate on the theme of scenography, which the seminar will also follow.

3. In Seoul, Korea, during the extraordinary congress for the 50th anniversary of IATC, a seminar will be hosted by the Seoul Performing Arts Festival. Young critics who already participated in a seminar later than 2000 are given priority for this seminar, which is aiming at profound exchange concerning the future of criticism.

Applications will be accepted from the 1st of April by the director of the seminars, Margareta Sörenson: soerenson@swipnet.se

1. Name (female/male)
2. Age (max. 35)
3. Nationality
4. CV and samples of published/broadcasted criticism
5. Recommendation (compulsory) by the national IATC section mailed separately; individual members send their application directly to the director of seminars.
6. Working language: French/English
7. E-mail address (communication will be established by e-mail only)

Seminars of 2005

The last two seminars of the IATC took place in Limoges, France, and in Montreal, Quebec (Canada) in September 2005.

For information, please go to the Annexes of the minutes of the Umea Excom meeting, which is in the "Excom" page, in the "Archives" section of this website.
 
 
Copyright..IATC - International Association of Theatre Critics / AICT - Association internationale des critiques de théâtre..2015