VI INTERNATIONAL ENCOUNTER OF ARTS FOR (EARLY) CHILDHOOD | 1st Session

  • Presentation of projects and
    creative processes elPetit 2021.
  • «How working digitally has improved access and engagement with a wider audience»
  • «Shifting the landscape – a discussion about the development of approaches to creating and presenting work for the very young in Scotland»

Rosie Heafford (United Kingdom) Artistic Director of Second Hand Dance, a led dance company Claire Summerfield (United Kingdom) Executive producer Second Hand Dance

Noel Jordan (United Kingdom)
Festival Director of Imaginate and Rhona Matteson (United Kingdom) Chief Executive of Starcatchers

November, 19th 2021

Simultaneous interpretation

VI INTERNATIONAL ENCOUNTER OF ARTS FOR (EARLY) CHILDHOOD | 2nd Session

  • «Looking to the future, an international overview at the post-pandemic perspectives of the Arts and (early) childhood»
  • «Weaving networks»
  • «Art and Education- INTERSTICE Erasmus+ Project experience in Sabadell Schools»

ASSITEJ International – International Association of Theatre for Children and Young People

ASSITEJ Spain 

Bath Spa University (United Kingdom), University of Bologna (Italy), University of Stavanger (Norway), Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (Catalonia) and laSala | elPetit (Catalonia)

November, 20th 2021

Simultaneous interpretation

CURIOSITY AND DISRUPTION

During the spring, Thomas was creating the new performance for children age 6 months – 5 years and their adults called Hvad er det? (What is That?) based on the immanent curiosity of the child. Curiosity as a driver for grasping and sensing life in all aspects.

Thomas Eisenhard, choreographer and artistic director of Aaben Dans (Denmark)

November 2020

English

CHILDREN ARE NATURAL ARTISTS IN ENVIRONMENTS OF ENCOUNTER

Dr Penny Hay shares with us her collaborative research in the UK alongside Bath Spa University. Signature projects include House of Imagination, School Without Walls and Forest for Imagination. Penny will also draw on her doctoral research Children as artists: how can adults support children’s learning identities as artists?

Penny Hay, artist, educator and researcher (United Kingdom)

November 2020

English

FACING THE CHANGE

What has the pandemic meant for the live arts, traditionally conceived as a living means of communication? What do we do with a discipline that requires presence and live performance? How can we change from passive victims to active agents capable of reshaping the arts? How can we overcome the fear of loss and turn our current challenges to new quality opportunities for the arts?

Andrea Gronemeyer, Schauburg Theater für Junges Publikum Director (Germany)

November 2020

English

ART, FAMILY AND CONFINEMENT

Confinement is the nature of prison life. A state we can now remotely relate to because of the Covid-19 pandemic. This conference presents a series of multidisciplinary artistic projects carried out in two Barcelona prisons with the aim of strengthening the bonds between locked-down parents and children.

Ángela Peinado, Teresa Rojas, Núria Pujol, Helena Cabo and Eva Vázquez  (Catalonia)

November 2020

Catalan and Spanish with subtitles in English.

CULTURAL HEALTH

In 2018, the former French Minister of Culture, Françoise Nyssen, publicly suggested that arts and culture be integrated into French ministerial policy. She then commissioned psychologist and psychoanalyst Sophie Marinopoulos to report on the artistic and cultural awakening of children and young people in France. In her report, Marinopoulos warned about a worrisome ‘cultural malnutrition’ by French children and proposed 66 measures to fight it back. She addressed the following goals: to promote a cultural awakening and artistic education among 0 to 3-year-olds, to defend equal opportunities for boys and girls, to fight against any form of violence and to safeguard the psycho-emotional development of children.

 Sophie Marinopulos
(France)

November 2020

French

ONE LITTLE STEP – EVERY TIME!

The Little Theatre has always believed in taking one little step forward – time after time. Today it is one of the India’s leading not-for-profit children’s theatre company. The strength of the organization is its ability to innovate and adapt to the changing times – so as to help develop creative skills in today’s children.

Aysha Rau, author and playwright; and Krishnakumar Balasubramanian, artistic director of The Little Theatre, in Chennai (India)

November 2020

English

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