Livestreamed on this page Tuesday 18 July 2017 9:00 a.m. CEST (Segovia) / 3:00 a.m. EDT (New York) / 3:00 p.m. CST (Shanghai).
Tuesday 18 July 2017
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The 35th International Theatre Institute World Congress
Tuesday 18 July 2017
The International Theatre Institute (ITI), the World Organization for the Performing Arts presented events from the 35th ITI World Congress in Segovia, Spain livestreamed Tuesday 18 July 2017.
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ITI has now developed into the world’s largest organization for the performing arts, with more than 90 Centres spread across every continent.
Every two to three years the members of the International Theatre Institute meet at the ITI World Congress, in a different city, on the invitation of the Centre of the country. The hosting Centre invites delegates of the members of ITI—the Centres and the Cooperating Members. Members of the ITI/UNESCO Network for Higher Education in the Performing Arts, theatre, dance, circus and music partner organizations of ITI, performing artists, educators and trainers, politicians, World Theatre Ambassadors as well as leaders of UNESCO, the UN and other international organizations are welcome to attend the Congress—any persons related with the performing arts and/or ITI may be invited as guests or as observers to the Congress.
Special thanks to ITI Spain and Universidad Rey Juan Carlos for the technical support for this livestream.
Tuesday 18 July
Congress Orientation with Committee Presentations 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. CEST (Segovia) / 3:00 a.m. – 5:00 a.m. EDT (New York) / 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. CST (Shanghai)
ITI was created on the initiative of the first UNESCO Director General, Sir Julian Huxley, and the playwright and novelist JB Priestly, in 1948, just after the Second World War. This was the beginning of the Cold War, when the Iron Curtain divided East and West. The aim of the founders of ITI was to build a cultural organization for the performing arts that was aligned with UNESCO’s goals on culture, education, the arts, mutual understanding and peace. It should focus its endeavors on improving the status of all members of the performing arts professions. They envisaged an organization that created platforms for international exchange and for engagement in the education of the performing arts, for beginners and professionals alike, as well as using the performing arts for mutual understanding and peace.
ITI has now developed into the world’s largest organization for the performing arts, with more than 90 Centres spread across every continent. For more information about the International Theatre Institute ITI, please visit the website.
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