Towards a playful beeing

The first documentary film about Kud Ljud’s history and pedagogical work made by Gábor Rumann and the Control Studio Association is available from now.

Other three films will come soon:

Enjoy! 🙂

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CONFERENCE ON THEATRE IN PUBLIC SPACES

Ljubljana, 3rd June 2019

KUD Ljud in cooperation with Slovenian Theatre Institute invites you to the conference on theatre in public spaces.

What is the position of theatre in public spaces in Slovenia? Do the artists who work in public spaces have the same opportunities as the other performing artists? What is the state of education on outdoor theatre in Slovenia? And what kind of a future awaits them?

Join us on the 3rd June from 9 a.m. at the Slovenian Theatre Institute in Ljubljana and help us find answers to these questions. An all day event will include presentations of two recently published books: Why Don’t We Do It in the Road: A Personal Guide to Outdoor Interactive Theatre held by its author Vida Cerkvenik Bren and the Rural Touring Handbook as well as projections of documentary films: Rural Inclusive Outdoor Theatre Education – Three views which have all come to life as part of RIOTE2 project.

On the program there are also two round table discussions: one dedicated to the general position of outdoor theatre in Slovenia and the other on the state of education on outdoor theatre. Among the participants of the discussions will be established artists, festival organizers, professors, pedagogues, representatives of public institutions and non-governmental organizations.

Detailed program including the list of participants can be found HERE (Slovene only).

 

UP TO YOU

Bergamo, 19th May 2019 

The official presentation of the three Intellectual Outputs born from the work of the last months of RIOTE2 will take place at the Auditorium di Loreto in Bergamo, on May 19th 5 pm.
Guests of Teatro Tascabile di Bergamo: Helen Aldrich (Broken Spectacles), Balázs Simon (Utca SzAK) and Csongor Köllő (Shoshin Theatre Association) who will report their formative and performative experience in their respective homelands.
The event will be in the frame of the project UP TO YOU promoted by Assessorato alla Cultura di Bergamo and Bergamo per i Giovani and realized by Qui e Ora Residenza Teatrale, in collaboration with the project Dominio Pubblico di Roma. It will be held from May 16th to 19th in different places in the city of Bergamo.
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The first Multiplier Event in Hungary

                                                    RIOTE 2 – OPEN DAY in Budapest

In the frame of Erasmus + (Strategic Partnership, Lifelong Learning Program) the RIOTE 2 street theatre educational project on the 24th April in the University of Theatre and Film Arts (Vas utca 2/C, room 220) will present its recently published intellectual outputs, the results of the two year-long European collabo-ration for the first time.

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The program will present three informative documents at the same time: Why don’t we do it on the road, a book about street theatre; Rural touring handbook for European cultural entrepreneurs about the theatre education in small villages; and a film documentary about street theatre.

The presentations will be given by Géza Pintér from Control Studio Association and by Krisztián Simó from SpecStreet Theatre Association.

The program:

9:00-9:30      Registration and informal meeting

9:30-10:40    Presentation of the books and film projection.

10:50-12:00  Report about the workshop experience of SpecStreet in Dartington and in Zsámbék, and a presentation about the drama pedagogy and community theatre activity of SpecStreet in the villages of the county of Borsod.

trampoliWe are happy to receive feedbacks and opinions, so we look forward to meeting anyone interested in the field.

You are invited to register for our event here, or please, send us a message via e-mail to the following address: rioteprject@gmail.com

If you have any question, please contact us:

Géza Pintér, Phone: 06706585211; Control Studio Association