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Liège - La 38e édition du RITU se tiendra du jeudi 16 décembre au samedi 18 décembre 2021, sous réserve des dispositions sanitaires en vigueur à ce moment. Vous trouverez le formulaire de candidature à nous renvoyer pour le 30 juin en pièce jointe. Le RITU 38 proposera sur trois jours cinq spectacles ainsi que trois journées d’études qui poursuivront la réflexion entamée en 2020 sur le thème du “théâtre universitaire comme lieu de recherche théâtrale.” L’appel à candidature pour les communications à ces journée d’étude suivra.

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ENGLISH - Liège - The 38th RITU will take place from Thursday December 16th to Saturday December 18th, subject to the health measures in application then. Please find attached the application form to be sent back before June 30th. The RITU 38 will consist of five performances and three research days dedicated to the topic of “University Theatre as a Space for Theatrical Research,” which we started exploring in 2020. Call for submissions for the research days will follow.

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Europelikula continues its run at the CCP Arthouse Cinema! Catch OLEG by Juris Kursietis on CCP Vimeo Channel this May for FREE.

Europelikula is under the CCP World Cinema Program that features festival films from European Union member countries, jointly curated by the Cultural Center of the Philippines and the European Union in the Philippines.

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Organization: IUTA Philippine Center / Cultural enter of the Philippines / National Commission for Culture and the Arts

Aenigma University theater of Urbino was awarded the International 3.0 Inclusion Award. The latter is awarded for implementing quality initiatives that distinguish themselves with programs and projects aimed at the integration of people with disabilities.

Vito Minoia (director of Aenigma, expert in Educational theater at the Carlo Bo University of Urbino) received the award together with the representatives of other inclusive initiatives taking place in Italy, Kosovo, Ukraine, El Salvador, Spain. The motivation:

«Aenigma University theater boasts more than 25 years of inclusive educational theater activity; it distinguished itself also on an international level for its numerous initiatives aimed at the social integration of people with disabilities. It promoted meaningful interpersonal experiences between students with and without disabilities and, focusing on individual diversity on stage, it has made the profound pedagogical and inclusive meaning of theater a reality».

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