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The World Theatre Training Library

Dear Colleagues,

The congress is over and real life started again. I hope with positive impulses for you.

In the last General Assembly you all voted for AKT-ZENT to become Research Centre of ITI. This was a moving moment for me. Thank you for your trust!

The artistic director Dr. Jurij Alschitz and myself are taking this as a strong and demanding mandate to move forward the "The World Theatre Training Library / Laboratory".

It is very important, that this project is not just nominally an ITI project, but that it will become truly "ours" with your active participation.

For this reason we have now a blog, where you can always find the newest information, and you will receive this newsletter, whenever we have something to share.

Please have now a look at: http://wttl.theatreculture.org

Take a closer look at MASTER PROGRAMME with the open call for The new face of acting teachers.

Until December 31st young acting/directing teachers who like to dedicate their future professional carreer to the innovation of teaching practice can apply to participate. Please distribute this information. The programme starts in August 2012. It is supported by the European Commission. This first Master Programme will be mostly realised in Mexico, together with Mario Espinosa (new EC member of ITI).

Never hesitate to give us your feedback, share ideas, or propose activities, which might fit in and move forward our research.

With best wishes for all your activities and projects, I remain sincerely yours

Christine Schmalor, programme director AKT-ZENT Research Centre of ITI