Call for proposals / letters of intent to present at
IUTA-Philippines meeting on July 18-20,2011
Deadline: May 15, 2011
Through the initiative of the International University Theater Association-Philippines, we are calling on fellow teacher-theater artists who are interested to share their experiences in theater and education through the following:
- 15 minute paper presentation on their outstanding experiences in theater/teaching theater in their respective universities
- 30-45 minute excerpt of an outstanding theater piece
- 1-2 hour workshop demo on their chosen field of theater and/or theater in education
The presentations will coincide with the meeting of members of the International University Theater Association-Philippines on July 18-20,2011 at a venue that will be announced later.
Send proposals/ letters of intent through
before or on May 15,2011
For details, email firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to your participation.
Prof.Glecy C.Atienza, PhD
College of Arts and Letters
University of the Philippines
The International University Theatre Association was established in 1994 to develop and promote recognized post-secondary activity in theatre training, creation, research and theoretical and practical research, throughout the world, at the level of university or higher studies.
IUTA is present in every continent and has members in over fifty countries.
Designed by and for people from universities and other types of post-secondary learning institutions, IUTA is a unique forum where teachers, practitioners, creators, scholars and theorists can share discoveries and discuss common concerns. IUTA is open to all members of the academic community with an interest in theatre.
The IUTA holds a World Congress every two years.
The aim of IUTA is to develop and promote university theatre worldwide. ‘University theatre’, in this context, means any theatrical activity carried out within higher and tertiary education institutions, as training, creative or research activities, either theoretical or practical.
Aware of the role theatre plays in fostering dialogue and understanding between cultures, the association promotes exchanges and collaboration between university theatres (be it spontaneous student theatre, assisted, vocational or professional work) as well as contacts with amateur and professional theatres.
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