ITI Theatre Forum 2016

Challenges and Counters: The questions for today’s theatre-makers What are the challenges faced by theatre companies and artists as we move beyond SG50? Are theatre-makers now short-lived or just adaptably amorphous? How does the individual artist navigate the new landscape of collectives vs companies, pop-up platforms and projects vs full-time positions? Like every multi-hyphenate out [...]

ITI Theatre Forum 2015

What was it like to decide on an acting career in the 1970s? How challenging is it to make a mark in theatre today? What in Singapore inspired the work of actors, directors and playwrights? Hear these personal sharings from theatre-makers across genres and eras. The Intercultural Theatre Institute (ITI) forum brings together voices from [...]

Open Studio 2015

5 reasons why you should choose ITI 1. World-first theatre education unlike any other Unique, intercultural training modules that include four traditional Asian art forms, para-theatre skills and techniques, humanities and theatre theory, workshops and demonstrations + cross-cultural peer experience with cohorts who hail from over 15 countries. 2. Globally renowned faculty Train under the [...]

AIC 2014

NEW INTERCULTURAL THEATRE: METHODS, TECHNIQUES AND STRATEGIES OF MAKING CONTEMPORARY THEATRE The Asian Intercultural Conference (AIC) 2014 is a global gathering of actors, writers, directors, scholars and researchers with an interest in the “Asian Intercultural”. Asia encompasses a vast diversity. Within its bounds are societies, histories and forms of life that constantly feed theatre; from its teeming transnational [...]

‘Culture as Fiction’

29 Apr 2014, Tue, 11.30am Ngee Ann Auditorium, Asian Civilisations Museum ITI collaborated with Esplanade for the 2014 ConversAsians in conjunction with AAPPAC’s Annual Conference. Sasi was invited to give a talk about the definition of ‘Culture’. Click here for more information “If you brought different people from different cultures together, when they can interact [...]

ITI Open House 2014

ITI Open House Come experience for yourself what student life at ITI is like through many hands-on activities and chat with faculty members, students and alumni over lunch. When: 17 May 2014 (Sat), 11am Where: ITI at Emily Hill, 11 Upper Wilkie Road More about ITI: http://youtu.be/d__1yhB7T2c Programme 11:00 – 11:15 Registration 11:15 – 11:30 Welcome speech [...]

Actor Training: Intercultural and Interdisciplinary Perspectives

THE INSTITUTE FOR INTERWEAVING PERFORMANCE CULTURES of Freie Universität (Berlin) in collaboration with ITI presents: A follow-up symposium from Nov 2012 – Actor Training: Intercultural and Interdisciplinary Perspectives (Berlin – Dec 2013) Background and Purpose The forthcoming symposium follows on from a preliminary seminar on intercultural actor training that took place in November, 2012, hosted by [...]

Creating Our Artistic Home: Consolidating, expanding, and refining a history of practice

Presented by Intercultural Theatre Institute and Theatre Cell ITI, together with theatre collective, Theatre Cell, hosted a dialogue session on August 24. The intention was to offer a platform for emerging artists and veterans to share their views about their “homes” in theatre. Close to one-hundred people gathered at Emily Hill to hear seasoned theatre practitioners Nelson [...]

Reconsidering contemporary acting and actor/performer training from intercultural perspectives

ITI and THE INSTITUTE FOR INTERWEAVING PERFORMANCE CULTURES of Freie Universitaet (Berlin) presents: A two part symposium – Reconsidering contemporary acting and actor/performer training  from intercultural perspectives 1)  ‘Mini’/Preliminary Seminar (Singapore – Nov 2012) Part one will focus on the interface between ‘traditional’ and contemporary modes, models, processes, and techniques of intercultural acting, actor training, [...]

Continuity and Change in Classical Dance : A Conference on August 4th & 5th

CHOWK, a centre for dance who has been sharing ITI’s space is holding a conference entitled to Continuity and Change in Indian Classical Dance from 4 – 5 August 2012 in Studio 3 at Emily Hill. All classical dance forms in India have gone through cycles of growth, decline and revival. The eight acknowledged classical [...]