THEATRE FOR EDUCATION- India, Pakistan, Austria
THEATRE FOR PEACE is an intercultural performing art project for young people as symbol for peace, creativity and stands for CHILD RIGHTS through common cultural activities in an endangered world of unbalanced social, economic and political globalism.
It offers concrete possibilities for young people to overcome their cultural and educational isolation because of infernal political or economical situations, abuse of CHILD RIGHTS or poverty..
By ART- activities young people from different backrounds, countries and cultures are getting in touch, discovering and practicing social mobility, creative interaction and discover performing art forms (theatre- mime- circus arts) in Asia and Europe.
Projects main objective is to create an efficient sign for peace and human rights through performing arts and theatre in education- worked out by young people of different religions and social backgrounds from India and Pakistan together to uphold core values of cooperation and peace through education and cultural interaction.
THEATRE FOR PEACE also has to be understood as a project in a growing process of mutual understanding and collaboration between Asia and Europe, which already has been started and worked out several projects during the last 8 years with partnerships between India, Pakistan and Austria.
projects until now:
2007: Performing guest at the INT. WORLD PERFORMING ARTS FESTIVAL 2007 in
2008: MIME and THEATRE- WORKSHOP at the INT. YOUTH PERFORMANCE ARTS FESTIVAL 2008
Lahore-Pakistan and at Springdales Senior School in Amritsar- India.
2009: CHILDREN FOR PEACE- 2 long term acting and mime- workshops with students from India and Pakistan (springtime and autumn 2009)- performance opened the
Indo- Pakistani Art Festival SAANJH 2009 in Amritsar- India.
2010: THEATRE FOR PEACE- CIRCUS FOR PEACE- a long term acting, mime and circus arts-workshop with students from India and Pakistan in Lahore and Amritsar-
performance opened the Indo- Pakistani Art Festival SAANJH 2010 in Amritsar- India.
2011: MIME IS NINE- a Mime- Theatreworkshop with Children from Shillong- Northeastindia- with final performances touring through nine Indian cities to promote childrens rights in India.
ART FOR CHANGE continuation of a longterm workshop with
children from different slum areas in New Delhi.
Performances for "WORLD VISION INDIA", "RED RIBBON INDIA", "CHILD RIGHTS DAY", "MOVEMENT AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING", "UNICEF INDIA".