Training young migrants in the artistic and technical aspects of the performance arts.
THE PROJECT IN DETAIL
To offer pathways for inclusion, welcome and integration of young migrants and second-generation youth through training in the artistic and technical aspects of the performance arts; to foster meetings between new migrants and second-generation Italians in order to accelerate integration for the former and contact with their origins for the latter.
The project foresees the continuation of integrated artistic workshops (theatre, dance and music) and those dedicated to the technical aspects of theatre work, with the active participation of the young members of the Compagnia dei Migranti-Amuni as actors, always providing participants with new dramaturgical and formative stimuli, offering different practices and placing everyone in front of the reflection on that precise moment in which every migrant of every time and place decides to leave and leave their homeland in search or conquest of a dream, thirst for knowledge, the need to escape, the desire to discover and discover oneself, the need to look elsewhere for a possibility.
The aim is to put on a study-performance and/or one or more performances organized in intensive monthly sessions (concentrated in 4/5 days for 5/6 hours daily), to be intensified during the final phase, before the debut, to 15/20 consecutive days of 7/8 hours each.
The beneficiaries will receive a symbolic scholarship as recognition of their efforts (to the expense of other activities) and the quality of the time requested of them. This aspect has an ethical value from a social, cultural and professional point of view as it allows the participants to consider the Amunì project as training for professional ends.
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