An exchange between four Italian organizations (Teatro Magro (at the head), Asinitas and Babel) that provide theatrical workshops to young migrants.
THE PROJECT IN DETAIL
To learn about the strategies, methods, contents and professionalism at play in single projects; to promote mobility of artists and beneficiaries of the projects to create new relationships, to mix artistic approaches and methodologies; and sensitize the citizenry and institutions on social inclusion of migrants through artistic endeavours.
35 foreign beneficiaries, professionals, artists, institutions, citizens, the general public.
The project involves three AMI partners that carry out theatrical workshops also involving foreign migrants: Teatro Magro (at the head), Asinitas and Babel. The project foresees a brief session of exchange between project conductors during a workshop for the three partners (ACTION 1 – Social inclusion) for an artistic and methodological comparison on the ground in order to observe and share the different methodologies, resulting in a contamination and common vision and instruments.
The partners also collaborate in the presentation of 3 performances produced by each at an Italian summer festival (ACTION 2 – Sensitization) with a focus on social theatre. This aims at bringing good practice and artistic production to well-known festival contexts, creating dialogue and comparison between people, professionals, languages and culture: a festival as a place for exchange and convergence of excellence.
Finally, in autumn, the three partners organize a conference in Rome (ACTION 3 – Research) lasting three days and open to the public with presentations and a collective workshop. Involved in this event are operators, institutions and artists who participated in the project in previous years. During the meeting, a common artistic action is undertaken, also with the participation of invited artists who have already been a part of the workshops of the partners during projects in the past.
The INCROCI project is under the care and supervision of some well-known actors in the national theatrical and institutional realms who have always demonstrated great attention and sensitivity to this theme. It also produces a video and a final publication. The project continues the meeting and exchange of methodologies begun in 2020 with reciprocal visits between the Teatro Magro and partners, thus providing an occasion for comparison and common training on the experience of the various organizations.
The images, graphics, audio, symbols, drawings, photographs and text contained in this website cannot be used, reproduced or published in any form and/or by any means and/or by any channel, entirely or in part, by third parties without express prior written authorisation from the Foundation.
Strictly Necessary Cookies
Strictly Necessary Cookie should be enabled at all times so that we can save your preferences for cookie settings.
If you disable this cookie, we will not be able to save your preferences. This means that every time you visit this website you will need to enable or disable cookies again.
3rd Party Cookies
This website uses Google Analytics to collect anonymous information such as the number of visitors to the site, and the most popular pages.
Keeping this cookie enabled helps us to improve our website.
Please enable Strictly Necessary Cookies first so that we can save your preferences!