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SEGNI New Generations Festival 2023


 - Israel

Experience of live exchange and knowledge transfer for artists, professionals, and cultural workers who, as in the magic of the multiplication of mother yeast with water and flour, from an initial cell multiply knowledge and skills, meeting at SEGNI to build and renew ALLIANCES.

Sharon Gavrielov cannot be in Mantua because of the ongoing war on the Gaza Strip, so the Masterclass will be cancelled. We propose that you use this time to take any action that you think will help peace.

Segni d’infanzia Associazione supports the rights of children and girls, is a member of Assitej Italia which is a member of Assitej International. In this space the association wants to express its position by referring to the words written by the Executive Committee of Assitej International, of which the artistic director Cristina Cazzola is a member.

ASSITEJ International upholds the rights of the child and defends young people’s place as contributors, cultural actors, and valued members of society.

We acknowledge that because of our audience, our work intersects with education, with families and their welfare, with justice, and with community well-being. It is tied strongly to resilience and the development of confidence, to the inspiration of hope and imagination. We cannot stand by in silence when we witness the actions, the policies, and the conflicts that impact strongly on the rights and hopes of children and young people.

ASSITEJ International rejects the adoption of violent conflict and recognises the appalling impact of such actions on children and their lives. We know that many of our members are dealing first hand with the results of violence and we support and applaud artists everywhere who provide tools for expression through art and who are working to maintain hope where it is most under threat.

This is what Sharon would have brought to Segni if she could have been with us.

Sharon Gavrielov (she) will share elements of her method inspired by the “Crossing the Bridge” workshop designed to foster connection and inclusivity. The method aims to provide participants with valuable insights, techniques and strategies for creating inclusive theatre experiences with the goal of understanding the importance of connection, i.e. exploring the significance of establishing a strong connection between theatre professionals and young audiences, emphasising the role of theatre in building empathy, understanding and community. The event will include a combination of interactive discussions, practical exercises, case studies and group activities. Participants will have the opportunity to share their experiences, ask questions and collaborate with industry colleagues.

Sharon (she) is co-founder and director of Safe Place, a theatre festival and NGO for neurodivergent audiences, independent theatre artist and actress, creator of relaxed plays and performances; specialising in TYA (Theatre for Young Audiences). Board member of IIAN (International Inclusive Arts Network).

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