Students Lounge – GetTogether

Let’s have FUN FUN FUN. When? Friday April 23rd at 7:00 p.m. via ZOOM.

We, the E:UTSA Student Department, would like to initiate a meeting for all of you, all the European students from the various E:UTSA member universities – to meet, greet, chat and get inspired together in our E:utsa lounge.
We invite you to play some games and discuss with us on Friday April 23rd at 7:00 p.m. and we will tell you there what we have planned for you in the future. Film nights, watching plays together, discussions about current topics, and more more more…
Would you like to help us shape it? This is going to be great!

To get in touch and know each other, we prepare a short speed dating.
You want to get to know theatre students from all over Europe? Join us!


We are looking forward to seeing you there!

(You will get a Zoom link from your student representaive 😉)

On May 2 and 3 the annual EUTSA meeting with the EUTSA General Assembly will happen in Glasgow!

We are already very much looking forward to welcome all the members of the EUTSA network, to share ideas and plans about upcoming projects and to get to know our partners and students from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow!

Thanks already to our friends from Glasgow for their great hospitality!

A report will follow very soon…!

From December 12 to 17, 2017, the Europe Theatre Prize celebrated its 30ies anniversary in Rome. The members of E:UTSA have been invited to attend the whole programme. Each day there were various panels and performances at Palazzo Venezia, Teatro Argentina and other venues  in the city. This year the Europe Theatre Prize has been awarded to Isabelle Huppert and Jeremy Irons. The Europe Prize Theatrical Realities, which each year is awarded alongside the Europe Theatre Prize, was given this year to Susanne Kennedy, Jernej Lorenci, Yael Ronen, Alessandro Sciarroni, Kirill Serebrennikov and Theatre NO99.

On December 16, all members of the E:UTSA network who travelled to Rome, met for an informal meeting and discussed further ideas and projects within the network.

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On November 2 and 3, 2017, the board members of EUTSA met in Glasgow! We had two intense days while discussing new ideas and propsals for future projects and to work on the final concept of the new webpage :-). Furthermore the team of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland presented their amazing academy during a guided tour. Last but not least we had the great opportunity to enjoy two performances of the BA acting class 2018: “Balm in Gilead” and “The Wonderful World of Dissocia”. Not to forget that we had, of course, fish and chips in the Scottish rain!    

Thanks, dear friends in Glasgow, for a great board meeting!

 

Good to know: Currently the board of E:UTSA consists of: Jochen Schölch (Chairman, representative of Theaterakademie August Everding in Munich), Christine Franke (General Secretary, Theaterakademie August Everding in Munich), Elisabeth Schweeger (Trasurer, representative of Academy of Performing Arts Baden-Wuerttemberg in Ludwigsburg), Claire-Lasnes Darcueil (representative of Conservatoire National Supérieur d´Art Dramatique in Paris), Joyce Deans (representative of The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow), Augustas Gornatkevičius (student representative of The Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre in Vilnius) and Luca Vassos (student representative of Accademia Silvio d´Amico in Rome). 

 

 

 

From February 3 to 5, 2017, there was the annual EUTSA meeting with the EUTSA General Assembly in Budapest.

The current members of EUTSA joined this meeting and we were thrilled that really all institutions participated with at least one student representative and one representative of the institution. All together we were 31 people who met in Budapest.

During the official General Assembly we were talking about current projects and we shared new ideas about the future of our EUTSA network. In the evenings we were very lucky to be able to join different performances of the FACT festival. The first edition of this festival which focuses on student-led projects was a big success. We keep our fingers crossed that this brandnew festival will continue in the future!

Thanks to our friends at the University of Theatre and Film Arts in Budapest for their great hospitality!