International Amateur Theatre Association (AITA/IATA), Slovenia

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International Amateur Theatre Association (AITA/IATA), Slovenia

Štefanova 5, SI-1001 Ljubljana

Phone

386 (0) 1 241 0500, 386 (0) 1 241 0511

Fax

386 (0) 1 241 0510

Jan Pirnat, Head of Theatre and Puppet Theatre Department



Phone

386 (0) 40 225 024








The Slovene National Centre of the International Amateur Theatre Association (AITA/IATA) is a member of its Central European Committee. It is managed by the Public Fund for Cultural Activities of the Republic of Slovenia (commonly known as JSKD). Since 2018, the Pionirski dom Youth Culture Centre has been an Associate Member of AITA/IATA.


International Amateur Theatre Association (AITA/IATA)

Established in 1952 and with members in 74 countries on 5 continents, AITA/IATA – the International Amateur Theatre Association – is the powerful voice of the global amateur theatre community. Millions of people around the world actively engage in amateur theatre activities. These people share a commitment to creative theatrical expression without remuneration and are members of more than 100,000 amateur theatre groups.

Amateur theatre activity worldwide comes under the auspices of the National AITA/IATA Centres. Under its banner of universal understanding and education through theatre, the AITA/IATA promotes cross-frontier co-operation, artistic enrichment and a sense of universal togetherness. IATA is a non-governmental member of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) and is one of the nine members of the Standing Committee of International Theatre Organisations.


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International Amateur Theatre Association (AITA/IATA), Slovenia +
+386 / 1 241 0510 +
International Amateur Theatre Association (AITA/IATA), Slovenia +
SI-1001 Ljubljana +
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The Slovene National Centre of the International Amateur Theatre Association (AITA/IATA) is a member of its Central European Committee. +
+386 / 1 241 0500, 386 / 1 241 0511 +
Ljubljana +
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