INDIA THEATRE FORUM announces SMART: Strategic Management in the Art of Theatre

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Sep 22, 2014

INDIA THEATRE FORUM announces SMART: Strategic Management in the Art of Theatre (By E FORUM)

INDIA THEATRE FORUM 



announces SMART: Strategic Management in the Art of Theatre



A capacity building programme for theatre makers in 3 phases



Phase 1: 17 to 26 January 2015 - residential course at Fireflies, Bangalore



Phase 2: January to August 2015 - 6-months working with a mentor and your own group



Phase 3: August 2015 - 2-day residential workshop



Conceptualised and implemented by the India Theatre Forum (ITF)



Managed by Junoon & India Foundation for the Arts(IFA)



Supported by : Goethe-Institut/MaxMuellerBhavan and Bajaj Group 



Greetings from India Theatre Forum!



We are delighted to announce the launch of India’s very first management programme for theatre. A 10-day 



residential course followed by a 6-month mentorship by senior theatre practitioners. 



SMART is a programme to build capacity in theatre groups to think and work strategically, hence to be most 



effectual in whatever sphere of theatre they are working in. The aim is to enrich the field of theatre through 



building management capacities that support and enable the artistic dream. SMART is for those already 



working in the field who have the power to make a difference within their organisations. (SMART note 



SMART is brought to you by India Theatre Forum (ITF), a theatre network based on the concept of alliance, 



run by and for people committed to the growth of a vibrant theatre culture and practice in India. (Brief 



7 reasons why SMART is unique ...



* 1st ever theatre management training programme in India 



Never before has there been a management training programme dedicatedly focused on theatre in India.



* Addresses the dire need of the hour



Urban and semi-urban contemporary Indian theatre needs professional management that looks at the 



needs and realities of Indian theatre and responds to these realities to ensure the greatest possible 



effectiveness of theatre’s reach and possibilities.



* Built on indigenous knowledge



For the first time in India and perhaps in Asia, here is a programme that addresses the needs of theatre 



practice from the ground up. Informed by existing practices in India and taught by people with direct 



experience of working with the theatre and the arts in India, the programme borrows strategically from 



established management practices where necessary

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