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ABOUT US / Network Young Audience

The diversity of the independent performing arts is particularly evident in the area of theatre for children and young people. The AG meets once a month. The focus is on networking, presence of the independent children's and youth theatre scene, cooperation with educational institutions and institutions of cultural education.

Contact or register for inclusion in the mailing list: kindertheater(at)lafdk-bremen.de

We are very pleased that, thanks to the generous support of the Senator for Education and the Senator for Culture, we have been able to launch the model project "TOURENDE BÜHNE für Junges Publikum", which will send actors from the fields of spoken theatre, dance, figure-object theatre and circus who produce plays for primary schools to schools with predominantly socio-economic needs free of charge from January to July 2023! 
Click here for the booking link: TOURENDE BÜHNE


1. children and young people have finally been able to experience culture again in recent months and educators, families, politicians and actors have seen and experienced this: They need the encounter with art now more urgently than ever!

Every child has a right to cultural education - this is implicit in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, which celebrates its 30th anniversary in Germany in 2022: with its rights to participation in cultural life, to play and to age-appropriate media use. Compliance with these rights contributes to social cohesion in Germany and is also an important driver of integration in our society.

3 Culture, cultural education processes and cultural participation are not a luxury and not only for good times. Especially in difficult times, culture can be the place that examines society in the most diverse contexts, holds it together and enables open conversations even on complex issues.

Art opens up worlds, gives space for humour, for utopia, for questions, experiences and imagination. Cultural offerings strengthen and support young people, and thus also families and educational institutions, who find themselves in a permanent state of overload and uncertainty. Theatre visits here are not simply leisure time, but they are multi-layered encounters and confrontations with art and culture that are part of young people's (learning) everyday life. 5.

Artistic processes and their own artistic activities offer many opportunities for profound social discussions. Within the school or day-care centre, these opportunities must be created by artists: Theatre in the schoolyard, mobile guest performances in the facilities, workshops, analogue-digital interactions and artistic research in the everyday environment of children and young people.

Cultural and educational administrations must work together NOW to create models that are viable and offer sustainable and reliable framework conditions for all participants so that cultural participation can be experienced in practice.

The Good Childcare Agreement between the Federal Government and the State of Bremen includes the promotion of child development, health, nutrition and exercise as well as the promotion of language education in fields of action 6 and 7.
With the development of the education plan for 0-10 years, didactic concepts are currently being developed for a continuous and compatible education time between day care centre and primary school and tested in alliances between day care centre and primary school. The first step is in the areas of language, mathematics and aesthetic education.

The Bremen actors in the independent scene for young audiences are ready to help shape these models with their knowledge and qualifications. So that every child and every young person in the state of Bremen can realise their right to cultural participation.