Natasa Kraljevic

Lidija Dedovic

Andjelka Nenezic

Edin Jasarovic

Janko Ljumovic

Vuk Perovic

ITI Centre of Montenegro is established in 2019 as a part of the International Theatre Institute network, founded in 1948 by UNESCO. ITI aims to promote international exchange of knowledge and practice in the area of the performing arts.

 ITI Montenegro recognized 4 main fields of action:

  1. Creation of Theatre plays, Festivals, film and Videos –  strengthening  of the performing arts in all its forms through festivals, theatre performances, workshops with domestic and international artists;
  2. Support of Youth and development of Youth projects  – cooperation with young artists & students support of their work and promotion;
  3. Protection of Montenegrin cultural heritage through collection of data & information, writing and assembling the material on contemporary arts in Montenegro
  4. Translation of the written material and promotion of the material.

Established through the implementation of the ADNICH project and created by the Lead Programme Manager in the project and the Artistic Director of the Royal Theatre Zetski dom, the ITI Centre of Montenegro is an independent non-governmental organization.   It has own Statute and management team.

Board / Bureau

President / Présidente
Natasa Kraljevic

Vice President / Vice-Président
Janko Ljumovic

General Secretary / Secrétaire général
Lidija Dedovic; Nada Vukcevic; Srdjan Grahovac; Edin Jasarovic; Vuk Perovic

International Theatre Institute ITI

The International Theatre Institute ITI is the world’s largest performing arts organisation, founded in 1948 by theatre and dance experts and UNESCO.

World Theater Day

World Theater Day was established by the International Theatre Institute by UNESCO experts and celebrated for the first time on March 27, 1962. The date coincided, then, with the inauguration ceremony of the Theater of Nations which took place in Paris. Since that day, every year, World Theater Day is celebrated all over the world. For the occasion, a personality from theater, music and culture in general is asked to write a message. Among the authors of the Message we find Jean Cocteau, Eugene Ionesco, Arthur Miller, Luchino Visconti, Wole Soyinka, Vaclav Havel, Helene Weigel, Arianne Mnouchkine, Peter Brook, Augusto Boal, Dario Fo, Anatoly Vassiliev, Pablo Neruda, Ellen Stewart.


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