Pilot project – Makers' Mobility

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ENSATT Background and experience

The École Nationale Supérieure des Arts et Techniques du Théâtre - ENSATT is a « school-Theatre » that each year welcomes around 160 students in full training courses and lifelong Learning/Continuing Professional Development internships along with 70 to 80 professionals on short training courses, post graduate students, auditors and foreign students enrolled to obtain the certificate in Theatrical Studies awarded by the school or taking part in an Erasmus exchange programme.

The ENSATT is a school where academic research and artistic research question each other in a constant dialogue, thus broadening the experimental field. It is also a performance venue for productions created by former ENSATT students or proposed by its partners.

The ENSATT strongly believes that cross sector and transdisciplinary and transgenerational exchanges and cooperation are efficient ways to improve its practices and develop its staff and student competencies. It is also a major tool to stimulate greater creativity, innovation and cultural entrepreneurship among students and staff.

Our involvement in European schools and performing arts centers network proves us that the exchange of practices helps shifting the lines and opens new horizons to fulfill our duties as higher education institution.

The ENSATT is willing to participate to a consortium answering to the call EAC/S09/2019 by putting its competencies and expertise for the implementation of a small-scale makers' mobility scheme testing and the contribution to an analysis of the consortium contribution to skills development and social inclusion via the pilot project.



Quentin Touitou - Development & Partnership Manager


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Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts et Techniques du Théâtre


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