The Slovenian Theatre Institute cooperates and connects with similar institutions in Slovenia and abroad, both through its existing international network of partners and through establishing new connections and gaining new partners, cooperating with professionals from the same field of work, and through exchanging knowledge and good practices.
In the period between 2008 and 2010, we cooperated with theatre institutes and museums from the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia as part of the Culture 2000. Together, we prepared an ambitious international project TACE – Theatre Architecture in Central Europe. Between 2012 and 2017, we cooperated with five museums from Austria, Denmark, Germany, Poland, and the United Kingdom to create the acknowledged traveling exhibition The History of Europe – Told by its Theatres under the patronage of the Association of Historic Theatres in Europe – Perspectiv and with the financial support of the Culture program. Under Perspectiv, we are also participating in the project The European Route of Historic Theatres.
The Institute is currently participating in several international projects. It is the leading partner in the project Classics in the Graphic Novel: A pilot model of new high school culture education through graphic novels, in which the Institute together with partners from Poland (Adam Mickiewicz Institute) and Slovakia (The Theatre Institute Bratislava) and in cooperation with artists and high schools focuses on the development of a innovative, interdisciplinary culture and arte education in high school pilot model based on selected european drama classics realised in the graphic novel. The project is supported by the EU from the Creative Europe programme, Culture subprogramme.