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Extended to: 05/01/2014
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6 semester / 9 quarter hours
Eligibility:
2.75 Overall GPA
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*Please see the detailed information available below for an important note about program dates.

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Program Overview

Program Overview

Boasting the most active live arts scene in Latin America, and the greatest concentration of theatrical venues on earth, is there a more fitting or dynamic city to study the performing arts than Argentina?

Integrating compelling coursework with field experience and master classes led by local artists and scholars, Performing Arts in Argentina deepens your understanding and appreciation of the relationship between aesthetic representations in the performing arts, and the socio-historical framework behind them.

In Argentina you will:

  • Improve your Spanish-language skills through intensive instruction, cultural excursions, and homestays with Argentine families
  • Study and experiment with local artists and experts in a series of Master classes
  • Attend theatrical, musical, and dance performances in and around Buenos Aires through outings and excursions
  • Explore Latin American and Argentine culture, history, and contemporary society through the lens of the performing arts
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The CIEE Difference

The CIEE Difference

Coursework

Attend. Observe. Analyze. Reflect. Enroll in curriculum that supplements theory with experiential learning:

  • Analyze the regional and socio-historical factors in the way Rio de la Plata and Latin America have influenced the performing arts
  • Attend and participate in local performances, activities, and workshops that illuminate topics and in-class work in Performing Arts Experience and Practice in Buenos Aires.

Master Classes

With study abroad in Buenos Aires, artists are your teachers. In a series of “Master Classes” you’ll engage directly with local actors, directors, dancers, musicians for tutorials, discussions, and participatory performance sessions.

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Cultural Immersion

See it. Hear it. Feel it. Buenos Aires, one of the greatest live arts cities on earth, is your classroom. In addition to popular, alternative, and fringe performances and artists, the program is supplemented by a number of trips and excursions to various points of cultural interest around Buenos Aires.

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Dates, Deadlines & Fees

Dates, Deadlines & Fees

We want to make sure you get the most out of your experience when you study abroad with CIEE, which is why we offer the most inclusions in our fees.

The program fee includes:

  • Tuition and housing
  • Pre-departure advising and optional on-site airport meet and greet
  • Full-time program leadership and support
  • Field trips and cultural activities
  • CIEE iNext travel card which provides insurance and other travel benefits
Please note, program dates are subject to change. Please contact your CIEE Study Abroad Advisor before purchasing airfare. Click the button to view more detailed information about dates and fees as well as estimated additional costs. Please talk with your University Study Abroad Advisor about additional fees that may be charged by your home institution when participating in a program abroad.
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Summer 2014 (7 wks)
Extended to: 05/01/2014
06/04/2014
07/20/2014
$5,850

Program Date Notes

Program Fees

In addition to the items outlined below, the CIEE program fee includes an optional on-site airport meet and greet, full-time leadership and support, orientation, cultural activities, local excursions, field trips, pre-departure advising, and a CIEE iNext travel card which provides insurance and other travel benefits.
Participation Confirmation *
$300
Educational Costs **
$3,898
Housing ***
$1,550
Insurance
$102

This breakdown has been prepared from the program budget for the purpose of calculating eligibility for financial aid. During the course of program operations, actual figures may vary. It should not, therefore, be used as a basis for calculation of refunds. CIEE reserves the right to adjust fees at any time.

Students required to study on CIEE programs through a School of Record will be charged a $340 administrative fee in addition to the Program Fees listed.

* non-refundable

** direct cost of education charged uniformly to all students

*** includes two meals per day

Estimated Additional Costs

Meals not included in program fee
$500
International Airfare *
$1,300
Local Transportation
$125
Books & Supplies
$100
Local government registration/entrance fees
$160
Personal expenses
$750

The estimated additional costs indicated are intended to assist students and parents in budgeting for those additional living and discretionary expenses not included in the program fee. Actual expenses will vary according to student interests and spending habits.

* round-trip based on U.S. East Coast departure

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Summer 2015 (7 wks)
04/01/2015
06/04/2015
07/20/2015

Program Date Notes

Program Fees

This breakdown has been prepared from the program budget for the purpose of calculating eligibility for financial aid. During the course of program operations, actual figures may vary. It should not, therefore, be used as a basis for calculation of refunds. CIEE reserves the right to adjust fees at any time.

Students required to study on CIEE programs through a School of Record will be charged a $340 administrative fee in addition to the Program Fees listed.

Estimated Additional Costs

The estimated additional costs indicated are intended to assist students and parents in budgeting for those additional living and discretionary expenses not included in the program fee. Actual expenses will vary according to student interests and spending habits.

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Eligibility
2.75 Overall GPA

Eligibility

  • Overall GPA 2.75
  • 4 semesters of Spanish Language
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Recommended Credit

Recommended Credit

Total recommended credit for the semester program is 6 semester / 9 quarter credit hours.

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Program Requirements

Program Requirements

All study abroad program courses are offered by CIEE at the CIEE Study Center at FLACSO. All classes and coursework is delivered exclusively in Spanish. Each of the program courses, described below, includes 45 contact hours. Recommended credit for each course is 3 semester/ 4.5 quarter hours.

  • Theory and History of the Performing Arts in Latin America
  • Performing Arts Experience and Practice in Buenos Aires
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About the City

About The City

Founded in 1536, Argentina’s capital Buenos Aires is often referred to as the Paris of Latin America. Within this immense, yet surprisingly navigable Latin American metropolis, elegant 19th century buildings and café life are reminiscent of Europe and the Middle East. A vibrant port city, Buenos Aires is also the world’s leading Spanish language publishing center. With a population of 13 million, Buenos Aires offers its visitors the chance to experience the cultural intrigue and diversity that can only be found in a city of this size and prestige.

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Meet The Staff

Meet The Staff

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Andrea Rizzotti

Resident Director

Andrea Rizzotti has worked with CIEE since 1994 and supervises the administrative and academic aspects of the Study Center. In addition, Andrea is professor of the CIEE Body, Gender, and Sexuality in Argentina course. She has a summa cum laude B.A. in Sociology from UBA and a M.A. from FLACSO in Social Sciences and Public Health. Andrea’s academic interests include public health, gender and women, adolescents, and children and family. She is currently working toward her Ph.D. and researching non-punished abortion in the public health system of Argentina. Since 2008 Andrea has worked as a National Senate counselor in the National Congress. Recently approved projects were, “Equalitarian Married,” “Assisted Reproduction and Fertilization Law” and “Gender Identity.”

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¿Qué decir cuando hablamos de Buenos Aires? Seguramente muchas cosas, y aun nos quedaríamos cortos de palabras. Para comenzar, Buenos Aires es la capital de la Argentina. Es una ciudad portuaria vibrante, reconocida por sus numerosas bibliotecas, librerías, y variada vida cultural. ;Mucha gente la llama la “París de Sudamérica” debido a su mezcla de arquitectura clásica, moderna y colonial. La ciudad es también un referente del fútbol (soccer) en América Latina, reconocida por la pasión de sus aficionados y sus talentosos jugadores. Buenos Aires es renombrada también por la excelencia académica de sus universidades y su extensa tradición intelectual, siendo la ciudad natal de cinco premios Nobel. Todo esto (¡y mucho más!) existe en una metrópoli que es bulliciosa de día, y tiene una vida nocturna vibrante. Cuenta con una población diversa, políticamente activa y de alta conciencia social. Buenos Aires es, sin duda, una de las ciudades más cosmopolitas, encantadoras e intrigantes del hemisferio. ¿Te esperamos para que conozcas todo lo que la ciudad y el país tienen para ofrecerte!

-- Andrea Rizzotti, Resident Director

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Carolina Alba Merlo

Carolina Alba Merlo has worked with CIEE since 1996. She works alongside the resident director designing, developing, and managing the study center. Carolina received her bachelor’s degree in communications and social psychology at the Pichón Riviere Institute and will soon finish her master’s degree in cognitive psychology and education, with a focus on international education and adaptation processes.

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Vera Cerqueiras

Spanish Department Director

Vera Cer queiras is the academic Spanish coordinator of the CIEE Study Center in Buenos Aires received her master’s degree in Spanish as a second language from the University of Barcelona. and she has obtained a certificate as evaluator from the American Council on The Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) to administrate the Computerized Oral Proficiency Instrument (COPI) exam in Buenos Aires.

She has also served as adjunct professor of Spanish at New York University in Buenos Aires since 2008. She was the academic coordinator of the Spanish as a Foreign Language section of the UBA’s Laboratorio de Idiomas from 1999 to 2008. She developed teaching materials and learning methods for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and for the Latin Union in a special program for emigrants from East Europe.

Vera trains teachers in Spanish as a Second Language, leading workshops, lectures, and courses for postgraduate education in Argentina, Brazil, EEUU and the Anglophone Caribbean. She has served as an expert in many international projects intended to share academic and technical assistance. Her research focuses on the relationship between language and culture and language representations in teaching methods.

Currently, she leads two research teams at CIEE Buenos Aires Study Center: one comparing local and U.S. academic culture and another promoting evaluation and certification studies.

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Favio Rizzotti

Favio has worked with CIEE since 2002. He earned a postgraduate degree from the Metropolitan School of Dramatic Art of Buenos Aires. He is an accomplished actor, director, and performing arts professor, and coordinates workshops and courses in the dramatic arts.

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Where You'll Study

Where You'll Study

The Argentine branch of Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO) hosts the CIEE Study Center in Buenos Aires. Founded in 1957 by UNESCO, the UN agency dedicated to education, culture, and science, FLACSO sponsors Latin America’s largest and most prestigious postgraduate teaching and research program in the social sciences. FLACSO-Argentina was established in 1974, and its faculty is associated with several local universities. Students take specially designed CIEE courses at FLACSO with the collaboration of IUNA under an agreement between FLACSO and IUNA.

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Housing & Meals

Housing & Meals

To enhance the study abroad experience, and reinforce the themes of the program, students will have the opportunity to live with an Argentine host family where one or more members are involved in the local arts world. Students can express their preference for more or less traditional host families—families with young children or host-siblings their own age, single professionals, and younger (20-40´s) or older (50+) host parents.

Housing includes two meals a day—breakfast, and either lunch or dinner. Host families and students arrange their own meal schedules.

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Orientations

Orientations

A three-day study abroad orientation session at the beginning of the program introduces you to the city of Buenos Aires, Argentine culture, and the program. Orientation includes specially-designed sessions on health and safety, local living logistics, and community engagement opportunities. All orientation activities are based on the Spanish profiles of students, and are run by the study center’s student coordinators who use orientation sessions as an opportunity to create direct relationships with individual students, which each of them will monitor and support during the term. At the end of the orientation you will need to sign a commitment form by which you acknowledge and accept all the program’s policies

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Transportation

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Onsite orientation includes information on using local buses and taxis safely and effectively. Local transportation can be used to safely travel around Buenos Aires and within Argentina. Local transportation costs are not included in the program fee and are your responsibility.

Safety

The CIEE study abroad program orientation includes several sessions on local safety and security issues. Although violent crime is extremely rare, you must take care when traveling around the city. CIEE staff will discuss security and safety concerns with you before and during the program, and advise you about the importance of traveling in groups, avoiding walking outside after dark, and other precautions that can help ensure a safe study-abroad experience in Argentina.

Health

There are no major health concerns in Buenos Aires since Argentina has an excellent health care system, and there are numerous clinics available to you in the event of illness or emergency.

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Internet

Internet

You are encouraged to bring a wireless-enabled laptop. Many host families have Internet access in their homes. You will also have access to the Internet at CIEE Study Center in FLACSO computer labs and Internet cafés throughout the city.

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Culture

Culture

Cultural Activities

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The academic program is supplemented by field trips and excursions to various points of cultural interest around Buenos Aires. Cultural activities are organized and conducted under the objective of providing an overview of the main performing arts and other artistic expressions in the city.

As an integral part of the program and course offerings, you will be required to participate in a significant number, and wide variety, of field experiences namely to attend performances that will form the basis of your observation and analysis of the performing arts, but which will also constitute a central pillar of your cultural experience. Additionally, you will be required to attend a certain number of elective performances in order to diversify your experience and that of the the participant group, and allow students a measure of specialization in terms of their individual interests within the broader performing arts arena. Resident and instructional staff will assist students in accessing information about local offer and selecting performances that will support their academic learning goals and personal interest and enjoyment. Students will be actively encouraged on an extracurricular basis to take full advantage of the huge array of performances available in Buenos Aires in order to enhance their academic and cultural study abroad experience.

The program will also include a series of “master classes” where local artists and experts will meet with students for tutorials, discussions, and participatory performance sessions that will allow students a direct and immersive experience with local representatives of the performing arts world.

Overnight Field Trip

Potential field trip sites are still being assessed but it is anticipated that students will be offered one of the two following options for the overnight field trip.

Option 1: Rosario, Santa Fe

Rosario is the third-largest city in Argentina by population, with a growing and important metropolitan area. It is located 185 miles northwest of Buenos Aires, in the province of Santa Fe, on the western shore of the Paraná River.

The city is located at the heart of the major industrial corridor based on the Port of Rosario.

Rosario has many cultural activities in many artistic disciplines with national and international reach. The city has produced important personalities in the fields of music, painting, philosophy, politics, poetry, literature, medicine, and law. Important theaters are El Círculo, Astengo Auditorium, La Comedia, etc. The city has several museums, as well.

Rosario will be a great option for students to find a different perspective of Argentina’s social and cultural diversity.

Option 2: Ciudad de Mar Del Plata

Located on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, 250 miles south of Buenos Aires, Mar del Plata is one of the major fishing ports and the biggest seaside beach resort in Argentina.

An outstanding seafood culture leads the city’s gastronomy. Natural forests and parks are available for tourism, along with sightseeing and cultural tours focused on the first half of the 20th century, a time of social construction in Argentina. All this turns Mar del Plata into a great option for experiencing and understanding many of the important contrasts between Buenos Aires and the rest of Argentina.

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Academics

Academics

The main goal of this intensive summer study abroad program is to offer students the possibility to perceive Latin American and Argentine culture, history, and contemporary society through the lens of the performing arts. This approach will integrate the acquisition of new knowledge through theory, history, and field experiences in the area of the performing arts (theater, dance, music). Field experiences include observation, analysis, and practice of specific artistic manifestations in the Rio de la Plata region.

The academic components and co-curricular/extracurricular design of the program are oriented towards helping students observe, analyze, and reflect upon the history, and socio-cultural and political contexts of the performing arts in the Rio de la Plata region as part of Latin America. This will be achieved through classroom-based and co-curricular study of theater, dance, and music in the Rio de la Plata and Latin America.

The program duration is seven weeks, with 14 contact hours per week.

The study abroad program will offer two courses focused on the performing arts (see description in appendix):

  • Theory and History of the Performing Arts in Latin America. This course focuses on performing arts theory and the analysis of how regional socio-historical contexts in the Rio de la Plata and Latin America have influenced the performing arts.
  • Perfoming Arts Experience and Practice in Buenos Aires This course is based on experiential aspects of the performing arts, including practical experience and reflection on the arts within the local Buenos Aires context. Students will attend, observe, and participate in performance activities and workshops in which they will have the chance to experience, analyze, and reflect on actual performances as well as the topics they have studied in the program.

Language Acquisition

To fulfill the program's goal of developing students’ general and performing arts-related Spanish language skills, the program will integrate two different teaching strategies successfully used in other CIEE Buenos Aires study abroad programs, and implemented by a team of CIEE’s resident Spanish instructors.

  • Faculty Teaching Team Throughout the program and both courses, a team teaching methodology will be used, through which content and language professors, organized in pedagogical teams, will assist students with the content of their courses as well as prepare them for their out-of-classroom experiences. Working as tutors and facilitators, these arts and language specialists will accompany students through different aspects of the program to ensure that they achieve their academic and linguistic objectives.
  • Spanish Tutoring Tutorial support will be offered/required for students that want/need to improve their language skills. This will be available through personalized follow up with the purpose of helping students produce written and spoken/performed required tasks.

Academic Culture

Classes in the program are for CIEE study abroad students only, and based on instructional methods and teaching standards that will be familiar to most students who have studied foreign languages at typical U.S. college campuses. Program staff and resources will be available to assist students in navigating any challenges faced in adjusting to differences in academic culture, and students will be introduced to and prepared for the academic life of the Program through orientation activities and materials, regular advising, and contact and language exchange with local students.

Nature of Classes

The academic content of the program will be designed, managed, and delivered by CIEE with the collaboration of the Department of Dramatic Art of IUNA. Classes are for CIEE study abroad students only. Class instruction is provided by professors with extensive academic and practical experience and expertise in the arts and performing arts fields.

Grading System

Letter grades of A, A-, B+, B, B-, C+, C, D and F are given. Students are assessed based on a combination of participation, papers, oral presentations, and a final exam. Attendance is mandatory and Incompletes are not accepted.

Language of Instruction

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Note: This course listing is for informational purposes only and does not constitute a contract between CIEE and any applicant, student, institution, or other party. The courses, as described, may be subject to change as a result of ongoing curricular revisions, assignment of lecturers and teaching staff, and program development. Courses may be cancelled due to insufficient enrollment.

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Course Title: Theory and History of the Performing Arts in Latin America

CONTACT HOURS: 45 hours
CREDITS: 3 semester / 4.5 quarter credits
INSTRUCTOR: Estela Castronuovo

Overview

This course focuses on performing arts theory, and the analysis of how the regional socio-historical contexts of the Rio de la Plata and Latin America have influenced the performing arts.

Course Contents:

Unit 1: The Performing Arts

Concepts and definition of performing arts and their origins
Analysis of the main components of the theatrical event, dance, and music
New codes for the stage actor: the performer-actor, dancer-actor, and epic narrator-actor
Introduction to the history of theatre in Argentina and the Rio de la Plata area

Unit 2: Artistic Life in Buenos Aires and the Rio de la Plata Area

The socio-historical context of the region and its influence in the present
Introduction to Ethnoscenology in the Río de la Plata area. Reading and commentary of fundamentals of Ethnoscenology and Performance Studies
Theatre and Political Action: Teatro Abierto, Teatro por la Identidad, Street Performance, and Community Theatre
Multicultural Buenos Aires: poetical highlights of Latin American theatre: realism, Brechtian epic theatre, the theatre of the absurd, and Eugenio Barba’s influence
Theatre, dance, and music circuits: official, independent, and commercial. The audience

Unit 3: Dance and Music in Argentina and the Rio de la Plata Area

Autochthonous musical genres: tradition and renovation
State dance companies, folkloric dance companies, tango
Contemporary independent dance (COCOA – Contemporary Choreographer Association)
“Fusion folklore” and intercultural dialogue
Murga and candombe as dominant cultural expressions of the Río de la Plata area
Music and staging

Unit 4: Cross-languages in the Performing Arts

Dance-theatre
The narrator and staging
Theatre and new technologies, object theatre, image theatre, and new puppetry for adults
Gender issues in the Buenos Aires theatre scene

Unit 5: Artistic Production

Artistic production and its three spheres (official, independent, and commercial)
Roles in production. Field reconnaissance. The audience. The show
Self-management as a social and artistic experience. Government cultural agencies and culture-management legislation
Introduction to independent cinema. Human resources as a key in production. Buenos Aires International Independent Film Festival - BAFICI.

Class Evaluation:

The final grade will be an average of:
A grade based on class and forum/blog participation, readings, and colloquium
Two midterm exams
A final report

COURSE TITLE: Practices and Experiences: Perfoming Arts in the Local Setting

CONTACT HOURS: 45 hours
CREDITS: 3 semester / 4.5 quarter credits
INSTRUCTOR: Favio Rizzotti

Main goal:

This course is centered on the performing arts experience, practice, and reflection in the local Buenos Aires context. Students will attend, observe, and participate in performance activities and workshops in which they will have the chance of experiencing, analyzing, and reflecting on actual performances as well as the topics they have studied in the program.

Course Contents:

Unit 1: The body on stage: the semiotics and the practices of the dramatic text

Unit Objetive: Students will perform parts of some theatrical texts with the objective of identifying and analyzing different elements and characteristics (actantial model, actions and characters, others).

Unit Activities:
Student will attend varied performances in different local venues.
Students will participate in class discussions and debates about the elements related to the performances experienced during the unit.
Students will study the following texts: Roberto Cossa’s Gris de Ausencia, Griselda Gambaro’s Decir Sí, Patricia Suárez’s El Tapadito, Mauricio Kartun’s Ala de Criados, Ricardo Monti’s La Cortina de Abalorios, and Patricia Zangaro’s Por un Reino

Unit 2: Introduction to the stage actor in the Buenos Aires theatre scene

Unit Objetive: Students will identify and assess the different origins and influences of local and regional artistic trends.

Unit Activities:
Students will choose a representative text of an artistic trend (realism, Brechtian epic theatre, the theatre of the absurd, or Eugenio Barba’s theatre) and will work on it on stage.
Students will perform and reflect about the elements related to performance experienced and analyzed during the unit, such as the local Sainete and Creole Grotesque.
Students will interview local performers.
Students will participate in a tour of historical sites where aesthetic movements emerged, and will visit local companies working in these areas of the performing arts.

Unit 3: Connections between rock, tango, and murga/candombe

Unit Objetive: Students will become aware of the different techniques involved in each discipline and the traditions of those regional musical expresion and their cultural significance in the local context.

Unit Activities:
Students will attend and participate in group rehearsals.
Students will be included in community workshops in different public and community settings such as public squares, neighborhood cultural centers, milongas , and NGOs.
Students will interview performers and artists-in-training.
Students will perform various exercises to explore and better understand the performance art aspects being observed and studied.
Students will participate in class discussions and debates about the elements of performances experienced during the unit.

Unit 4: Contemporary dance in Buenos Aires

Unit Objetive: Students will approach a dramatic text using the body and the environment.

Unit Activities:
Students will visit differents workshops and local shows such as the San Martín Theatre, Contemporary Ballet, the Contemporary Choreographer Association, and other independent arts organizations.
Students will interview the music group “Tamborelá – Drums in women’s hands” and attend a music workshop.
Students will participate in class discussions and debates about the elements related to the performances experienced during the unit.

Unit 5: Culture-management in Buenos Aires: the situation and problems of performing arts in the official, commercial, and alternative arts circles

Unit Objetive: Students will compare and reflect on the similarities and differences among the performing arts circles.

Unit Activities:
Students will attend rehearsals of varied shows that are soon to be performed.
Students will interview different figures from the local arts scene (actors, musicians, dancers, choreographers, filmmakers, managers, etc.)
Students will participate in class discussions and debates about the problems of performing arts in the official, commercial. and alternative scenes observed during the unit.

Evaluation and closure day

As a part of the program final evaluation, students will design a production plan for a 10 to 15 minute performance using first-hand experience and their perfoming arts knowledge and skills acquired in the study abroad program. Under the guidance of the professors, students will transform their plans into staged performance projects in which each student will have a specific role. The performance takes place during the closing day of the program.

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