Santiago a Mil International Festival 2017 in Santiago, Chile presents two conversations during its presenters' week with the theme of Latin America Today livestreaming on the global, commons-based peer produced HowlRound TV network at howlround.tv Tuesday, January 17 and Thursday, January 19.
Platea is the Santiago a Mil Festival’s presenters' week, where Chilean and Latin American creators come together with producers and cultural consultants from all over the world to promote and help diffuse performing arts at a global level. For six days, more than 200 professionals will come together to see plays with an international projection and to exchange ideas, create networks and come up with new projects through activities whose main theme this year is Latin America Today. The program includes a series of talks, work sessions and business meetings whose aim is to promote artistic residencies, the touring of plays and productions and co-productions.
Panel and Debate: Latinoamérica Hoy
3:30pm-5pm CLST (Santiago) / 1:30pm-3pm EST (New York) / 12:30pm-2pm CST (Chicago) / 10:30am-12pm PST (Los Angeles) / 6:30pm-8pm GMT (London) / 19:30-21:00 CET (Berlin)
Talk by Héctor Ponce (Latin-American theater), Claudia Zapata (Cultural Studies) y Damián Cervantes (Vaca 35’s Director). Modera Mauricio Barría. Discussion on the aesthetic, historical and political aspects that determine the existence of a Latin American theater scene.
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Presentation: International Training Projects
11:30am-1pm CLST (Santiago) / 9:30am-11am EST (New York) / 8:30am-10am CST (Chicago) / 2:30pm-4pm GMT (London) / 15:30-17:00 CET (Berlin)
Carolina Roa and Alfonso Arenas from the Santiago a Mil Foundation talk about the training programs from institutes such as the Royal Court and the Theater Direction School, as well as the resident artist agreements.
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