Talleres enfocados a la enseñanza de la práctica operativa a través de módulos exploratorios. Los participantes se familiarizarán con una gama de técnicas y tipos de títeres centrándose en aspectos clave de la actuación, incluida la dramaturgia de la actuación con títeres, la escala y la perspectiva, los componentes del ritmo de la escena, el entorno atmosférico y el movimiento de los títeres en películas con stop motion, máscaras teatrales, movimiento y personajes.

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Tito Lorefice (director)

 

He has acted, written and directed plays for puppet theater, actors theater, operas, film works of animated forms, performances, and video installations. He was the creator of the Bachelor and master in Puppet Theater of the National University of San Martín, Argentine. Co-founder of the Company of Puppeteers of the UNSAM. He published works and plays for puppets. He was master of acting with puppets during 18 years in the School "Ariel Bufano" in Buenos Aires. For his work individually and/or in groups he has received several international awards. In 2018 he receives the "Javier Villafañe" Award to the Trajectory. He currently directs and is in charge of the core subject Contemporary Puppetry, in the Central Academy of Drama, Beijing, China. 

He has directed, acting, give workshops and/or lectures in Brasil, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, Uruguay, Mexico, USA, Canadá, Portugal, Spain, France, Swtizerland, Italy, Holand, Belgium, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, Israel, India, and China.

 

 

Sebastian Pascual

He is a multidisciplinary artist and teacher in the area of ​​the scene, the object and the technology, both in the Postgraduate Specialization in Theater of Objects, Interactivity and New Media, where he works as a teacher in the subject "Staging" with

the director Ana Alvarado, as in the National University of San Martín, where

He develops as an assistant teacher in the subject of Acting, Object and Scene,

together with the teacher Carlos Almeida, in addition to coordinating the Puppet and Objects area of ​​the M. Kagel University Institute. During the year 2018. It also dictates the postgraduate seminar called “Introduction to Creative Programming” at UNA.

As a multimedia artist he participated exhibiting works in spaces such as The Centrequatre de Paris in France, the Steffani Conservatory in Italy where he made video clips Mapping, Cultural Recoleta, Chamber of Deputies of the Nation, The Usina del Arte, Konex, General Cultural Center San Martín , among others.

He participated in PHASE, ESCALATRÓNICA, THE WRONG, festivals INTERFACES AND FRAMEWORK OF OBJECTS, among others.

In 2016 he was nominated for the JAVIER VILLAFAÑE national awards in the category “Multimedia Design” for the work Rio Arriba and in 2017 it was highlighted in the “Sound Design” category at the TEATRO DEL MUNDO awards for the work

Diarios de 15 y en 2018 was nominated for “Musical Composition” in the JAVIER VILLAFAÑE awards for the Daily works of 15 and Alboroto en el Cielo and in the “Experimental Theater” category with the play Foe and Diarios de 15.

 

 

Alejandra D´agostino

She has a degree in acting and a theater specialist with objects, interactivity and new media graduated from the National University of the Arts (UNA). Actress, director, director, researcher and teacher in the theater and film field. He received a scholarship from the UNA, due to his performance in the undergraduate degree, to perform the Postgraduate Theater with objects, interactivity and new media. As a researcher she appeared at National and International Congresses where she worked as a theoretician and artist. In 2018 he traveled to Italy to the Steffani Conservatory in Castelfranco, where he worked as a teacher teaching Tecno-scene courses through the Erasmus Plus exchange. She is a teacher in the chair of the Laboratory of Technology applied to the career scene Direction, Acting and Lighting of the UNA.

As a multimedia artist he participated exhibiting works in spaces such as The Centrequatre de Paris in France, the Steffani Conservatory in Italy where he made video clips Mapping, Cultural Recoleta, Chamber of Deputies of the Nation, The Usina del Arte, Konex, General Cultural Center San Martín , among others.

She is the founder of the PIE group. (Experimental Interdisciplinary Project) project that is based on the investigation of the different media and technological supports and their hybridization with art. In theater, he worked on numerous technological works, latest productions: Munchhausen by Ana Alvarado (Assistant Director, mapping), Diarios de 15 by Ana Alvarado (Actress, costume design, audiovisual design), Foe de Tito Loreficce (Actress) and Games by Alejandra D´agostino (Direction and photography).