Centro de Investigación Cinematográfica
Tte. Benjamín Matienzo 2571, C1426DAU CABA, Argentina/ 5411.4553.5120/ www.cic.edu.ar
The CIC - Cinematographic Research Center - is an institution with a recognized track record in the training of film, television, theater and curatorial professionals. It offers an educational proposal that constantly incorporates the latest technological advances and enables the creative development of its students. The CIC is a full member of the Ibero-American Federation of Schools of Image and Sound (FEISAL), one of the schools representing Argentina in its congresses and assemblies, with voice and vote, and with the possibility of participating in all actions, Plans and programs.
Universidad Blas Pascal
Avenida Donato Álvarez 380, B1900AAW Córdoba, Buenos Aires, Argentina/ 5481.0444.3382/ www.ubp.edu.ar
Born in the early 1990s, Blas Pascal University has already spent more than 20 years in the field of higher education. During this first phase, the team of academics and professionals who led this project focused on building the foundations of the institution to grow and strengthen nationally and internationally with an educational proposal of quality and excellence. The purpose of the UBP is to train graduates with a high level of professional competence, both in the field of knowledge and in their instrumental application ("Know and Know"). It aims to train solid and creative professionals, able to stand out in an increasingly competitive world.
Universidade de Brasília
Campus Universitário Darcy Ribeiro, Brasília - DF, 70910-900, Brazil/ 5561.3107.3300/ www.unb.br
A transformative university, with the mission of producing, integrating and disseminating knowledge, forming citizens committed to ethics, social responsibility and sustainable development. This is the University of Brasília, whose trajectory is intertwined with the history of the capital of the country. As a result of the dream and the work of educators like Darcy Ribeiro and Anísio Teixeira, UnB is, since 1962, the year of its creation, one of the main national academic references. The cultural diversity present in its four campuses is one of its outstanding characteristics. The plurality, coupled with the permanent search for innovative solutions, moves the scientific production and daily life of the institution.
UFRJ - Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
Avenida Pedro Calmon, 550, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil/ 5521.3938.9600/ www.ufrrj.br
The Federal University of Rio de Janeiro or University of Brazil (Portuguese: Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, UFRJ or Universidade do Brasil) is a public university in the state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. UFRJ is the largest federal university in the country and is one of the Brazilian centers of excellence in teaching and research. In terms of scientific, artistic and cultural productions it is recognized nationally and internationally due to the great teachers, researchers, reviews and assessments made by international agencies. In 2015 QS World University Rankings ranked UFRJ as the best Brazilian federal university, as well as the third best university in the country occupying the ninth position among institutions of Latin America. In 2015 the Ranking Universitário Folha (RUF) ranked UFRJ as the second best university in Brazil and the best Federal University in the country.
Academia Imperial de Belas Artes
Av. Pedro Calmon, 550 - 7º Andar, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil/ 5521.3938.1653 / www.eba.ufrj.br
The Academia Imperial de Belas Artes (Imperial Academy of Fine Arts) was an institution of higher learning in the arts in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, established by Dom João VI. Despite facing many initial difficulties, the Academy was established and took its place at the forefront of Brazilian arts education in the second half of the nineteenth century. The Academy became the center of the diffusion of new aesthetic trends and the teaching of modern artistic techniques. It eventually became one of the principal arts institutions under the patronage of Emperor Dom Pedro II. With the Proclamation of the Republic, it became known as the National School of Fine Arts. It became extinct as an independent institution in 1931, when it was absorbed by the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFF) and became known as the UFF School of Fine Arts, which still operates today.
School of Communications and Arts, University of São Paulo
Prédio Central 1, Av. Prof. Lúcio Martins Rodrigues, 443 - Butantã, São Paulo, Brazil/ 5511.3812.9251/ www3.eca.usp.br
The School of Communications and Arts at the University of São Paulo is an institution of higher education and research in the field of Arts and Communication located in São Paulo, Brazil. It was established in 1966 as School of Cultural Communication. In total, University of São Paulo School of Communications and Arts has 22 undergraduate courses, from which 15 are devoted to Arts: Scenic Design, Theater Direction, Theater Acting, Theory of Theater, Sculpture, Engraving, Multimedia, Inter-media, Painting, Chant and Lyrical Art, Musical composition, Musical Instruments, Conducting and graduation in Art Education, Acting Performances, Fine Arts and Music; five are devoted for Social Communication, there are four options: Journalism, Publishing, Advertising and Public Relations; besides the courses of Librarianship, Tourism and Audio-visual.
Escola de Artes Visuais do Parque Lage
Parque Nacional Tijuca - R. Jardim Botânico, 414 - Jardim Botânico, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil/ 5521.3257.1800/ www.eavparquelage.rj.gov.br
With about sixty teachers working in courses and programs, from Monday to Saturday, in three shifts, the Lage Park School of Visual Arts, linked to the Secretary of State for Culture, currently serves more than 2,000 students - young students , Artists, curators, researchers and other professionals related to art. The EAV is thus configured as a space open to the most diversified artistic experiences. Courses, lectures, seminars, exhibitions and festivals, covering fields such as cinema, video, music, theater, dance and performance, complement the teaching of art, making school one of the most prestigious spaces in the State of Rio de Janeiro and in the country.
Guignard University of Art of Minas Gerais
Rua Ascânio Burlamarque, 540 Mangabeiras - Belo Horizonte, Brazil/ 5531.3194.9300/ www.uemg.br
The Guignard University of Art of Minas Gerais (Portuguese: Escola Guignard) is a university of fine arts in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brasil. It was founded on 28 February 1944 by the Brazilian painter Alberto da Veiga Guignard (1896-1962) on request of Juscelino Kubitschek, mayor of Belo Horizonte and later President of Brazil. Guignard became a noted arts educator in Brazil and remained a professor at Guignard for the remainder of his life. The school is noted for its unorthodox administration and educational methods: students and teachers work together freely, and the school lacks the bureaucracy typical of other Brazilian educational institutions. Guignard offers two degrees: a degree in art education and bachelor's degree in fine arts.
Rua da Alegria, 10 Itaparica, Bahia, Brasil/ 5571.3631.1834/ sacatar.org
Instituto Sacatar is a non-profit arts foundation based in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil, which sponsors artistic fellowships/residencies for creative individuals of all disciplines. Based at an estate on the Island of Itaparica in the Baía de Todos os Santos, across from the city of Salvador, Brazil, the purpose of the Instituto Sacatar is to provide artists with a place to live and create, generate opportunities for artists to interact and collaborate with the local and regional community in Bahia, and to enhance the visibility and cultural impact of Salvador, Bahia and the nation of Brazil. Over eighty artists from twenty-nine countries have come since the first Fellows arrived in September 2001. In addition to its own program, the Instituto Sacatar awards specific Fellowships in conjunction with the UNESCO/Aschberg bursary program. Sacatar also has established artist exchange programs with the Taipei Artist Village in Taiwan and The South Project in Australia.
Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil
R. Álvares Penteado, 112 - Centro, São Paulo, Brazil/ 5511.3113.3651/ culturabancodobrasil.com.br
The Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil (CCBB, in English: Bank of Brazil Cultural Center) is a cultural organization of the Banco do Brasil based in Brazil with centers in Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia, São Paulo and Belo Horizonte. The CCBB began in 1986. It opened in Rio de Janeiro in 1989, Brasilia in 2000, São Paulo in 2001 and Belo Horizonte in 2013. Its three centers in Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia, and São Paulo are among the top hundred most visited art museums in the world. In 2013, the three centers combined had 4.4 million visitors: 2,034,397 visitors in Rio de Janeiro, 1,468,818 visitors in Brasilia, and 931,639 visitors in São Paulo. The largest of the CCBB institutions is located in Rio de Janeiro, in an art-deco building designed by Francisco Joaquim Bethencourt da Silva. Similar in size is the São Paulo institution, designed in the same style by Hippolyto Pujol. The smallest of the three complexes the Brasilia branch, designed by Alba Rabelo Cunha. Both the Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo branches contain theatres, cinemas, and multiple art galleries.
Sociedade de Cultura Artística
Rua Nestor Pestana, 125, São Paulo, Brasil/ 5511.3256.0223/ www.culturaartistica.com.br
Founded in 1912, the Society of Artistic Culture has as its mission to promote and disseminate works of plastic and performing arts such as exhibitions, concerts, recitals, conferences and theatrical and dance shows of a high technical, cultural and artistic level. Created as a society of friends, Cultura Artística is a private, non-profit institution whose activities are funded by donations from individuals, corporate sponsorship and member-subscriber contributions, as well as the sale of tickets for presentations. The main activities currently carried out include the Artistic Culture Season, which always takes place in the São Paulo Room, the chamber music series, held in various houses of the city as well as educational actions and support for theater productions.
Arts Institute of the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS)
Rua Senhor dos Passos, 248, Porto Alegre, Brasil/ 5551.3308.4303/ www.ufrgs.br
This Institute was founded on April 22, 1908, originally under the name of "Institute of Fine Arts," (Fine Arts Institute) through the initiative of a group of intellectuals and artists led by Olinto de Oliveira. The Arts Institute of the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS) today is one of the most prestigious and traditional Art schools in Brazil. For more than one hundred years, concrete actions and symbolic practices of artists and teachers linked to the Arts Institute have represented an essential part of the historical and cultural heritage of the State of Rio Grande do Sul. These activities aim to organize and promote the spread of artistic knowledge through teaching and research, and providing access to culture through Extension activities, contributing to the academic formation of new values in the artistic field, as well as the preservation of the memory and traditions of Rio Grande do Sul by encouraging students to carve new aesthetic paths.
Sao Paulo-IED Istituto Europeo di Design
R. Maranhão, 617 - Higienópolis, São Paulo, Brazil/ 5511.3660.8000/ ied.edu.br/sao_paulo
In Italy, it is present in Milan, Como, Rome, Florence, Venice, Turin and Cagliari. In Spain, in Madrid and in Barcelona. It also maintains two representative offices in Asia. In São Paulo, since 2005, it offers undergraduate, postgraduate and extension courses, recognized by MEC. In Rio de Janeiro, it occupies the former Casino on Urca Beach and offers free courses and post programs. IED, in both Europe and Brazil, also operates in the research, consulting and on demand courses through Cried, which also engages with companies, governments, entities and development institutions.
Rio De Janeiro-IED Istituto Europeo di Design
Av. João Luis Alves, 13 22291-090 Rio De Janeiro, Brazil/ 5521.3683.3786/ www.iedrio.com.br
FDI in both Europe and Brazil operates in the research and consulting segment through CRIED - Centro Ricerche, which includes the development of in-company courses and partnerships with companies, governments, entities and development institutions.
USP - Universidade de São Paulo
Butantã, São Paulo - State of São Paulo, Brazil/ 5511.3091.3116/ www5.usp.br
The University of São Paulo (Portuguese: Universidade de São Paulo, USP) is a public university in the Brazilian state of São Paulo. It is the largest Brazilian public university and the country's most prestigious educational institution, the best university in Ibero-America, and holds a high reputation among world universities, being ranked 51-60 worldwide in reputation by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings. USP is involved in teaching, research and university extension in all areas of knowledge, offering a broad range of courses.
Universidade Estadual de Campinas (Unicamp)-Institute of Arts
Cidade Universitária Zeferino Vaz - Barão Geraldo, Campinas - SP, Brazil/ 5519.3521.7000/ www.unicamp.br
The Institute of Arts ( IA ) is one of the units of the State University of Campinas (UNICAMP). By the Law of the creation of the university, the institute of Arts already existed by right from 1963 , but its activities only began in 1971 . The Music Department was the first to be created, where later the other departments were formed. From then on a kind of schedule was organized, and the first activities as concerts, formation of a university choir and a set of instruments to verify the receptivity of the university community and to create a suitable environment to implant the department that, later, Undergraduate and postgraduate activities.
Pontificia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro – (PUC-Rio)
R. Marquês de São Vicente, 225 - Gávea, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil/ 5521.3527.1001/ www.puc-rio.br
The Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (Portuguese: Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro, PUC-Rio) is a Catholic pontifical university in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It is the joint responsibility of the Catholic Archdiocese of São Sebastião do Rio de Janeiro and the Society of Jesus. In 2016, PUC-Rio was ranked as the fifth best university in Latin America by Times Higher Education magazine. It has participated in exchange programs with Harvard, Notre Dame, UC Berkeley, UCLA, Brown University as well as European universities, with hundreds of students participating each year.
Facultad de Artes UC - Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Jaime Guzmán Errázuriz 3300, Santiago, Ñuñoa, Región Metropolitana, Chile/5622.354.2000/ artes.uc.cl
The Faculty of Arts of the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile was created on June 8, 1999, grouping in an institutional form the School of Art, the Institute of Music and the School of Theater. It was only in March 2004, thanks to the financing granted by a MECESUP project, that the unification of the three Units was concretized with the arrival of the School of Art to dependencies of the Campus Oriente; Since previously it was in Campus Lo Contador. For more than seventeen years, the visual arts were attached to the Faculty of Architecture and Fine Arts until the University backs the project to create a Faculty of Arts.
Facultad de Artes - Universidad de Chile
Alfonso Letelier Llona, Company 1264, Santiago de Chile, Chile/ 5622.978.1300/ www.artes.uchile.cl
Mission: Generate, develop and communicate knowledge, processes and works in the field of arts in the context of Latin American socio-cultural reality, integrating different historical and cultural traditions from a contemporary perspective. Contribute to the formation of a community committed to the social and cultural transformations that occur both in the subjects and in the context in which they live, from the public and state role of the University.
Licenciatura en Arte - Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso
Av. Brasil 2950, Valparaíso, Chile/ 5632.227.3000 / www.pucv.cl/pucv/pregrado/licenciatura-en-arte/2015-06-08/163933.html
The PUCV is a heterogeneous institution and, through its nine faculties, covers a wide variety of areas of knowledge ranging from the arts and humanities to engineering, through basic sciences, education and theological studies.
Universidad de Arte y Ciencias Sociales
Calle Libertad 53, Santiago, Región Metropolitana, Chile/ 5622.3866.600/ www.uarcis.cl
The University of Arts and Social Sciences - ARCIS is an institution of higher education that forms people, in the fields of arts, social sciences, humanities and education , with solid academic training and social commitment that contribute to the development of a society More just and inclusive. ARCIS University aspires to be recognized as an institution of higher education with optimal performance in its training work of graduates, professionals and postgraduates, cultivating value for creation and critical and prospective thinking from a dialogic, transdisciplinary and humanist perspective. It aims at building a multicultural society that will rescue, strengthen and disseminate the knowledge and culture of indigenous peoples, respectful of human rights and diversity, with a gender approach in an environment of freedom and tolerance.
Universidad Diego Portales-Escuela de Arte
Calle Vergara 210, Santiago, Región Metropolitana, Chile/ 5622.676.2000/ arte.udp.cl
Diego Portales University is located in Santiago's civic center with nine of its ten faculties, while the Faculty of Economics and Business is located in Huechuraba, specifically in the Business City, since 2013. The university has institutional accreditation for 5 years, until October 2018, granted by the National Accreditation Commission in the areas of Research, Institutional Management, Undergraduate Teaching and Linkage to the Environment.
Escuela de Foto Arte de Chile
Román Díaz 535, Providencia, Región Metropolitana, Chile/ 5623.224.6660/ www.fotoarte.cl
The Escuela de FotoArte de Chile is an excellent place to study, outstanding artists have studied there, they have more than 30 years of experience.
Facultad de Arquitectura, Hábitat y Diseño
Detachment Street 317, 573, Cochabamba, Bolivia/ 5914.645.7715/ arquitectura.usfx.bo
The Academy of Art and Architecture is an institution recently created and in the process of consolidation, in order to achieve the prestige and recognition of the population of Sucre and directed to provide extension courses to the population in general, based on values f improvement that Seeks excellence, quality and competence in the training of students capable of responding to the needs of society.