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The presenters

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Liliana Attar

 

Director of Creative Bridges for Language Learning Institute

 "2005 New Jersey State Winner of a National Civic Star Award Program

Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Education and Arts in Education Education, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She has taught professionally  all levels for more than twenty-four years.

Performed children plays, her own choreography and other works in Argentina and the United States.

Created an innovative new language acquisition methodology "Creative Bridges for Language Learning™".  

 Creator of the DVD series “Spanish is Alive!” for parents, children and Spanish educators.

Directs Artist-In-Residence, performances, professional development programs, consultation and conferences Nationwide

 

EduardoVigovsky

Master Degree in Psychology, University “ J. F. Kennedy” specialization in Psychotherapy, Creativity, multiple intelligence and Geostatic theory.

Theater director, in schools, communities, and Universities

 Drama Teacher: workshop for in schools and Universities for students, teachers Administrators and Parents

 Author and director of Children’s Plays: “El Oso Patalate“, 2000-2003Plicate Plum”, 2003-2005 

 Director of DrimsEventos

He directs professional development programs, consultation and conferences Nationwide for companies, Universities, hospitals and Schools.

 

Graciela Andrea Navarro

 

Artistic Director Choreographer and Dancer “Conjunto Pelayo de Manolo Del Campo”, more than fifty years taking the Spanish folk dances to Europe and in Argentina nationwide; and invited for the Spain Government to Asturias in 1995/1996/1999/2003/2006.

Teacher of Folk Dances from Argentina and Spain

Bachelor's Degree in Physical Education and Arts in  Education , Buenos Aires Argentina. She has taught professionally all levels for more than twenty-seven years.

Dancer in the company “Mi Cuerpo es mi lenguaje” – Winner of “Templo de Oro”, in el   Agrigento Festival, Sicilia, Italia (1978/1980) Representing Argentina with folk dances.

AADE:es una asociación sin fines de lucro que nuclea a profesionales de la enseñanza del español como lengua segunda y extranjera.

Fomentar el uso de nuestro idioma reconociendo las diferencias dialectales y difundirlo más allá de sus fronteras.

Facilitar el contacto entre colegas de diferentes lugares para compartir experiencias y conocimientos con el fin de enriquecer el trabajo.

Establecer relaciones e intercambios culturales y científicos con otras instituciones.
Promover la República Argentina como centro vital de difusión su lengua.

A tales fines, la Asociación organiza cursos, seminarios de capacitación continua para docentes y clases de español para alumnos no hispanohablantes

Museo Malba

This not-for-profit art museum and cultural center opend its doors with the mission to promote cotemporary Latin American Artist.

The collection is arranged in such a way to expose the similarities as well as the differences between the artists, other than in chronological order. There are workshops, children activities, temporary exhibitions and work experience for students.

 

 

Academia Nacional del Tango

Las Academias Nacionales se vinculan con el Estado Nacional a través del Ministerio de Educación y la Secretaría de Cultura de la Nación. Poeta Horacio Ferrer, creador y primer presidenteTango Classes: Liliana Torres Calivar and Walter Ohringer.

 

Museo Evita:

 

Lucia Fresno

 

Master in Turism and Hotels, Universidad del Salvador (USAL)

Tourist guide of Buenos Aires City English teacher

 

Asturiano Dance Company: : Folk Dances from Spain and Argentina