workshop: “Who owns the story? Collaborative audiovisual practices and audiovisual anthropology”
This year, the training and debate section on the viewpoint and representation in ethnographic cinema includes the workshop given by LAAV (a laboratory for experimental audiovisual anthropology).
March 20 to March 21.
Applications by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The general price is 40 euros with discounts for members of the Museo do Pobo Galego, AGANTRO (Asociación Galega de Antropoloxía) and CREA (Asociación Galega de Profesionais da Dirección e Realización) and for students and unemployed people.
Belén Sola holds a degree in art history and a Ph.D. in collaborative practices. She is a professor at the University of Burgos and has been working on alternative and personal projects since 2012. She also worked as an educator at MUSAC (Castilla y León’s Museum of Contemporary Art) and as a mediator.
Chus Domínguez is an audiovisual creator whose work focuses on non-fiction. He is a professor at ECAM (Madrid’s filmmaking school), where he teaches a subject of the school’s program for documentary filmmaking. He also collaborates with the master’s in scenic practices and visual culture offered by the University of Castilla la Mancha in collaboration with Museo Reina Sofía and conducts workshops on audiovisual creation. His films have been on show at festivals, art centers, and other exhibition venues. Domínguez began collaborating with the education and dissemination department of MUSAC in 2007, an experience that led him to co-found LAAV, which he co-directs.