Carpenter Center exhibit examines art created during the Pinochet regime, and adds fresh elements to it
By Jill Radsken, Harvard Staff Writer
In the years following Augusto Pinochet’s military coup, Chilean artists created works in fear and solidarity, and out of defiance. Many of those creations, from street art in Santiago to dance performances abroad, were ephemeral, making them difficult to historicize.
The symposium Social Integration through the Arts: Snapshots of Practiceand its related academic programmingbrought together Harvard faculty and cultural leaders from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and the United States to engage in dialogue about the power of the arts in creating social integration and enriching quality of life for communities through innovative educational programming and …Read more about Social Integration through the Arts: Snapshots of Practice
Un marco conceptual renovado o una fresca manera de pensar el urbanismo es la propuesta del destacado profesor de la Universidad de Harvard Charles Waldheim, quien estuvo de visita en Chile con ocasión del simposio "Landscape as Urbanism in the Americas". Read more about Ciudades en busca del paisaje