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Federico Luis Escribal

Professor / researcher
Universidad Nacional de las Artes

Cultural manager specialized in cultural policies, diversity and cultural rights based at the National University of the Arts (Argentina). He has been guest teacher at the Arts Faculty of the National University of Colombia. He directed an arts and crafts school in Sao Tome and Principe (Africa) and served as head of the National Directorate for Cultural rights and Diversity promotion (2011-2015), and as head of the local vocational training system in Buenos Aires’ city (2017-2019).

Biography

Father of Leon and Fara. Mate of Ana. Desiring a more egalitarian and culturally diverse humanity.

Areas of Research / Professional Expertise

    Cultural policies; cultural management; arts management; cultural rights, interculturalism; South America; arts education.

Books

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 Featured Title - South American Cultural Management: Henze & Escribal - 1st Edition book cover

Articles

Arts Management Quaterly

From Buenos Aires to Diogo Vaz: reflections on an African experience


Published: May 29, 2020 by Arts Management Quaterly
Authors: Escribal, Federico
Subjects: Education, Media and Cultural Studies

Reflections on a professional experience in a School of Arts and Crafts in Sao Tome (Africa) between 2006 and 2007.

Oxford Research Encyclopedia on Latin American History

Orquestas Infantiles and Children’s Musical Education in Argentina


Published: Jan 12, 2020 by Oxford Research Encyclopedia on Latin American History
Authors: Escribal, Federico
Subjects: Education, Music

In Latin America, the development of musical training policies through children’s orchestras has become a trend, mainly grounded on the Venezuelan model, based on the search for excellence and prioritizing classical European repertoires. This article studies the argentinean Andrés Chazarreta program based on the use of regional instruments and repertoires, and on collective training as a didactic strategy.