Careers in the world of music, the arts and cultural management that can be studied for free at the University’s Academy of Christian Humanism

With the requirement of a conservatory, dedicated professors per student, and access to all the benefits of an accredited university, the art and music careers of the Pedagogy and Arts faculties of the Universidad Academia de Humanismo Cristiano stand out within the offer superior education for the benefits associated with studying there.

From the access to scholarships, gratuities and other aids, those who profess an artistic vocation can be trained with rigor and ease at the University Academy of Christian Humanism in professions such as Music Interpretation, Music Composition, Music Pedagogy, Dance, Theatre, Arts and Crafts or Design in the performing arts, for example. Several transits that are found in the largest Faculty of Arts in the country.

In the case of Music Interpretation and Composition, it is a contemporary training in various mentions that merges common branches with individual classes, which is a cornerstone within the Chilean academic offer of musical arts.

“In this sense, the possibility of free access is an important advantage since these courses are usually very expensive given that they are based on individual lessons, i.e. a teacher for each student of drums, trombone or any instrument”, comments the teacher of the School of Music of the UAHC, Pablo Bruna.

The mesh of each of these careers involves not only playing music, but also acquiring other tools such as music production, music generation with software, and cultural management. In this way, graduates will be able to position themselves not only as musicians but also as producers, arrangers or project managers.

Regarding Arts and Crafts in this house of study, the professor and renowned ceramicist Juana Malpartida, says that this study plan combines a curricular mesh in which the history of art, cultural management and artistic tradition are intertwined with the production contemporary cultural artifacts in a professionalizing manner.

“I always tell students that the field of ceramics is very broad. They can be cultural managers contributing to the community, they can be artisans working for a designer or they can be artists or teachers in the areas they ultimately choose,” she declares.

creative environment

This excellent faculty and an interdisciplinary creative environment unique in Chilean higher education also characterize the Academy’s Performing Arts Design program to account for its complex itineraries from film, theatre, dance, music production, arts and crafts, believes the graduate visual arts, Catalina Gelcich , head of this career.

“Until recently there was no equivalent and complete career in the Chilean environment. Similar propositions were being provided through other postgraduate alternatives on the market. In the case of Design in Performing Arts, the curriculum is centered on three specialties: lighting, sound and performing arts, spaces where those interested can access branches of music production, residencies on scenic or textile assemblages, as well as transversal contents of cultural management ”, he adds.

Whilst Dance, Film and Theater careers are also emerging as a particular approach compared to similar schools and academies. With an emphasis on versatility in various fields of audiovisual interpretation or recording, with the practice as the center of a mobilization and transformation exercise and a Latin American hallmark of disciplinary development. Within the latter, curricula that develop historical and human rights insights, new audiovisual sensibilities and formats, and the promotion of investigative-creative development in their graduates also stand out.

Each of these projects has the possibility of free access, scholarships and other aids to realize their professional development. Great support as a profiling feature of these disciplines, according to UAHC Arts Faculty Dean Hugo Osorio, who points out that art professionals who graduate from the Academy become agents of change within their communities.

“Artists who coexist with the various expressions, who value, respect and socially transform reality. We understand the artists as agents of transformation and intervention in the territory and who politically assume the power of the artistic experience in our country ”, she describes.

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