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  • rsvped for Forceful Females 2021-06-02 09:43:32 -0400

    Forceful Females:
    Leading Artists from the Centro Archives

    This webinar examines the careers and accomplishments of Genoveva de Arteaga (1898-1991), Anita Vélez-Mitchell (1916-2015) and Tina Ramírez (b.1928) –three remarkable Puerto Rican artists that made important contributions in the fields of music, dance, theater and literature. This presentation, and its companion Centro digital exhibit, aim to bring visibility to the artistic and intellectual endeavors of these remarkable Puerto Rican women. The presenters will reflect on how the dynamics of gender and identity play an important part in the representation of women in Puerto Rican history. The webinar will also discuss how archival research and materials from Centro Collections enable a dialogue that recognizes the contributions of women artists and their inclusion in the master narratives of history.

    Author: Dr. Noraliz Ruiz, Ethnomusicologist and member of Colectivo de Estudios Musicales de Puerto Rico

    Commentator: Dr. Noel Allende Goitía, Independent Scholar and Researcher, and Associate Fellow in the Colectivo de Estudios Musicales de Puerto Rico

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    Dr. Noraliz Ruiz,, Ethnomusicologist and member of Colectivo de Estudios Musicales de Puerto Rico 

    Noraliz Ruiz holds a PhD in Ethnomusicology-Musicology from Kent State University. Her research focuses on the Puerto Rican lutes: cuatro, tiple and bordonúa; particularly in the continuity and change of the instruments’ tradition and performance practice. She has also conducted research about underground music scenes in Puerto Rico and the production of indie pop, electronic and new music on the island. She has taught graduate and undergraduate courses in the popular music program of the Inter American University of Puerto Rico. Noraliz is a member of the electronic indie band Balún, a co-founder of the children’s music group Acopladitos and an associate researcher of Colectivo de Estudios Musicales de Puerto Rico.   Contact: [email protected]

    Dr. Noel Allende Goitía, Independent Scholar and Researcher, and Associate Fellow in the Colectivo de Estudios Musicales de Puerto Rico

    Noel Allende-Goitía is an independent scholar and researcher. At the Metropolitan Campus of the Interamerican University of Puerto Rico, he coordinated the Puerto Rican Music Studies and Research Center and the music graduate program. He has a B.M. in Voice from the Music Conservatory of Music of Puerto Rico and an M.A. in History from the University of Puerto Rico. He made a postgraduate study in Musicology at the Center of Studies and Development on Cuban Music (1992), in Cuba, with Zoila Gómez and graduated from Michigan State University with a Ph. D. in Music with a major in composition and a minor in ethnomusicology and a researcher fellow at the African Diaspora Research Project under the leadership of the late Dr. Ruth S. Hamilton. Allende-Goitía has published books in Puerto Rico music’s social and cultural history, music instruction and music historiography. His works in Music/Culture Social History have been presented at national and international conferences in Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Cuba, Jamaica, Brazil, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Uruguay, Spain, the United States, US Virgin Islands, Mexico, and Ghana.  Contact:  [email protected]

     

    More on Anita Vélez Mitchell:

    Website of the award-winning musical, “Temple of the Souls” 

    https://www.templeofthesouls.com/

    Poetry book written by Anita Vélez-Mitchell, her daughter Gloria Vando, and granddaughter Anika, Woven Voices. 

    https://www.poetryfoundation.org/harriet-books/2012/04/woven-voices

    Documentary film featuring Anita by filmmaker Claire Panke

    https://lightyearsfilm.com/

     

     

    Thursday, June 10, 2021 | 5:00 PM EST | 4:00 PM CST

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  • rsvped for COVID-19 webinar 2020-03-27 15:45:02 -0400

    WEBINAR GRATUITO: Elegibilidad para apoyo de FEMA durante la crisis del COVID-19

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    La Oficina de Gerencia y Presupuesto de los Estados Unidos (OMB) acaba de flexibilizar a corto plazo ciertos requisitos administrativos, financieros, gerenciales y de auditoría a solicitantes y recipientes de fondos federales.   Son aplicables a organizaciones sin fines de lucro y agencias que ofrecen servicios de investigación y servicios necesarios para atender el COVID-19; y aquellas afectadas por la pérdida de capacidad operacional y aumento de costos durante la crisis. Abordaremos en el webinar los diversos requisitos flexibilizados.
    Además, a tono con la Declaración de Emergencia en los Estados Unidos, FEMA ha hecho disponible a organizaciones y agencias apoyo para actividades elegibles bajo la Categoría B de su Programa de Asistencia Pública.  Las organizaciones sin fines de lucro pueden ser elegibles para reembolsos de servicios y medidas de protección de emergencia vinculables a la crisis del COVID-19.  El webinar abordará los variados servicios aplicables, cómo solicitar elegibilidad a FEMA (antes del 15 de abril), y la necesaria coordinación de estos servicios con los planes y estrategias de respuesta del Gobierno de Puerto Rico y sus agencias de salud.

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    COVID-19 in Puerto Rico


    Puerto Rico’s COVID-19  Web Map

    COVID-19 Positive Cases
    These map currently illustrates the number of COVID-19 cases at the health boundary level as of March 30 and the location of hospitals.



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    https://www.facebook.com/IDEAComun
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