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Coahuila. UAdeC opens online registration for workshops

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Torreón, Coahuila / 13.01.2021 12:51:21

The Autonomous University of Coahuila (UAdeC) through the Groups and Workshops Department of the General Coordination of Diffusion and Cultural Heritage, invites you to register from January 13 to 27 to the artistic training workshops in virtual mode for the period February-June 2021.

The artistic training workshops of the UAdeC They will start next on February 8 and are a training alternative for university students from the highest house of studies and the general public, since they favor their academic and personal development, by enhancing their capacities for expression, physical and emotional development.

Singing, salsa and Latin rhythms, modern dance, classical ballet, folk dance, theater, guitar, Arabic dance, tango, piano, Polynesian dance and introduction to musical improvisation will be taught for young people and adults; Classical ballet, guitar, folk dance and visual arts workshops will be offered for children.

Contact for workshops

Registrations will be made online, therefore, interested parties should contact WhatsApp (844) 294 92 91 or phone 844 412 57 27 during office hours from 08:30 to 15:00 hours, or by mail electronic: FOrmacionartisticauadec@ gmail.com.

The registration requirements for the university community are: be students and have the credential of the campus to which you are enrolled, fill out the registration form with your personal data and make the corresponding payment of 300 pesos; for UAdeC workers and their children the payment is 500 pesos, while for the general population, they must also fill out the form and cover the 1,000 peso fee.

These types of activities allow influencing the life of university students and society in general, to promote equity and help in opportunities for social and cultural development, in order to train people committed to art, the community and their environment; visit the page to closely follow all the cultural and artistic activity of the UAdeC.

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