Muñecoterapia Chile calls for applications to the 13th edition of its International Diploma Course.
Called and organized by: Muñecoterapia Chile & Puppets In Transit
Sponsored by: UNIMA Commission of Education, Development and Therapy.
Course language: Spanish
This Online Diploma is designed and focused on the use of puppets and objects in their expressive and therapeutic dimensions; to rescue memory and learnt hopelessness. The Puppet Therapy Diploma invites you to be part of a journey where creativity, research, studies, and the exchange of experiences between students and teachers from different fields and places around the globe, are combined.
This program aims to train professionals and technicians (cultural managers, artists, puppeteers, and actors, among others), in the areas of therapy, health, education, social work, and in the theoretical and practical foundations of Puppet Therapy as a contemporary creative therapy in the use of puppets and objects. It is for implementation with individuals and / or groups in order to complement their professional and creative work through artistic methods and techniques with a therapeutic and restorative purpose.
THE DIPLOMA COURSE IN PUPPET THERAPY COMBINES:
✔ Theory, practice and research in the therapeutic potential of puppets and animated forms.
✔ An extensive and current bibliography.
✔ 4 International seminars with experts.
✔ Support for 8 creative explorations.
✔ Puppet construction workshop.
✔ 7 Workshops
✔ Guidance and mentoring for the design and writing of a puppet therapy group intervention model.
✔ Advice on the creation of a therapeutic micro-theatre piece with puppets and objects.
12 online sessions conducted via Zoom
Online CLASS DATES:
April 7th, 14th and 21st
May 5th, 12th and 19th
June 2nd, 9th, 16th, and 23rd
July 7th and 14th
Class schedule: FRIDAYS from 09.00 to 14.00 hrs. Chile (GMT-4).
Please fill out the registration form via the link:
SEMINARS In addition to the classes, this version of the program includes the following seminars:
Matthew Bernier (United States). The psychological functions of puppets and puppetry.
Cariad Astles (United Kingdom). Puppetry within applied theatre.
Raven Kaliana (United Kingdom). Puppetry as Public Testimony for Social Change.
Noemi Grinspun (Israel). Dialogues between Puppets and Neuroscience.