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Lecture on Sound Art opens Dunas Artistic Residency

The opening of Dunas, held on Monday (14), at UFRN, had the brilliant presence of the artist and professor Josep Cerdá (ES) who shared the history of the construction of the sound art of the 19th and 20th centuries and also presented his work, in addition to bringing examples of other artists who create works of sound art and sound sculpture.

The event had a diverse audience, with a significant presence of teachers and students from the courses of language, visual arts, communication, music, and the coordination of the departments that support the artistic residency.

The artistic residency “Dunas – Territories of collaborative creation” is a project presented by the Ministry of Culture through the Federal Law of Incentive to Culture sponsored by Ticket Log and Edenred Brasil. It is supported by the Government of RN, Idema, Parque das Dunas, José Augusto Foundation, Ba-kô Burkina Brasil, Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte (UFRN), Ágora Institute,  Department of Arts of UFRN (DEART), Department of Communications of UFRN, and Dean Office of Extension of UFRN (PROEX). The production is from the museum program Jornada no Bosque and Casadágua Institute.