Ministerios de las Culturas, las Artes y el Patrimonio

Violeta Parra, después de vivir un siglo


Autor:Ministerio de las Culturas, las Artes y el Patrimonio

Violeta Parra, después de vivir un siglo es una edición especial de Observatorio Cultural del departamento de Estudios del CNCA. Los artículos reunidos en esta publicación buscan dar cuenta de cómo Violeta Parra logró desarrollarse creativa e integralmente y, entre otras cosas, cuáles fueron sus contribuciones al enriquecimiento y la recuperación de nuestras culturas originarias y campesinas. Fueron invitados e invitadas con ese propósito Bernardo Subercaseaux, Sonia Montecino, Marisol García, Maximiliano Salinas, Paula Miranda, Elisa Loncon, Felipe Quijada, Gastón Soublette, Simón Palominos, Lorena Valdebenito, Juan Pablo González y Patricia Díaz-Inostroza, con el fin de reunir a voces destacadas y diversas del campo cultural chileno, capaces de encarnar el espíritu pluricultural y transdisciplinar de Violeta Parra.


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