Laura Place, student of the Communications, New Media and Journalism Spanish program, interviews her professor Marina Blesa. Marina awaits the answers of her students with an ever-encouraging expression. She smiles with her whole face, and those in the class feel better knowing that the energetic woman in front of them is, simply, a good person….
Students of this course, offered in English or Spanish as language of tuition, create audiovisual projects based on the life their host community. Creativity meets social observation in an experiential learning environment, with professor Carlos Pineda.
The CIEE Global High School program takes high school students from the United States to different corners of the world so that for a few weeks they can be part of communities so different from the one they come from (and so similar, at the same time). Global Discovery is one of the courses of…
Students from Macalester College, Elon University, University of Oregon, Villanova University, and the program’s RD talk about program structure, challenges and opportunities of creating media projects within the community, and the joys of living and learning in Seville.
Accompanied by professor Antonio Pérez, photographer Miguel Romero visited the Urban Photography Workshop for an engaging session of mechanic image-making. The oldest and most rudimentary technology goes hand in hand with the newest and most advanced. The process (and the fun) can be appreciated in this album.
Our program visited the wonderful town of Cádiz on February 4 and there was with her cameraJasmine Keuter, double-majoring in Film Studies and Romance Languages at Mount Holyoke College. This is her wonderful album of that day.
Between December of 2014 and January of 2015, Antonio Pérez, photographer and professor at the communication, new media and journalism CIEE program in Seville, visited one of the most populated places on the planet, the electronic waste dumpsite of Agbogbloshie in Ghana. The result of his interaction with the hundreds of ‘Recyclants’ who work there…
We know you’re all waiting for the new issue of the magazine más+menos. While we finish editing it, here’s its cover: #27 Always on the Road / Siempre de Camino. Congratulations in advanced to our team, Grace Hashiguchi University of Oregon), Hannah Cho (Vassar College), Lola López (University of Seville), Delfina Benedetti (University of Seville),…
Both happy and sad, we celebrated our accomplishments of the Fall 2016 semester with a party at the bookstore-café Un Gato en Bicicleta.
“¿Qué mejor vehículo que la música, una expresión artística universal, para ayudar a la infancia más vulnerable?”. El gran Bruno Padilla visitó ayer la clase de ‘Social Justice, Action and Media: Stories that Matter’ para hablarnos de Lilifest, el festival solidario de música para pequeños y grandes que se celebra el próximo domingo en Sevilla….