More than 4000 students at ETD


On April 6, thousands of students from Argentina and around the world attended to the most awaited university meeting of the City of Buenos Aires. An event full of art in the Vatican Square, in front of the Teatro Colón itself. What we did? Who accompanied us? Learn everything in this note!

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Last Saturday, more than 4000 students lived an afternoon of sun and art in the heart of Buenos Aires. The VI edition of ES TU DÍA arrived and, like every year, managed to connect university students with young people from here and the world. Imagine, students from 58 different countries attended!

Like the last edition of 2018, the UNA - National University of the Arts - was in charge of the artistic segment of the event. With great ease, they led activities and workshops of all kinds. Thanks to them, the students tapped to the rhythm of folklore, understood all the secrets of tango and enhanced their flow in a workshop of urban dances. In addition, they helped them improvise in acting classes, costumes and makeup, and encouraged them to leave their mark on a collaborative mural of more than 8 meters that was painted throughout the event.

The UAI - Inter-American Open University - also joined the meeting with more than 10 volunteers who coordinated many of the activities. They shared all the data of how to become expert truco players, how to prime the perfect mate and what to do to send a postcard across the country, among other things.

Do you want to know what else we did during #ETD? Go to our Facebook: @studybuenosaires and see all the photos and videos of the event

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