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CMMAS
AGREEMENTS

In order to strengthen the development and growth of both students and personnel of the CMMAS, Exchange, Support and Collaboration agreements are performed with national and foreign institutions.


1. Collaboration Agreement with the Fondo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes (FONCA) for the Exchange Program for Artistic Residences. 


The FONCA and the CMMAS work coordinately:

  • To simplify the required logistics in terms of facilities and equipment to be used, work calendar and the prevention of administrative expenses.
  • To arrange lodging for benefited artists.
  • To promote the CMMAS facilities for the residences related to the Exchange Program for Artistic residences.
  • To establish supplementary relationships for academic, cultural, technological and service cooperation.


2. Collaboration and Support Agreement with “Música y Escena A.C.”: 
Under this agreement, “Música y Escena A.C.” supports the CMMAS in the coordination, organization and development of the Permanent Program for Training, Continuing Education and Creative Promotion for CMMAS Artists.


3. Agreements with foreign universities:

The CMMAS has agreements with the following foreign universities:

  • Universidad del Litoral (Argentina)
  • Universidad Nacional Tres de Febrero (Argentina)
  • Universidad de Manitoba (Canada)
  • Universidad de Manchester (England)
  • Instituto Universitario Nacional del Arte (Argentina)


The main objectives of the agreements with these universities are:

  • Mutual advice for the relieving and resolution of problems.
  • To establish a relationship of reciprocal support, complementation and cooperation with an academic, cultural, technological and service perspective.
  • To develop programs for professional development and community service.
  • To collaborate in research and development programs.
  • To organize lectures, seminaries and activities of interest for all the interacting parties.
  • To open spaces for academic exchange within all academic areas or specialties.
  • To produce programs, projects and specific events for the collaboration in common activities.


4. Collaboration and Coordination Agreement with the “Centro de las Artes de Nuevo León”:

  • To act as an advising organism for the other parties of the agreement as for the revision and resolution of problems related to their field of expertise.
  • To establish a relationship of reciprocal support, complementation and cooperation with an academic, cultural, technological and service perspective.
  • To develop programs for professional development and community service.
  • To organize lectures, seminaries and activities which are of interest.
  • To collaborate in research and development programs.
  • To open spaces for academic exchange.


5.- Collaboration Agreement with the Fonoteca Nacional.

Under this agreement, the CMMAS and the Fonoteca Nacional join efforts, resources and capacities in order to install the Audio Library, which will be part of the Virtual Network of Audio Libraries (RVA), in order to give the users from educative and cultural institutions, located in urban, suburban and rural areas of Michoacán, public access to the sound heritage of the country.


6. Collaboration and Support Agreement with the Conservatory

This collaboration agreement will permit the execution of artistic, training and academic activities, considerably increasing collaboration and, in terms of institutional experience, strengthening the impact of the central activities of the CMMAS.


7. Intention Letter with national and international universities:

The CMMAS has an intention letter signed with the following international universities:

  • Instituto Montrer, S.C. (Mexico)
  • Universidad de Medios Audiovisuales CAAV (Mexico)
  • Tecnológico de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, campus Monterrey (Mexico)
  • Universidad EAFIT (Colombia)


The main objectives of the intention letters with these universities and institutions are:

  • To develop programs for professional development and community service.
  • To collaborate in research and development programs.
  • To organize lectures, seminaries, festivals, workshops and concert series.
  • To open spaces for academic exchange in all disciplines and specialties.
  • To present programs, projects and specific events in order to collaborate in tasks with a shared interest.
  • To regulate and establish the conditions for social service and internships.
  • To exchange information and material.