International Visitor at Stanford University Fellowship (2019-2020)
Award/Distinction Name: International Visitor at Stanford University Fellowship (2019-2020) Granting Agency/Institution: Stanford Humanities Center, Stanford University Award/Distinction Title: International Visitor at Stanford University Fellow (2019-2020) Award Winner(s) (Teacher/student /technician): PhD Nitza Tenenblat Institute/Faculty/Department: IdA/Department of Performing Arts Place: Stanford, California (USA) Date: Award granted in December 2018 related to the academic year 2019-2020. Additional Information: The award is a scholarship planned for May 2020, but was interrupted due to Covid-19. The visit happened on November 2021.
Guest of Honor at the International Analogio Festival
Award/Distinction Name: Guest of Honor at the International Analogio Festival Granting Agency/Institution: Analogio International Institute, Greek Institute for Drama, Theatre, Arts & Languages Award/Distinction Title: Guest of Honor Award Winner(s) (Teacher/student /technician): PhD Nitza Tenenblat and Coletiva Teatro which includes: Nei Cirqueira (Master's student at CEN), Jorge Renan Mendes Marinho (Master's student at CEN), Pedro Henrique Lopes (graduate from CEN), Iuri Pereira dos Santos (graduate from CEN), Higor Filipe (graduate from CEN) ), Thiago Sabino (graduate student and substitute professor CEN), Carolina Resende (graduate student CEN, graduate student Pedagogy, graduate student Communications), Ana Paula (graduate student VIS and graduate Communications) and Glauco Maciel (Technician CEN). Institute/Faculty/Department: IdA/Department of Performing Arts Place: Athens, Greece Date: The Festival took place from September 21 to 26, 2019 Additional Information: During the International Analogio Festival, Coletiva Teatro presented two shows from its repertoire: "O Amor Que Habito" and "Luar de Contos", both with Greek subtitles. In addition, they offered a workshop with Greek actors at the Embassy of Brazil in Athens as part of the Research Project Intercultural Exercises in Collective Creation for the Scene.