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    ETNOALDEA como laboratorio de saberes y prácticas ancestrales de la partería afropacífica colombiana
    (2021) Atehortúa Ramírez, Juan Manuel; Garzón Duque, María Camila; Bermúdez Mejía, Paula Andrea
    In the present work, the ancestral practices and knowledge of the Afro-Pacific Colombian midwifery abe be exposed, in order to rescue the current tradition in the 2017 safeguarding plan as intangible cultural heritage of the national scope, thus proposing from the imaginary of the midwives belonging to the association of united midwives of the Pacific Asoparupa, a laboratory of ancestral knowledge and practices of the Afro-Pacific Colombian midwifery called by themselves Etnoaldea, for the abersial of information from the experimental and the sensory
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    Espacios para la educación incluyente de niños con discapacidades cognitivas y motrices en la Avenida Centenario de la ciudad de Armenia –Quindío
    (2021) Hernández Escobar, Daniela; Vargas Serna, Luscamila; Avellaneda Sánchez, Liyan Carolina
    Through a qualitative exploratory research, this work will focus on providing a solution to the problem of inclusive education in the city of Armenia, generating an educational facility that meets all the basic needs to meet the demand for education for children with disabilities, with sensitive and social spaces, in which people can develop educational and recreational activities; as a complement to the urban structure of the city and generating new milestones for inclusion and society. As a purpose, based on organizing principles and concepts of unity and teamwork, this educational facility will integrate the users of the sector, infants, and staff, thus generating new opportunities and spaces for the understanding of people and different abilities, addressing the problem from the theory, architecture, and spatial sensitivity, to generate spaces that connect with being and learning.
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    Propuesta de intervención del parque Bolívar como articulador de los espacios socio-culturales para mejorar la infraestructura turística del municipio de Circasia
    (2021) Castaño Franco, Daniel José; Muñoz Erazo, Juan Felipe; Avellaneda Sánchez, Carolina
    This project consists of an intervention proposal to the Bolívar Park in the municipality of Circasia Quindío, located in the founding center. It is proposed to respond to tourism growth, so that the municipality has a tourist attraction that articulates different aspects of the sector, such as mobility, public space, collective memory, the economy, and the conservation of tree species. The project consists of reorganizing the present dynamics and pedestrian mobility, giving greater importance to the user by inviting him to stay longer. Thus, generating new forms of appropriation, transformation, and reuse of public space.
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    Centro de Reinserción Urbano
    (2021) Quiroz Rave, Andrea; Aristizabal Gomez, Geraldine; Sierra Arango, Luis Javier
    The investigation of the project arises from one of the most evident problems in the country and prison overcrowding product of inadequate sos of "punishment" and resocialization, since the ha-proce-the current infrastructure lacks services and vital spaces for an adequate process. Therefore, the main intention of this project is to study how or of the current penitentiary prevents an adequate deprivation of liberty to the graduation of people from society, as people behaviors. because the productive and isolation and conditions in which they must serve their sentences are suitable for bad sentences
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    Centro de Convergencia Cultural “Gran Lido”
    (2021) Mazo Giraldo, Lina Marcela; Cardona Ospina, Maria Fernanda; Villegas Díaz, Francisco Gilberto
    This project is focused on strengthening art and culture from an observation and analysis of Bolivar Park, the same that gives us as a result the sum of a great history and heritage. When talking about this history, architecture and landscaping are integrated, as well as environmental aspects. Over the years, its transformation has been notorious in terms of construction, but its history continues to be marked with the passing of the years. This research leads us to focus on reactivating the traditional center of Medellin having a great impact on Bolivar Park, seeking to connect and enhance cultural facilities such as the Theater. Analyzing the theater and the dynamics that connect it with the park, it can be said that art is the one that produces social, cultural and artistic exchange because it represents the history that frames the place. The idea is to complement the theater to act as an intermediary and link between the traditional center and the Bolivar Park. Today the park has undergone a new renovation which seeks to integrate new species of trees, a new way of arranging the spaces and reconnecting the pedestrian with the park, making the entrance ways more friendly. Our project joins all this cultural and patrimonial history of Bolivar Park, taking the Theater as a starting point.