Our website is: www.cirae.es and general email address: cirae.aaiicc@juntadeandalucia.es

The other contacts details remains the same: https://enicpa.info/ewp/members/centro-de-documentacion-de-las-artes-escenicas-de-andalucia-cdaea/


The Director of the Centro de Documentación de las Artes Escénicas de Andalucía, Lola Vargas-Zuñiga, appointed as member of the Academia de las Artes Escénicas de Andalucía (Spanish Academy of the Performing Arts).

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The main objective of the Centro de investigación y recursos de las artes escénicas de Andalucía (CIRAE) has been to increase knowledge and understanding and to promote the study of history in the Andalusian Performing Arts. In this sense, since the birth of the centre, the audio-visual department has been recording all main events: professional theatre and dance performances, workshops and courses by theatre and dance practitioners, seminars etc. in order to maintain the evolution of our collection for students, researchers and the general public – for both present and future generations. In this context we have since 2007 conducted and recorded 20 Oral Histories’ interviews, about 40 hours’ worth in total, with performing arts’ personalities responsible for, or related to, performances produced in the 60’s and 70’s. Actors, directors, authors, critics, technicians, dancers etc. have all been included. These interviews are full life histories with the emphasis given to the narrator’s own personal experience, and a unique point of view as a source of knowledge.

Archive and documentation
Photo: CIRAE/Fernando Alda

In this database we are collecting, cataloguing and preserving the documentation that is to be the graphic memory of theatre and dance in Andalusia. Programmes, posters, photographs (prints and negatives), press cuttings, costume and set designs… are systematically digitalized and catalogued in our electronic archive (AEI) that holds over 130.000 images from the beginning of the XXth century till today. In near future, it will be available online.

State of the project: in progress, started in 1992

The aim of this plan is similar to the filming project: collecting illustrated feature productions of theatrical and dance performances, training courses, workshops, etc. After being selected, they are incorporated in the performing arts digital archive, where they are catalogued and put at the disposal of the researchers, teachers, and any other person interested.

Currently holding 8,024 photographic reports. We are in the process of digitalizing our audiovisual funds.

State of the project: in progress, started in 2004.

The filming plan aims to record all main events such as professional theatre and dance performances, workshops, festivals… in our region providing a double service both to the companies, who get a free videotape of their work, and to the centre that, being the producer of the videos, has the copyright of these materials.

Currently holding over 7,065 video recordings in all formats: beta, vhs, betacam, 8 mm, and in digital mini dv format.

State of the project: in progress, started in 1999.

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Drawings, sketches, designs, newspaper articles on an archival cupboard.
Archival Material at CIRAE, Photo: Juan Tena.

Centro de Investigación y Recursos de las Artes Escénicas de Andalucía

The Research and resource Centre for the Performing arts in Andalusia (Centro de Investigación y Recursos de las Artes Escénicas de Andalucía) was founded in 1992. It is dependent on the regional Government. Our main role is to investigate, collect, organise, analyse and distribute information and documentation related to theatre, dance, circus, puppets and magic in Andalusia.

Our Centre integrates the following sections:

  • Library specialised in the performing arts 
  • Audiovisual area
  • Archive and documentation section
  • Research, projects and publishing section

Our actions aim to fix the memory of the stage event, but also to update the information of the stage reality in order to become a reference of the performing arts in our region.


Centro de Investigación y Recursos de las Artes Escénicas de Andalucía
Plaza Santa Lucía s/n, 41003 Seville, Spain

Catalina González, Audiovisual and External Relations Department
E-Mail: catalina.gonzalez.m@juntadeandalucia.es