¡Provecho! - Buenos Aires Food Tour
Meat: the Centerpiece Argentine Cuisine
Kevin first visited Buenos Aires during a study-abroad program in college, and, after completing his degree in global studies and Spanish at the University of California: Santa Barbara, he returned to live in the Argentine city. Upon arriving in his new home, he began exploring the city's vibrant emerging arts as the managing editor of bilingual culture website Whats Up Buenos Aires. Currently he runs <a href="http://masamakestacos.com/">MASA</a>, where he organizes a weekly supper club from his home and regular pop-ups with restaurants around Buenos Aires. He is also the restaurant columnist for Buenos Aires-based English news media <a href="http://www.thebubble.com/category/featured/the-clean-plate/">The Bubble</a>. His writing has also appeared in Munchies, The New Worlder and Savoteur.
Jonathan Feldman was born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He is a researcher, professor, curator and specialized guide. He holds a PhD in Art Theory and a Masters in Curating and has been working as a researcher and docent at several universities in Argentina for more than a decade (among them, the Universidad Nacional de las Artes, the Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero and the Universidad del Museo Social Argentino). He was a research fellow for the National Council of Scientific and Technological Research (CONICET), a prestigious R+D agency. Feldman curated and developed over a dozen projects in galleries and institutions of Buenos Aires and works at the Getty Research Institute’s department of Exhibitions (Curatorial). He specializes in contemporary arts and culture, and has a passion for national history, as well as gastronomy and wine. He loves travelling and meeting people, as well as sharing his own porteño culture and the influence of his Jewish heritage. His tours explore different aspects of local culture, from every-day customs to historical and artistic milestones in Argentina’s development. Feldman’s experiences and projects resulted in his look of local history and culture, paying particular attention to cultural diversity and offering visitors a decentered gaze of the city, country and region.
Production Designer with an Art degree, Film Design Professor and Cultural Guide, passionate for sharing with travelers my city and my unique way of exploring! Resourceful, Experienced and Fun From the beginning of my life I developed in Art, Teaching and Culture with constancy, depth and commitment, in various fields and institutions. I have worked since 1990 with Cultural Tourism and Customize Tours in Buenos Aires, New York (Where a lived 6 years), Barcelona and Morocco. Currently I continue with great pleasure with various activities of receptive Tourism in Buenos Aires. I work with dedication, humor, respect and knowledge, enjoying the encounter with each visitor and offering them a warm welcome and enriching contact with our Country, City and Culture. I made cultural exploration trips in Europe, Israel, USA, Venezuela, Mexico, Egypt and Morocco. I am Argentinian, from Buenos Aires City, Spanish is my mother language; I speak fluent English and I have notions of French and Portuguese. I just finished a Diplomat on Gender perspective in Touristic Development (UNSAM), and a Postgraduate course on Sustainable Tourism(UPE) My professional training includes a teaching degree in Fine Arts, with specialization studies for film and Television at the Parsons School of Design and Theater Backstage at the Juilliard School in New York, as well as training with great Masters
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