The Workshop of Native Dances and Cultural Artistic Training "HUAYRA MUYOJ" was founded on April 19, 1968 in San Salvador de Jujuy, by the Superior Professor of Native Dance Héctor Hugo Rebollo and Mrs. Camila Acela Soria de Rebollo.
Since 1981, the Art Direction is in charge of Professor Rodolfo Revollo and among the most important performances we can highlight: for the August 23 Festivities at the Galería Islas Malvinas in Buenos Aires, at Termas de Río Hondo in Santiago del Estero for the NOA folkloric meeting, at the Cervantes Theater in Buenos Aires, filming for the El Espejo, Stone and Wood Program by René Mujica and for Margarito Tereré by Waldo Belloso and Jovita Díaz, Pan American News (short film for the Mac Edison Cor SA company).
He has made several tours in different countries of Europe and Asia (Festivals organized by the CIOFF, endorsed by UNESCO), obtaining the applause and recognition of his research work and staging of Argentine popular culture being chosen to film in Paris for Antenna 2.
San Salvador Prize for its cultural work. Films from programs such as En Danza, Exodo Jujeño, Forum National Section of the CIOFF in Río Tercero or the tribute received from the Cultural magazine "GRITO VERDE" to the "Huayra Muyoj" Workshop for his career.