Sete Anos Sete Livros

Sábado + Domingo

Sete Anos Sete Livros

November

19/11 sat 17:00

CAMPO ALEGREFoyer

literature
Books presentation with Cláudia Dias, Karas, Carlota Quintão, Inês Nadais and Jorge Louraço
Price Free entrance
Sábado

The book Sábado - Aprendizagens no cruzamento entre arte, educação e cidadania brings together a set of texts that have as their starting point the project Sete Anos Sete Escolas. With many contributions provides the reader with multiple intersections of themes such as the relationship between time and learning, the role of the State in education, the search for a growing equality of opportunities in access to education or the search for paths that allow design more democratic and integrative futures of art and culture in education.

Domingo

Gabriel Orlando's photo collection is an album that reproduces the movement of the Sete Anos Sete Peças project, reconstituting scenes and behind-the-scenes footage of each of the pieces since 2016. It’s naviagation is made using a particular glossary that, binding terms and concepts, helps to decipher the mystery of what happened once. As a supplement, five conversations moderated by Catarina Pires and Raquel Lima, held in five nights, after each performance. Domingo is the last book in the collection Sete Anos Sete Livros — a co-edition by Teatro Nacional D. Maria II, Alkantara and Teatro Municipal do Porto. — Cláudia Dias

Cláudia Dias
 (Lisboa, 1972) did her dance training at Academia Almadense, the Lisbon Dance Company and Forum Dança. She attended the master’s degree in scenic arts at the Nova University of Lisbon. She was a member of the Almada Dance Group and of the Ninho de Víboras collective. She worked with RE.AL, having played a key role in João Fiadeiro’s creative strategy and in the development, systemisation, and conveying of the real-time composition technique. She holds choreographic composition and real-time composition workshops on a regular basis. She created the pieces One Woman Show, Visita Guiada [Guided Tour], Das Coisas nascem Coisas [Out of Things, Things Are Born], Vontade de ter Vontade [Willingness to Will] and Nem tudo o que dizemos tem de ser feito nem tudo o que fazemos tem de ser ditto [Not Everything We Say Has to Be None nor Does Everything We Do Has to Be Said]. She is currently working on the project Sete Anos Sete Peças [Seven Years Seven Pieces].

Karas. Degree in Art History from Universidade Nova de Lisboa. He trained in Theatre with Yolanda Alves (Teatro de Papel), Etelvino Vázquéz (Teatro del Norte, Spain), Theodoros Terzopoulos (Attis Theatre, Greece), Fadhel Jaibi (Familia, Tunisia), Peter Stein (Schaubühne, Germany), Luís Miguel Cintra (Teatro da Cornucópia), and Hajo Schüller (Familie Flötz, Germany); in Contemporary Dance with Peter Michael Dietz, Howard Sonenklar, and Cláudia Dias and Josef Nadj. It was directed by Yolanda Alves, Miguel Clara Vasconcelos, João Garcia Miguel, Michel Simonot (Théâtre de l’Archipel), Theodoros Terzopoulos, Paulo Filipe Monteiro (Novo Grupo/ Teatro Aberto), Maria João Garcia, among others. He founded in 1996 the collective from Almadens Ninho de Víboras, where he works as director, actor and producer. Since 2016, he has collaborated in the project Sete Anos Sete Peças, by Cláudia Dias, in the areas of creation, itinerancy, training and editing, with which he has performed extensively throughout Europe.

Carlota Quintão. Porto. She is a founding and leading member of the A3S Association. A3S is an NGOD (Non-Governmental Organization for Development) dedicated to R&D created in 2006, with the mission of promoting entrepreneurship and the social economy, as well as all forms of collective organization of civil society, in favor of building alternatives fairer, more participatory and inclusive. She has more than 20 years of professional experience as a researcher, consultant, evaluator and trainer. Her path is specialized in the areas of the fight against poverty, social entrepreneurship, the qualification of social and solidarity economy organizations and the professional insertion of vulnerable groups. She has developed doctoral studies on insertion companies in Portugal and has been publishing articles on the subject. Experience as an evaluator since 1998 of different types of programs and projects, covering areas such as employment and training, the promotion of gender equality, education for development or social inclusion through artistic practices.

Inês Nadais (Porto, 1976) is a journalist at PÚBLICO, dedicating particular attention to the areas of theatre, dance and the performing arts in general. With a degree in Social Communication from the University of Minho, she worked in several sections of the newspaper where she works to date (media, society, place and culture) and was editor of Ípsilon, the weekly arts and culture supplement of PÚBLICO, between 2009 and 2015. Since 2016, she has been editor of the Culture section.

Jorge Louraço Figueira (Nazaré, 1973) wrote the plays As Sete Vidas da ArgilaÀ Espera de Beckett ou quaquaquaquaCassandra de BalaclavaXmas qd Kiseres and O Espantalho Teso, among others. He did the Antonio Mercado Theater Writing Workshop at TNSJ; the Traverse Theater Seminar, with Enda Walsh and John Tiffany, at Artistas Unidos; the Royal Court Theater International Residence; and the Theater Writing Seminar by J. S. Sinisterra, at Teatro Nacional D. Maria II. He was coordinator of the Postgraduate Program in Dramaturgy at ESMAE, Porto; theater critic for the Público newspaper; and playwright residing at Teatrão, Coimbra. Among other essays, he published Livro dos Exílios Reais e Imaginários, about FITEI, and Verás que Tudo É Verdade, about the group Folias, from São Paulo.

November

19/11 sat 17:00

CAMPO ALEGREFoyer

literature
Books presentation with Cláudia Dias, Karas, Carlota Quintão, Inês Nadais and Jorge Louraço
Price Free entrance

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