LECTURE “LIVES WITH ART” WITH PAULA VARANDA April 28, Wednesday at 9pm. Live on the Youtube channel of Teatro das Figuras: https://www.youtube.com/user/teatrodasfigurasfaro Paula Varanda has a doctorate in artistic studies and humanities from Middlesex University in London and has a degree from the Escola Superior de Dança in Lisbon. He coordinated several artistic projects, taught in several institutions and has published work, namely in the field of dance and education and dance and new technologies, of which he highlights the collaboration with Jornal Público as a critic and the book Dançar é Crescer – Aldara Bizarro and the Breathe Project (Kaleidoscope 2012). Since 2019 she is an integrated researcher at the Institute of Art History in Lisbon (IHA_FCSH / UNL). View less
The Loulé Reading Club aims to carry out shared readings, awaken the critical spirit and promote reflection, discussion and exchange of ideas, constituting itself as an informal space in which the Book is the chosen tool. Book under discussion: “Baths of Caldas e Águas Minerals” by Ramalho Ortigão Recipients: adults Registration: Biblioteca@cm-loule.pt
The Stories of Ana Paula Reading of “Tanto, Tanto!” by Trish Cooke and Helen Oxenburry
“Dias Contados” is a creation that explores the housing crisis, a scourge of which Elizabete Francisca was a victim. At a time when she was designing a new dance project, the choreographer received an eviction letter in the post office of the house she rented in Lisbon. Thereafter, he wondered whether her personal drama, which could be extended to so many others, would not be an issue to deal with through art. Elizabete Francisca’s artistic proposal escapes categorization and is located between dance, photography, visual and sound installation, visual arts and rehearsal. SYNOPSIS I received the letter. I opened the letter. I read the letter. I stood still.
Location: Lagos Cultural Center – Duval Pestana Auditorium Org .: CM Lagos, with the support of the Lagos Dance Association and Lagos Experimental Theater Class. Age: M6 Free entry, but limited to space capacity To celebrate World Dance Day, marked annually on April 29, the artists Adriana Xavier and Lilli Schulz present an excerpt from the show “Ready to Fail”. Show integrated in the initiative “The stage at home” (live broadcast on the municipality’s Facebook page) Source: https://www.cm-lagos.pt/municipio/eventos/8755-ready-to-fail-solos-de-adriana-xavier-e-lilli-schulz
Borderline marks a turning point in the research and choreographic language of Sébastien Ramirez and Honji Wang. Dance evolves into a dialogue between the technique and the art of rigging, reflecting on human relationships that have come to include the reality of coexistence in our society. In the interaction with the rigger, the body becomes the object of a “weight game”, of balance and freedom. Fixed by cables, the five dancers transpose the desire for freedom inherent in all forms of dance. Show within the scope of CENTRAL ARTES Artistic and technical file: Artistic and choreographic direction | Artistic direction & choreography: Honji Wang & Sébastien Ramirez Dancers | Performers: Mehdi Baki or Sébastien Ramirez, Louis Becker, Johanna Faye, Joy Alpuerto Ritter or Honji Wang, Kai Gaedtke, Saïdo Lehlouh Rigging: Jason Oettlé and Kai Gaedtke Composer | Composition: LACRYMOBOY Light designer | Light design: Cyril Mulon Collaborative Playwriting I Dramaturgical collaboration: Catherine Umbdenstock Scenography I Set design: Paul Bauer Wardrobe I Costume realization: Anna Ramirez Design in 2013 I Creation producer in 2013: Dirk Korell Executive production | Executive production: Compagnie Wang Ramirez, Clash66
Synopsis In an evening dedicated to Dance, the Algarve Dance Academy, Outsiders, Body Dance, Hip Hop Fusion and Movidance participate in this first night of performing arts. (online transmission on Facebook from the Municipality of Olhão and Bezaranha) Source: https://bezaranha.pt/mostra-de-artes-performativas
Portimao Formula 1 Heineken Grande Premio de Portugal 30 April to 02 May 2021 Formula 1 Heineken Grande Premio de Portugal FORMULA 1 HEINEKEN GRAND PRIZE OF PORTUGAL is back in Portimão, for the second consecutive time. The race will take place at the Autódromo Internacional do Algarve, between April 30th and May 2nd, as part of the 23 races on the FIA calendar of the 2021 ™ Formula 1 World Championship. In October 2020, Portimão entered the Formula 1® calendar for the first time, with the return to Portugal after 24 years of absence. The circuit featured an exciting race that took Lewis Hamilton to the top of the podium, alongside Valtteri Bottas and Max Verstappen.
The Stories of Ana Costa Reading of “The glutton squirrel” by Jean-Jacques Vacher and Loïc Jouannigot