Cinema Workshop – “Camera Ministry”28 September 2021 — 29 September 2021Cinema São Jorge
Jamaican-Iranian filmmaker and photographer Khalik Allah, based in New York, runs a workshop for the first time in Lisbon, in which he discusses the spiritual implications of his work, namely the use of photography to capture the essence of a person from a non-judgmental perspective; the recognition of all people as a light, and as a child of God; the choice to find beauty everywhere and in everything around us; and the use of photography to build intimate relationships.
Listening and Sound Arts Workshop – “Tesourelha”02 October 2021 — 03 October 2021Lisboa (local a anunciar)
In the workshop "Tesourelha", the artists Marta Ângela and João Alves propose to form a listening group with the participants. During the two intensive days of the workshop, four listening sessions will take place, lasting 2h30 each. Each of the sessions will correspond to listening accompanied by a composition of sounds. No image. Each of the compositions will have as reference each of the four elements: Fire, Water, Earth, Air.
Dance Workshop – “Creation Experiences”09 October 2021 — 10 October 2021Casa da Dança / Ponto de Encontro
Brazilian choreographer Alice Ripoll proposes a theoretical-practical workshop: a first part, where she presents her way of directing and choreographing, sharing experiences and methodologies; and a second part, in which the dancers and creatives of Cia REC present practical exercises developed in creative and improvisation processes. A unique opportunity to get together with one of the most significant artists of contemporary dance.
Frédérique Aït-Touati e Patrick Laffont-DeLojo
Performing Arts Workshop – “World Models”14 October 2021 — 16 October 2021Culturgest
FRÉDÉRIQUE AÏT-TOUATI e PATRICK LAFFONT-DELOJO
Based on the stage experiments that Frédérique Aït-Touati and Bruno Latour have been conducting together for the past ten years, the workshop proposes to explore these questions through different mediums (video, scenography, philosophy, architecture, cartography, drawing), and to share with the participants the different tools that the troupe has been exploring for several years in the form of scenic and graphic research - a gaïa-graphy.
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