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INART- COMMUNITY ARTS FESTIVAL

May 30 to June 29 2024


shows | exhibitions | workshops | debates | films

 

Teatro Meridional & Teatro do Bairro

 

InArt – Community Arts Festival presents programme proposals that cross languages, movements, people and generations, reflecting on community and participative art as a booster movement for new artistic and human landscapes. InArt continues to discover artistic projects based on the diversity of communities and continues to meet artists that make their work a bridge between worlds and people, in a plural and inclusive art.

 

With a programme at Teatro Meridional (May 30 to June 9) and at Teatro do Bairro (June 25 to 29), InArt presents 7 shows, 3 Cinema and Debate Sessions, Photography Exhibition and 4 Workshops.

 

The opening of the Festival takes place at Teatro Meridional and includes a presentation of the show Rh from CiM – Dance Company, from May 30 to June 2. On stage, one finds seven dancers with and without disabilities that, in collaboration with fifteen people from the community in general, leave us with multiple proposals of a human revolution. Rh can be any of us.

Also in presence is the Photography Exhibition from João Pedro Rodrigues that accompanied the creation process of the show.

 

On June 5, 6, and 7, children and the younger audience will be the connecting link with InArt in sessions for schools with the show SOMATATI from CiM  - Dance Company. A dance in sums and sums, fitting each idea in another, until they themselves transform and from them, surge new superpowers. But what is that of a superpower?

 

June 8 and 9 are two days with diverse shows. The German choreographer, Silke Z., presents her show WITH US. David (28) meets Hanna (28), where two dancers with different abilities trace physical landscapes, measure their forces and meet each other in a very human way.

 

On June 8, MALA UTOPIA from Pedro Carvalho / Ventos e Tempestades – Associação Cultural presents a project developed with non-professionals, that questions how can a dancing body be body-poetry.

 

To close the programme at the Teatro Meridional on June 9, there will be a show of the creation process of the project A Hierarquia do Medo! from Noé Quintela / NO é Artes Performativas that unites a choreographer and a psychologist with the goal of using art as a tool for change through the stories of victims of violence, embracing (not only, but also) the focus on the LGBTQIA + community.

 

On June 25, 26 and 27, at the Teatro do Bairro, there will be 3 documentary film sessions, from the individual/ indivisible to the communitarian. A plural vision of some of the most significant universes of inclusive contemporary dance.

 

On June 28, there will be the first show of the results from the performance SOPRO with choreography from Bruno Rodrigues/CiM, a result from the No One Forgotten project, supported by Creative Europe.

 

InArt ends on June 29 with the presentation of Choreographic Practices, a challenge launched to performers with and without disabilities from CiM – Dance Company, who will present 4 performances choreographed by Nelson Moniz, David Fernandes, Maria Inês Costa and Ricardo Machado, where they will work with the dancers and performers from CiM's Educational Project for the Arts – PEPA.

 

InArt' s main objective is to promote and publicize the arts as professional, pedagogic and social work, sensibilizing professionals that intervene with people with and without disabilities, and the diverse communities, to the importance of the arts as a tool against social exclusion.

 

InArt is an accessible festival and the programme includes actions spoken in English and Portuguese and interpretation in Portuguese Sign Language. 

 

Teatro Meridional

Rua do Açúcar, Beco da Mitra 64

1950-009 Lisboa, Portugal

 

Teatro do Bairro

Rua Luz Soriano, 63

1200-246 Lisboa, Portugal

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