CENTRO COREOGRÁFICO SELECIONA BOLSISTAS PARA III WORKSHOP DE DANÇA MODERNA COM BRADLEY SHELVER em parceria com o Nos dias 22, 23, 24, 25 e 26 de janeiro o Centro Coreográfico estará recebendo o III WORKSHOP DE VERÃO DE DANÇA MODERNA 2013 Uma oportunidade imperdível para os alunos brasileiros estudarem com o excelente Professor e Coreógrafo Sul Africano radicado em Nova York, Bradley Shelver. Formado pela prestigiosa Ailey School e com passagens profissionais pelas companhias Ailey II, Limón Dance Company, Elisa Monte Dance Company entre outras, Bradley compartilhará seus conhecimentos nas Técnicas de Lester Horton e José Limón, que leciona em escolas e companhias ao redor do mundo. As oficinas serão oferecidas em níveis inciante e intermediário/avançado. O Núcleo de Dança e Educação está oferecendo 10 vagas para bolsistas , oriundos de projetos sociais, estagiários em Cias de Dança ou bolsistas em Escolas de Dança para as oficinas NÍVEL I do evento (5 para cada modalidade).
A “subversive Disneyland” at the end of the world Collectors Australia The gambling millionaire David Walsh is opening a museum in Tasmania that will be unlike anything you’ve ever seen before By Cristina Ruiz. Features, Issue 215, July-August 2010Published online: 15 July 2010 Instituto Tomie Ohtake O INSTITUTO TOMIE OHTAKE, erguido na mais importante cidade da América Latina, São Paulo, tem como proposta apresentar as novas tendências da arte nacional e internacional, além daquelas que são referências nos últimos 50 anos, coincidindo com o período de trabalho da artista plástica que dá nome ao espaço, Tomie Ohtake. Inaugurado em novembro de 2001, o centro cultural ocupa uma área total de 7.500m2. Para exposições conta com sete salas distribuídas em dois grandes pisos, um dos quais abriga ainda o setor educativo, com quatro ateliês, espaço para seminários, área de documentação e um Grande Hall, onde estão instalados o restaurante Santinho, a livraria Gaudi e a loja de objetos IT. O Instituto Tomie Ohtake está instalado em um complexo empresarial privado construído pelo Grupo Aché que reflete uma concepção contemporânea de cidade, onde cultura trabalho e lazer estão integrados.
Inhotim - Google Arts & Culture Instituto Inhotim is located in Brumadinho, 60 kilometers (37 miles) from Belo Horizonte, the capital of the state of Minas Gerais, and the third largest metropolitan area in Brazil. Inhotim features an internationally relevant art collection, located within 110 hectares (271 acres) of forests and botanical gardens. Besides the galleries dedicated to solo presentations of artist and the permanent outdoor works, four galleries - Fonte, Lago, Mata and Praça - house temporary exhibitions drawn from the growing contemporary art collection which now consists of more than 700 works by 200 artists from different countries around the world. Triangle Network: International Art, News, Exhibitions, Residencies and Opportunities Triangle is an international network of artists and arts organisations that promotes dialogue, exchange of ideas and innovation within the contemporary visual arts. Capacete - Banca project installed Capacete established it’s first residency programme in 1997 in the Flamengo area of Rio de Janeiro to be followed and expanded, in 2000, to include another residency in Santa Teresa. Capacete’s activities form part of a long term interdisciplinary presence in Rio de Janeiro, aiming to research and document aesthetic, social and political processes in Brazil. Capacete responds to the historic, urban, topographic, enviromental and social context of Rio de Janeiro and is primarily interested in the space that exists between the art gallery and the city in the multiple manifestations of its urban history.
Where dreams come true Collectors Brazil Deep in the Brazilian jungle, Inhotim’s founder Bernardo Paz offers artists a place to realise their most ambitious projects By Cristina Ruiz. Features, Issue 218, November 2010Published online: 22 November 2010 Lost in the jungle (from top): Matthew Barney's "De Lama Lamina" in a geodesic dome designed by Paula Zasnicoff Cardoso, Chris Burden's "Beam Drop" and Doug Aitken's "Sonic Pavilion" Tate Modern: International modern and contemporary art Southwark (Jubilee Line, 600 metres approx Blackfriars: District and Circle Line, 800 metres approx St Paul’s: Central Line, 1,100 metres approx. Routes 45, 63 and 100 stop on Blackfriars Bridge Road Routes RV1 and 381 stop on Southwark Street Route 344 stops on Southwark Bridge Road Blackfriars 300 metres from the South exit; 800 metres from the North exit. London Bridge 1,100 metres approx. The Tate Boat runs every forty minutes along the Thames between Tate Britain and Tate Modern.
Kansallisgalleria The collections of the Finnish National Gallery comprise more than 35,000 works of art as well as archival material and objects. The collection is owned by the State. The management, maintenance and augmentation of the collection constitute one of the primary tasks of the National Gallery. Responsibility for the augmentation and management of the collection is divided between three museums. The Sinebrychoff Art Museum houses old international art from the 14th to the early 19th century, the Ateneum Art Museum has Finnish art up to 1969 as well as international art from the 19th and 20th centuries, and the Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma is responsible for Finnish and international art from 1960 onwards.
On Nature On Nature Travel Does Instituto Inhotim, a 240-hectare art park and botanical garden in south-east Brazil, represent a new kind of institutional operation? Chris Burden Beam Drop (1984/2008) I am on a parched hilltop some 60 miles from Belo Horizonte, south-east Brazil. Steep hills roll out before me. Delfina Foundation — In Residence Alia Farid Current Residencies Alia Farid Cordoba: 21/04/13 — 24/05/13 Location
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