17 OCT | COLISEU PORTO AGEAS
10H-12H (7-10 years old) – 16H-18H ( 4-6 anos years old)
Children from 4 to 10 years old/ Requires prior registration via the website
This artistic training activity invites participants to immerse themselves in the multicolored universes of the images they bring from home. Using photographs or drawings of windows, stained glass, skylights or colored objects, the participants will create a color plate. After the spotlight is turned on, it will unveil the appearance of these bodies-beings. Subsequently, a shattered magic lantern will be ready to be set up and occupied by the movement of the participants. In this space of image composition from memory, stories of unknown animals, bodies that change color and algae that sparkle in the dark will appear.
In 2000 Ana Sofia Albuquerque attended the 1st year of the Bachelor in Contemporary Dance, Northen School of Contemporary Dance (NSCD), Leeds, England and completed a Degree in Dance at the Escola Superior de Dança (ESD), Lisbon, Portugal (2004-2007). In 2008 she started teaching contemporary dance technique and creative dance. Along the way she worked with: Catarina Gonçalves, Mariana Tengner Barros, Companhia Instável, Aveiro Dance Company, Victor Hugo Pontes and Ricardo Ambrózio. In 2015 Albuquerque participated in the Advanced Training Performers Lab Project by Shahar Dor Company, held in Paris, at MicaDanses, by choreographer Shahar Dor. Completed the Postgraduate Diploma in Contemporary Dance, in the first edition, 2016 - 2017. In the same year, she presented her solo debut work, as creation and interpretation, La Chaise, at Teatro Municipal do Porto, Rivoli and at the Cerveira Biennial. In 2017, she starts teaching at Ginasiano Dance School and is currently attending the Master's Degree in Dance Teaching at ESD, Lisbon (2019-2021).
Teacher of dramatic expression, Joana Martins is an interpreter and theatre creator. She has a degree in Theater and Performing Arts, from the University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro, and a Master in Theater from the Escola Superior de Música e Artes do Espetáculo where she majored in Staging and Interpretation and developed her research project La Petite Mort, a co-creation with Diogo Freitas, on silence as scenic material. She worked with stage directors and creators such as Graeme Pulleyn, Filipe Crawford, Marcantónio del Carlo, Diogo Freitas, Filipe Gouveia and Joana Pupo.