7 squares in…

Performance artiviste

17 Oct - 06 Dec 2015, 10am - 5pm

Divers lieux, Minas Gerais, Rio de Janeiro



17 Oct - 06 Dec 2015
10am - 5pm

Divers lieux
Rio de Janeiro, São João del Rei
São Joao del Rei, Minas Gerais, Rio de Janeiro,  36302-000
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La performance artiviste a été conçue pour sensibiliser les gens au sujet de la durabilité et du changement climatique qui aura lieu à sept endroits des villes de São João del Rei, Minas Gerais et Rio de Janeiro, au Brésil.

This project is about performance and artivism and consists of seven events to be lived in seven squares, or online, via the Internet, during seven hours. It also has a performative mini-Karawane running through the seven squares, made by participants moving using any means of transport ecological and environmentally friend.

In each square, guest performer artists, students, residents of the square and its surroundings will be performing, exchanging and making actions based on one of the seven arts and its relationship to the climate change, ecology and socio-cultural needs of the neighbouring community of each square.

Topics covered are the ethical, emotional, professional, psychological, social and legal conflicts affecting human in their interspecies relations and with the current unsustainable culture of our societies.

The background to guide the actions is the reflection that arts and culture have always played a critical role in addressing the political, environmental and social. However, sustainable development and climate agenda is still essentially scientific, economic and political. The main purpose of this device is to show the citizens involved in the proposed actions, that there are alternative ways to understand the complexity of sustainable challenge, be it cultural, social, ecological, urban, environmental or climate so thinking solutions to achieve sustainable cultural change inspired by the creativity and innovation.

Theater Course of the Federal University of Sao Joao del Rei-UFSJ
Socially Engaged Performance Research Group at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro-UNIRIO.


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