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Art historian, former curator of MoMA, open event no CCBB – 7 July

LIVE DRAWING FESTIVAL

CULTURAL CENTER BANCO DO BRASIL BRASILIA - DE 7 FROM JULY TO AUGUST 1, 2021.

webinar, workshops, workshops, animation shows and concerts explore the endless possibilities of drawing

*Opening will be with the Venezuelan poet and art historian Luis Pérez-Oramas, former curator of MoMA

*Activities will take place outdoors, in the gardens of CCBB Brasília, and also through the YouTube channel of Banco do Brasil and the YouTube channel Festival Desenho Vivo

Everything that has ever been built in the world was a drawing – virtual or physical. The art of drawing is closely linked to the human experience on Earth, from time immemorial, When, still in the chipped stone age, our primitive ancestors recorded on the walls of caves a little of their daily life, proving that they had symbolic capacity, intellectual and artistic similar to that of today's man. Drawing offers instruments for human beings to make, think, fabular, design and inhabit possible worlds. However, there is still no established knowledge about drawing. It is to fill this gap that the Banco do Brasil Cultural Center presents the FESTIVAL DESENHO VIVO, that throughout the month of July will explore the universe of drawing, with workshops, webinar, animation show and music shows. All activities are free.

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From 7 from july to august 1st, the gardens of CCBB Brasília will be transformed into true ateliers that promise to deepen the knowledge of children and adults in various segments that permeate the art of drawing. And through the Banco do Brasil channel on YouTube and the channel of the Desenho Vivo Festival itself, it will be possible to follow a webinar featuring the participation of great names in the world of art in Brazil and in the world, besides the musical show “Under the Northeastern Sky“, that will pay homage to the music and poetry of the northeast, with live performance by musicians and designers.

on opening night, the festival will feature the participation of Venezuelan curator Luis Pérez-Oramas, writer, poeta e PhD em História da Arte pela School of Advanced Studies in Social Sciences, in Paris. Top name in the world's contemporary art scene, Pérez-Oramas has acted as curator of the São Paulo International Biennial and was, during 12 years, curator of Latin American art for MoMA in New York.

FESTIVAL DESENHO VIVO was conceived and curated by Gregório Soares Rodrigues, creative coordination by Carol Nogueira and executive production by Juana Miranda. Organization of the Banco do Brasil Cultural Center and sponsorship of Banco do Brasil.

THE FESTIVAL

“There is no way to draw a picture – there is only drawing”. It was so, paraphrasing the American artist Richard Serra, that the idea of ​​a festival arose to bring together the great diversity of knowledge that involves drawing (or the art of drawing) and the individuals who draw. Who, which, where, how and why was it drawn and drawn so much? Where does this ability to persist in time come from, to make yourself present, of survival even of drawing in so many and diverse bodies, means and contexts? These and other questions will be addressed by artists, scholars, curators during the various activities of the festival and will later be part of a catalog, to be released at closing, with a record of the texts and images produced by this art so widespread and at the same time so little discussed.

The DESIGN VIVO FESTIVAL has a multidisciplinary character, want to promote the meeting of artists, teachers, curators and specialists in a moment of reflection on drawing, seeking to draw an overview of contemporary design in Brazil and in the world. The intention is to maximize the range of expressions in the drawing, sheltering, besides artists, students and interested people in general, specific segments included in the schedule, as architects, designers, entertainers, comic artists, illustrators, educators and amateurs.

The activities will be divided into a webinar (term used to designate a seminar held virtually), cartoons, free studios, children's workshops, workshops, animation debates, animation show and music shows. For the webinar were invited, as healers, names such as PhD in Letters and professor at PUC/RJ Ana Kiffer, the artist, educator and curator Stella Barbieri, Doctor in History and Theory of Visual Arts Atila Regiani, the curator and indigenous art researcher Naine Terena, and Doctor in History of Art Maria do Carmo Couto da Silva, among other.

For the ateliers – in which the artist will be able to expose his path and practical strategies to the public – artists from different strands were called, as award-winning writer and illustrator Roger Mello, the visual artist and comic artist Lucas Gehre, the visual artist and artist educator Raisa Curty and many others. There will also be drawing workshops, taught by the designer, painter and animator Renato Moll. Pre-registration will be required.. Applications can be made from 9 am on every Monday, no site do Eventim, and each CPF may withdraw up to 4 tickets - in case of withdrawal, vacancies will be made available to the spontaneous public.

However, the cartoons, that are distributed throughout the entire program, will be held in the mornings and afternoons of weekdays, every half hour, no need to reserve tickets.

For the musical show “Under the Northeastern sky” it will be necessary to book tickets on the Eventim website. The presentation will bring together the singer and composer Túlio Borges and the Quinteto da Paraíba, on 18, at 19h, at the CCBB Brasília Theater, and can also be followed by Youtube Banco do Brasil. The musical program also includes the presentations "Traços e sounds", that will take place in the CCBB Brasília gardens, with the sound of DJ Stênio Alves.

Over the four weeks of the festival, an online animation show will also be held., with film screenings and debates by young national artists, curated by artist Taís Koshino.

According to the festival curator reveals, the artist and professor at the Department of Visual Arts at the Instituto de Artes at the University of Brasília, Gregory Soares, the choice of the Brazilian capital to host an event with such pioneering characteristics was not random. “Brasília has a natural vocation to host the initiative of a festival of this nature, due to its projective dimension, drawn, and the fact that we live with these architectural drawings, of the city and the landscape in such a vivid way in our daily life, that formed our visual imagery", the firm. "That is, Brasília invites us at all times to imagine new designs to compose its horizon. A motto always resonates in my head: Brasilia is the capital of design!”

CURATOR – Gregório Soares Rodrigues is an artist, curator and professor at the Department of Visual Arts at the University of Brasília. He holds a Master's Degree in Contemporary Poetics from the Postgraduate Program in Visual Arts at UnB and currently holds a PhD in the same program. Participates in group exhibitions, awards and salons since 2007. In 2012, was a finalist for the EDP in the Arts award at Instituto Tomie Ohtake and was part of the Educational Program of the 30th Bienal de São Paulo. Between 2017 and 2018, served on the Curatorial Council of the Casa da Cultura of Latin America – UNB. Between 2019 and 2020, coordinated the program of the University Houses of Culture at UnB. In 2016, held the exhibition Geografia do Atopos, the Pin Gallery, with the Culture Support Fund award – FAC / BRASILIA, in Brasília.

PROGRAMMING

week 1

WEDNESDAY, 07/07

19h – webinar – launch with Luis Pérez-Oramas – YouTube Banco do Brasil

THURSDAY, 08/07

10h at 1 pm and 2 pm at 5 pm – cartoon – gardens CCBB Brasilia

17h – online workshop – Free Drawing Practices Workshop, with Renato Moll – YouTube Live Drawing Festival

FRIDAY, 09/07

10h at 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm – drawing library – gardens CCBB Brasilia

19h – debate shows animation – YouTube Banco do Brasil

SATURDAY, 10/07

10h – children's and youth atelier – Paper as a question, with Letícia Miranda – gardens CCBB Brasilia

10h – children's workshop – atelier Collective design – Living organism, with João Leite – gardens CCBB Brasilia

15h - studio – botanical drawing, com Tauan Gon – gardens CCBB Brasilia

16h - studio – The self-image is an image in crisis – portrait, with Julio Lapagesse – gardens CCBB Brasilia

17h - studio – Living people move drawing – living model, with Diana Salu – gardens CCBB Brasilia

19h – projection shows animation – CCBB Brasília Cinema

SUNDAY, 11/07

10h – children's workshop – workshop “Drawing Workshop”, with Letícia Reis – gardens CCBB Brasilia

10h – children's atelier – Images of Nature, with Mariana Kirschner – gardens CCBB Brasilia

15h - studio – botanical drawing, com Tauan Gon – gardens CCBB Brasilia

16h - studio – The self-image is an image in crisis – portrait, with Julio Lapagesse – gardens CCBB Brasilia

17h – musical presentation – Traces and sounds, with DJ Stênio Alves – gardens CCBB Brasilia

week 2

TUESDAY, 13/07

19h – webinar – bodily processes: strike out, live, land, with Ana Kiffer – YouTube Banco do Brasil

THURSDAY, 15/07

10h at 1 pm and 2 pm at 5 pm – cartoon – gardens CCBB Brasilia

17h – online workshop – Free Drawing Practices Workshop, with Renato Moll – YouTube Live Drawing Festival

19h – webinar – design and city, with Attila Regiani – YouTube Live Drawing Festival

FRIDAY, 16/07

10h at 1 pm and 2 pm at 5 pm – cartoon – gardens CCBB Brasilia

19h – debate shows animation – YouTube Banco do Brasil

SATURDAY, 17/07

10h – children's workshop – Collective Design Workshop – Organismo Vivo, with João Leite – gardens CCBB Brasilia

10h – children's workshop – Nature Images Workshop, with Mariana Kirschner – gardens CCBB Brasilia

15h - studio – Illustration, with Roger Mello – gardens CCBB Brasilia

16h - studio – Design in space - architectural design, with Cicero Castro – gardens CCBB Brasilia

17h - studio – Living people move drawing – living model, with Diana Salu – gardens CCBB Brasilia

19h – projection shows animation – gardens CCBB Brasilia

SUNDAY, 18/07

10h – children's workshop – Workshop "DesseErro Workshop", with Letícia Reis – gardens CCBB Brasilia

10h – children's workshop – Nature Images Workshop, with Mariana Kirschner – gardens CCBB Brasilia

15h - studio – illustration, with Roger Mello – gardens CCBB Brasilia

16h - studio – Drawing as writing from space, with Luciana Paiva – expanded drawing – gardens CCBB Brasilia

19h – musical presentation – Under the northeastern sky, with Túlio Borges and Quinteto da Paraíba – Teatro CCBB Brasília and Youtube Banco do Brasil

week 3

WEDNESDAY, 21/07

19h – webinar – Indigenous perspectives, with Naine Terena – YouTube Banco do Brasil

THURSDAY, 22/07

10h at 1 pm and 2 pm at 5 pm – cartoon – gardens CCBB Brasilia

17h – online workshop – Free Drawing Practices Workshop, with Renato Moll – YouTube Live Drawing Festival

19h – webinar Afro-Brazilian design and heritage, with Maria do Carmo – YouTube Banco do Brasil

FRIDAY, 23/07

10h at 1 pm and 2 pm at 5 pm – cartoon – gardens CCBB Brasilia

19h – debate shows animation – YouTube Banco do Brasil

SATURDAY, 24/07

10h – children's workshop – Collective Design Workshop – Living Organism, with João Leite – gardens CCBB Brasilia

10h – children's and youth atelier – Paper as a question, with Letícia Miranda – gardens CCBB Brasilia

15h - studio – Basic comics workshop, with Lucas Gehre – gardens CCBB Brasilia

16h - studio – Between marks and deletions, accumulations and movements, with Rodrigo Cruz – matter and design – gardens CCBB Brasilia

17h - studio – live people move drawing, with Diana Salu – live model – gardens CCBB Brasilia

19h – projection shows animation – gardens CCBB Brasilia

SUNDAY, 25/07

10h – children's workshop – Nature Images Workshop, with Mariana Kirschner – gardens CCBB Brasilia

10h – children's workshop – Workshop "Drawing Workshop", with Letícia Reis – gardens CCBB Brasilia

15h - studio – Between contours and shapes, with Matias Mesquita – landscape – gardens CCBB Brasilia

16h - studio – Drawing as writing from space, with Luciana Paiva – expanded drawing – gardens CCBB Brasilia

17h – musical presentation – Traces and sounds, with DJ Stênio Alves – gardens CCBB Brasilia

week 4

WEDNESDAY, 28/07

19h – webinar – it's on the line?, with Andrés Sandoval – YouTube Live Drawing Festival

THURSDAY, 29/07

10h at 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm – drawing library – gardens CCBB Brasilia

17h – online workshop – Free Drawing Practices Workshop, with Renato Moll – YouTube Live Drawing Festival

19h – webinar – house as drawing, drawing like home, com Stella Barbieri and Fernando Vilela – YouTube Banco do Brasil

FRIDAY, 30/07

10h at 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm – drawing library – gardens CCBB Brasilia

19h – debate shows animation – YouTube Banco do Brasil

SATURDAY, 31/07

10h – children's and youth atelier – Paper as a question, with Letícia Miranda – gardens CCBB Brasilia

10h – children's workshop – Collective Design Workshop – Organismo Vivo, with João Leite – gardens CCBB Brasilia

15h - studio – Between contours and shapes, with Matias Mesquita landscape – CCBB Brasília gardens

16h - studio – Búzio, kawri, concha: black compositions, with Nina Barreto – memory, drawing and writing – gardens CCBB Brasilia

17h - studio – live people move drawing, with Diana Salu – live model – gardens CCBB Brasilia

19h – projection shows animation – gardens CCBB Brasilia

SUNDAY, 1º/08

10h – children's and youth atelier – Paper as a question, with Letícia Miranda – gardens CCBB Brasilia

10h – children's workshop – Nature Images Workshop, with Mariana Kirschner – gardens CCBB Brasilia

15h - studio – abstract as gesture, with Letícia Miranda – collage – gardens CCBB Brasilia

16h - studio – Displacements at risk – com Raísa Curty - performance – gardens CCBB Brasilia

17h – musical presentation – Traces and sounds, with DJ Stênio Alves – gardens CCBB Brasilia

week 5

August (date set)

catalog launch

WEBINARY

LAUNCH - LECTURE BY LUIS PÉREZ-ORAMAS

Born in 1960, in Caracas, is a Venezuelan poet, based in the United States, art historian and curator. He is the author of eight poetry books, four reminiscences of essays, as well as numerous art exhibition catalogs. Wrote for national newspapers in Venezuela (El Nacional and El Universal), as well as for various literary and art magazines in Latin America and Europe. Taught History of Art at the University of Rennes 2-Haute Brittany, at the Ecole Supérieure de Beaux Arts in Nantes and at the Armando Reverón Superior Institute of University Studies in Plastic Arts, Caracas. He also taught in the Master's Program in Museum Architecture and Museology at the Faculty of Architecture of the Central University of Venezuela. Was a member of the Guaire Group, na Venezuela, and participated in Taller Calicanto under the direction of Venezuelan poet Antonia Palacios. Organized numerous art exhibitions in Venezuela, Brasil, Europe and United States. In 2011, as Curatorial Director of the XXXth Bienal de São Paulo, organized under the title "The Imminence of Poetics", edition extremely well received nationally and internationally. He has worked as a curator at the Museum of Modern Art in New York since 2003, where he held the position of curator of Latin American art between 2006 and 2017. Currently lives and works in New York as an independent curator, art consultant and writer.

  • CORE – BODILY PROCESSES: SCRATCH, LIVE, LAND

Curated By: Ana Kiffer

assistant curatorship: Ariana Nuala

Guests: Clara Moreira (PE), Kammal João (RJ), biarritzzz (PE), Kulumym-Acu (EC), Iago Peres (PE/RJ) and Yuri Cruz (RJ).

ANA KIFFER – Writer, columnist for Revista Pessoa, with three books of poems published: the stab (7Letters), Tyraspola and Disappearances (Croup) and All Sea (Adjust). She is a researcher of the body and a professor in the Graduate Program in Literature, Culture and Contemporary at PUC-Rio since 2005 and, more recently, in the Program in Contemporary Arts Studies (UFF). Guest curator of the 34th Bienal de São Paulo – 2021, for which he designed the exhibition Corte/Relation with the archives of Antonin Artaud and Edouard Glissant. She was the curator of the Cadernos do Corpo exhibition (CCJF – 2016). With extensive research on writers' and artists' notebooks, published several texts and articles on the subject. She is the author of numerous articles and books on body and writing., affections and politics, the most recently, with Gabriel Giorgi, Political Hates and Hate Politics, (Bazaar Time, 2019).

ARIANA NUALA – Educator, researcher and curator. Graduated in Degree in Visual Arts from the Federal University of Pernambuco (2017), worked in the Educational Coordination at the Murillo La Greca Museum (2018 – 2020) and is currently assistant curator at Instituto Oficina Francisco Brennand. Coordinates the Deviant Practices Platform and Residence as an independent project, and is also a member and curator of the CARNI collectives (@carnicoletivo) and Thunderstorm (@thunder__). It combines strategies that start with the body and condense into writing and image. The exercise in curatorship is an artistic and educational confluence, a need that touches your walk. In 2019, participated as a resident at the Valongo Festival and was curator of the Strategies for the Contorno show at XI ÚNICO by SESC PE.

  • CORE – CIDADE / CITY

Curated By: Atila Regiani

Guests: Cecila Vilca, Natalia de la Rosa, Franklin Lacerda and Rebeca Borges

ATILA REGIANI – Independent curator and professor in the Critical Theory and Art History course at UnB. Has a Ph.D. in History and Theory of Visual Arts (2017) at the same university. Among his most significant curatorships, he highlights 'Time Notation Practices' (DeCurators, Brasilia, 2018), ‘Survival Manual of Brief Utopias’ (CAL Gallery, Brasilia, 2017), 'COME IN' (CAL Gallery, Brasilia, 2017), ‘Athopos geography’ (Pin Gallery, Brasilia, 2016), ‘Made Up Memories Corp’ (Pilot Space Gallery, Brasilia, 2013), 'Invented Memories' (SESC Gallery, Crato, 2012), ‘Work Inventory’ (Cultural Space Marcantonio Vilaça, Brasilia, 2010); ‘1277 Minutes of Ephemeral Art’ (CONIC, Brasilia, 2010); ‘Play-Replay’ (Cultural Space Marcantonio Vilaça, Brasilia, 2008).

NATALIA DE LA ROSA – Doctor in Art History from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. His interests run through modern and contemporary art in Mexico, the muralism, public art and avant-garde theory and artistic post-vanguard in Latin America, as well as the links between art, politics and economics. Curator of the Museum of Modern Art collection between 2014-2016. Received the William Bullock Chair Award (2017), as well as the Contemporary Art Patronage (2019-2020) as project "Community Museum and Reading Club of Sierra Hermosa".

  • CORE – (A) THOSE WHO KNOW TOO MUCH

Curated By: Woman Terena

Guests: Paty Wolf (MT) and natu (SP)

WOMAN TERENA – doctor in education, master of arts, graduated in social communication. teacher in higher education, works in the specialization course in Cultural Management and Policies at Instituto Itaú Cultural. Through the Oracle Communication, Education and Culture works in the development of social/cultural/educational projects, lectures and workshops. Postdoctoral internship at UFMT and UNemat, researching the use of technologies in education. She is an artist educator/curator, one of the organizers of the book Indigenous peoples in Brazil: Perspectives on strengthening struggles and combating prejudice through the audiovisual, published in 2018 and from the Indigenous School Education Dossier (Abatirá Magazine / 2020). In 2019 was one of five finalists for the Jane Lombard Prize for Art and Social Justice, offered by the Vera List Center for Art and Politics, de Nova York (USA) and graced in 2020/2021 as Master of Culture of Mato Grosso.

PATY WOLFF – Multiart, your creations transit between painting, mural, drawing, illustration, sculpture, ceramics, writing and literature. Currently lives and works in Cuiabá (MT). Researches the decolonization of representation and the look at black bodies in the African diaspora and Brazilian indigenous peoples. He was part of several group exhibitions, among them: “Experimental” Sesc Arsenal Gallery (2019) and “Nature: Feminine noun", Mato Grosso Art Museum – MAMT, (2016).

NATU (NATHALIA VIEIRA DA SILVA) – Resident of Catiapoã/São Vicente, born in Santos and cabocla thanks to the sertão that she carries in her veins and is inspired by her indigenous ancestry. Postgraduate in Cultural Management, is a Producer and Resident Artist at Corpas à Mostra: LGBTQIA+ Kalunga and Dance Laboratory artistic residency: body and memory in Gohayó. In 2020, released the short “Incomensuráveis: a counter-enactment“, which tells another version of the one portrayed in Encenações da Vila de São Vicente, the des natives who resisted the colonization of their lands., beliefs and sexualities that dissent from the Christian norm, the short has already been shown at the UFscar Indigenous Show and at FAFAN (Fanchas Arts Festival). Degree in Geography and Master's Student in Physical Geography at the University of São Paulo, is a public school teacher in Santos.

  • CORE – PRESENCE, STRUGGLES AND IMAGINATIVE STRENGTH OF AFRO-BRAZILIAN HERITAGE MEDIATED BY DRAWING

Curated By: Maria do Carmo Couto

Guests: Nelson Innocent, Jaime Lauriano and Aislaine Nobre

MARIA DO CARMO – Maria do Carmo Couto da Silva holds a Ph.D. in Art History from IFCH/Unicamp and adjunct professor of the Theory course, Critics and History of Art in Brazil and Europe (15th to 19th centuries) of the Institute of Arts/UnB. Graduated in History from the Faculty of Philosophy, Letters and Human Sciences, University of São Paulo. Post-doctorate in History of Art at FAU/USP. Has experience in research and teaching in the field of Modern and Contemporary History.

  • CORE – IT'S ON THE LINE?

Curated By: Andres Sandoval

Guests: Adalgisa Campos, Rogerio Martins

ANDRES SANDOVAL – Artist and illustrator, lives in Sao Paulo, studied architecture and urbanism at the University of São Paulo. Since 2003, develops book projects, prints and murals. In Brazil, he publishes his drawings by Companhia das Letras and Ubu. Participated in the X and XII Architecture Biennale of São Paulo, of the exhibition Cidade Gráfica at Itaú Cultural and Linhas de Histórias at SESC Santo André, Campinas and Araraquara. He makes illustrations of the corner section of the Piauí magazine since the first edition.

ROGÉRIO MARTINS – Percussionist and clarinetist, member of the band Hurtmold since 2003. He is also a member of the band Bodes e Elefantes. Along with drummer Ale Amaral (howler monkey) make up an improvisation duo.

ADALGISA CAMPOS – Visual artist, graduated in Architecture from FAUUSP in 1993 and a postgraduate degree in Chromatic Research from ENSAD (Paris) in 1996. He also studied visual arts at the University of Paris VIII between 1997 and 1998 and got in 2012 the Master in Arts from the Institute of Arts at UNICAMP. Develop, over the past 20 years, works in which drawing is the structural axis: works on paper, digital drawings, animations, videos, performances and installations. Participated in exhibitions, performances and residencies in Brazil, France, Germany and Canada. Dedicated from 1998 to teaching arts on several fronts, having been director of the Cultural and Educational Action Division of Centro Cultural São Paulo and professor at higher education institutions of visual arts and architecture in São Paulo. owns, together with Paulo Camillo Penna, from Casateliê, independent production space, Publication, teaching and selling art founded in São Paulo, in 2005, where he proposes drawing lessons and monitoring of poetic work.

  • CORE – HOUSE AS DRAWING, DRAWING AS HOME

Curated by Stela Barbieri and Fernando Vilela

Guests: Fabricio Lopez, Laura Gorski, Ana Paula Oliveira

STELLA BARBIERI – Artist, governess, writer and storyteller, she is currently the director of Bináh Espaço de Arte a place of invention, investigation, imagination, of encounters and experiences with and from art. She was curator of Educativo at the Bienal de Artes de São Paulo and director of Ação Educativa at Instituto Tomie Ohtake. She is an arts and education advisor in several schools and museums. Stela was part of the Advisory Board of PGECC – Gulbenkian Education for Culture and Science Program, in Lisbon, Portugal and the council of the Pinacoteca of the State of São Paulo. Coordinated the Postgraduate Course in Museums and Cultural Institutions, of the Singularities Institute. She is the author of 28 children's books, in addition to books and educational materials for educators. Has exhibited at cultural institutions in São Paulo, also in other cities in the country and abroad.

FERNANDO VILELA – Artist, writer and book illustrator, designer, researcher and teacher of art and picture books. Master in Visual Poetics from ECA – USP, is founding member, with Stela Barbieri, from binah art space (@ateliebinah), since 2015 takes courses, lectures, festivals, exhibitions, in art, literature and education. Vilela holds art exhibitions in Brazil and abroad and has works in collections, like the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) de Nova York, of the MAM of São Paulo and of the Pinacoteca of the State of São Paulo. Participated in several group exhibitions in Brazil and abroad. Received the FUNARTE Contemporary Art Award in 2011. Has 25 picture books published in 11 countries, with emphasis on Lamp & Lancelote (little zahar), which received two Jabuti prizes and one prize at the International Children's Book Fair in Bologna. It has five books in the White Ravens Catalog, from the Munich International Library.

FABRÍCIO LOPEZ – Master in Visual Poetics at ECA – USP under the supervision of Claudio Mubarac, is a founding member of the Jatobá Cultural Association – AJA and of the Atêlie Espaço Coringa, that between 1998 and 2009 produced collective actions such as exhibitions, publications, videos, classrooms, exchanges and artistic residencies. He participated in several group exhibitions in Brazil and abroad and was part of the Pan American Woodcut Encounter in Trois Riviérès, in Canada, residency as a guest artist at Atelier Engramme in Québec City and CRAC (Residence Center for Contemporary Artists) in Valparaíso, Chile as an award from the Rumos Itaú Cultural Program. He held solo exhibitions at Estação Pinacoteca – SP and at the São Paulo Cultural Center, integrates the public collections of the Pinacoteca Municipal and the State of São Paulo, Casa do Olhar – Santo André, Santos Municipal Secretariat of Culture and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs with the 1st prize for works on paper from the Itamaraty acquisitions program and in 2015 won the Arthur Luiz Piza artist residency award.

LAURA GORSKI – visual artist and educator. His research involves investigating landscapes through displacement, the creation of places of contemplation and silence through drawing and its relationship with the body and space. He graduated in Product Design at Centro Universitário Belas Artes de São Paulo. He held individual and group exhibitions in Brazil and abroad. She was awarded the 20th Cultura Inglesa Festival awards; ProAC – Visual Arts – Works and Exhibitions in the State of São Paulo; III Itamaraty Contest of Contemporary Art; X Recôncavo Biennial. His works are part of Itamaraty's collections, of Banco Santander, Dannemann Cultural Center and Sesc SP. He participated in the SACATAR artistic residencies on Ilha de Itaparica, Brasil (2019/2020); Casa Wabi in Puerto Escondido, Mexico (2019), Terra UNA in Serra da Mantiqueira, Brasil (2018), LABVERDE in the Amazon Forest, Brasil (2017), ZKU in Berlin, Germany (2013), city ​​in which he lived for a year and Fundação Bienal de Cerveira, in Portugal (2012), where he was part of the 17th Bienal de Cerveira. She is an art teacher at Escola Vera Cruz. As an educator, she worked in the coordination of the Educational Action at Instituto Tomie Ohtake, was part of the coordination team of the ateliers of the 29th Bienal Internacional de São Paulo, was an arts teacher at Escola Castanheiras and worked at OSCIP Comunidade Educativa CEDAC with teacher training in various regions of Brazil.

ANA PAULA OLIVEIRA – He held exhibitions at various institutions such as MARP, MAC Campinas, Chapel of Morumbi, Marquesa Manor, Manufactures ASA in Portugal also at the Virgílio galleries, Millan, Matias Brotas in Vitória ES and Galeria Marcelo Guarnieri SP and Ribeirão Preto. Received awards by CCSP, Proac edict and Premio Pipa. It has works in the collection of private collections and institutions such as the City Museum, Pinacoteca SP, MAM Rio, Gulbenkian Foundation Lisbon, MON Curitiba and Instituto Figueiredo Ferraz, Instituto Pipa among others. Currently exhibiting at MAM Rio until the end of the year and his works are represented by Marcelo Guarnieri SP and RP galleries and Matias Brotas gallery in ES.

SHOW MUSICAL

In "Under the Northeastern Sky", the singer, composer and researcher of popular northeastern poetry Túlio Borges invites one of the most renowned chamber music groups in Brazil, the Quintet of Paraíba, to together pay homage to the popular music and poetry of the Northeast and highlight the culture, the customs and geographic aspects of those states that, culturally, are one of the greatest assets of the country. Recently, Quinteto da Paraíba and singer Monica Salmaso recorded a song by Túlio Borges, in partnership with the poet from Paraíba, Jessier Quirino.

In the presentation, Túlio walks through his authorial repertoire, beside Victor Angeles (mandolin) and Pedro Miranda (acoustic double bass), and sings songs in partnership with northeastern poets such as Jessier Quirino (Paraíba), Climério Ferreira (Piauí), Jose Chagas (Maranhão), among others. In addition to participating in Túlio Borges' concert, the Quintet of Paraíba will present 4 solo pieces, with works by renowned northeastern composers.

TÚLIO BORGES – Born in Brasilia, the musician, phonographic researcher and producer Túlio Borges made his record debut with “Eu come wandering in the air” (2010), for which he received the award for best independent singer by Rádio Cultura of São Paulo and the nomination of one of the 50 best records of the year by Revista Manuscrita. His following albums are dedicated to popular northeastern poetry, "Pau de Casarão Stop" (2015), chosen the second best Brazilian release of that year by the Melhores da Música Brasileira website, and "Punch my untouchable chest" (2017), included in some lists as one of the 30 best albums of 2017. He also released the singles “why sabino died” (2018) and “The bread” (2019), available on all digital platforms and on the artist's website. Túlio Borges also ministers Brazilian song workshops, of poetry and creative writing.

QUINTETO DA PARAÍBA – Group created and resident for over three decades in the Music Department of the CCTA/UFPB, is today one of the most renowned chamber music groups in Brazil. Moving with versatility between concert music and popular music, is 6 recorded CDs (Armorial & Piazzolla, Armorial Music, capiba & Gonzagão, The stone of the Kingdom, Nau Flagship of Itamaracá and Live in New York), other complete CDs or in partnership with several interpreters and composers (Shanghai, Chico César, Lenin, Sivuca, Virgin Rose, Toninho Ferragutti, Antônio Nóbrega), in addition to participation in CDs, DVDs, movie soundtracks (Brazil's Central, Gonzaga: from father to son, By 30 moneys, Death Letters), shows, concerts and tours in Brazil and abroad.

LIVE DRAWING FESTIVAL

Date: From 7 from july to august 1st

Local: gardens of the Banco do Brasil Brasilia Cultural Center, YouTube Channel of Banco do Brasil and YouTube of the Desenho Vivo Festival

Tickets: Free tickets that will be made available on the Eventim app or website every Monday, from 9:00, according to the activities of the week – By 4 (four) tickets by CPF

The visitation and safety rules for Covid-19 are indicated on the website www.bb.com.br/cultura and in issuing the ticket

Information: (61) 3108-7600 or via email ccbbdf@bb.com.br

The complete schedule is being disseminated through CCBB's social networks, in profiles: @ccbbbrasilia (Instagram), @ccbbbrasilia (Facebook) e @ccbb_df (Twitter).

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