5,555 days of quarantine
In The Art Of Facing Fear, with a world premiere this Friday, the 18th, actors from five continents gather through the theater to talk about the pandemic caused by covid-19, which has changed the lives of more than seven billion people . They are actors from 21 countries who will perform the play, each from their own home, directed by Brazilian Rodolfo García Vázquez, director of the company Os Satyros. The production portrays a dystopian future, in which people try to reconstruct stories of a life before the pandemic. Quarantined for 5,555 days, isolated and anguished, they create an internet group to reconnect.
Friday, June 18, at 9:30 pm, free of charge, via the platform #CulturaEmCasa
Lack of air
The Museum of Image and Sound (MIS) #CineCiência focuses on a recent release da Netflix, Oxygen. The film deals with the story of a scientist trapped in a cryogenic chamber who must act with precision in order to escape. The more time passes, the more oxygen disappears and the less your chances of getting out alive. Following the exhibition, he has a chat with Brazilian scientists, space physicist Ale Pacini and biomedical scientist Marimélia Porcionatto. In addition to debating the film, they will reflect on the current moment of the pandemic.
Under Thierry Fischer, the São Paulo State Symphony Orchestra (Osesp) continues Season 2021 with three concerts at Sala São Paulo. The program features the full version of the ballet the fire bird starting the cycle Stravinsky 50, which recalls the 50th anniversary of the death of Russian composer Igor Stravinsky.
Thursday and Friday, June 17th and 18th, at 8 pm; Saturday 19th at 4:30 pm; age recommendation: 7 years; Tickets between BRL 50 and BRL 100
Noa Noa: a tribute
Poet, typographer and editor Cleber Teixeira, founder of Noa Noa publishing house, will be honored in a day of conversations and reflections at Casa Guilherme de Almeida. The meeting will deal with the artisanal care with the edition, highlighting the materiality of the book and its importance for the enjoyment of (translated) literature. Writers, translators, editors and researchers will reflect on the collaboration with Cleber and the importance of publishing house Noa Noa in Brazilian editorial history.
Saturday, June 19, from 10 am to 5:30 pm, by Zoom ; Enrollment until June 17th
For lovers of instrumental music, musician Popó Moreira offers a small show taken from the excellent work Elite, its latest release. In front of the lens of his cell phone, Popó translates his guitar into sounds and silences, which travels between varied and intoxicating styles of his music.
Saturday, June 19, from 7pm to 8pm, open to the public by Youtube
The head of Lima Barreto
the monologue Bring me the head of Lima Barreto, with actor Hilton Cobra, reunites excerpts from memories printed in the works of the Brazilian writer and journalist intertwined with free imagination. The fiction begins right after Lima’s death, when eugenicists demand the exhumation of his corpse for an autopsy, in order to clarify “how a lower brain could have produced so many literary works, if the privilege of noble art and good writing is of the superior races?” From this clash, the play shows the various facets of the writer’s personality and genius. The direction is by Fernanda Júlia.
Saturday, June 19, 19:00, 14 years old, by platform #CulturaEmCasa
Reaction time is the name given to the moment that the goalkeeper takes to start the defense movement after noticing an attack towards the goal. A basic foundation for the player in this position, who turns 150 in 2021. In the exhibition at the Football Museum, the expression takes on another dimension by bringing goalkeeper Moacyr Barbosa to the center of the debate, criticized for not having saved a goal in the Cup final of the 1950 World in Maracanã. In the year in which he would turn 100, Barbosa has his trajectory recounted from another perspective. With the help of souvenirs and collections, evidence of the racism that structures football and Brazilian society is discussed.
From Tuesday to Sunday, from 11am to 6pm, at the Football Museum; Tickets: BRL 20.00 (full) and BRL 10.00 (half), access exclusively through advance purchase by appointment
The virtual exhibition “Santo Antônio” is part of this month’s program at the Museu Casa de Portinari and tells the story about the construction of the first parish church in Brodowski, in the interior of São Paulo, birthplace of Cândido Portinari, considered one of the most important artists Brazilian plastics of all times and the greatest international projection.The exhibition brings historical data about the Santo Antônio chapel and the Praça Candido Portinari, in addition to the Santo Antônio canvas and photographs of the artist’s works.
Virtual exhibition, by site of the institution
Sérgio Cardoso Theater receives special programming from Grupo Raça with presentations by Cia Experimental, a recent initiative composed of young dancers who present the unprecedented show about those words, by choreographer Jhean Allex, in addition to the series race, for them, in honor of the group’s director and choreographer, Roseli Rodrigues (1955 – 2010). The series consists of the pieces Silk Path (2001), one of Roseli Rodrigues’ most renowned works.
All good people
Italian Immigration: History, Genealogical Research and Citizenship is the name of the course that will be offered by the Immigration Museum on the history of Italian migration to Brazil. The course will provide general information and tips on genealogy research, with an emphasis on the records of Italian immigrants, and historical and practical aspects of the recognition and granting of Italian nationality. From June 28th to July 6th, from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm, R$ 200, registration via the website Museum