The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation in Lisbon hosts from today until Sunday the exhibition ‘This is PARTIS’, which includes exhibitions, concerts and the exhibition of films, resulting from social intervention projects for the arts.
In the exhibition, with free admission, will be presented some of the 16 projects of social intervention for art supported by the foundation in the second edition (2016-2018) of the initiative Practices for Social Inclusion (PARTIS).
Between today and Sunday will be shown “the result of the work developed with vulnerable people and in situations of exclusion“.
For today, the conference ‘Art and Community – restless dialogues’, ‘the role of art in the community and the way in which they relate and influence’ is scheduled to take place, “it will also be the moment to take stock of the second edition PARTIS “according to information made available on the foundation’s website.
Also today, the exhibition “Refuge and Art: sleep a thousand colours in my fingers” is inaugurated and is a sample of the work developed with young refugees.
Saturday morning is dedicated to the circus arts, with a trip to the Educational Center of Caxias, Oeiras, for the spectacle ‘Perspetivas’ and a workshop, where it will be possible to try different circus modalities, the Combi Forces, Chapitô project with children and adolescents who comply with educational tutelary measures. This activity requires prior registration.
In the afternoon, at the foundation, the concert ‘Renascer’ is scheduled for the project ‘Cultural decentralization that favours children from rural areas or low-income families’ Zéthoven – Plante A Musician, and the concert film’ Short Migration ‘, a feature film composed of six short films that tell “real stories, and / or based on authentic facts, made by young people who immersed themselves in their neighborhood, themselves and their families.” The film will be shown with live music played by some of the young people who participated in the project.
On the last day, there is the ‘Xilobaldes’ show, “the result of a collective creation process that intends to reflect on some life experiences of the young people who attend Tum Tum Tum workshops related to employment and vocational training“, and the exhibition of the balance sheet documentary of the SOMA Geração project, which will “showcase the work developed with children between 5 and 16 years of Lisbon schools, also integrating children with special educational needs and their educators (teachers and parents) through dance, music and performance. ”
Still under the scope of ‘This is PARTIS’, the exhibition ‘Portraits of the Islands – Bonfim beyond the facades’, which includes photographs by the photojournalist Paulo Pimenta and participants, is still pending until 13 February in the Order of Architects, also in Lisbon. of the Association My Place in the World and of the Social Center Senhor do Bonfim, in Porto.
The complete schedule and schedules can be found on the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation website.