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2010 Edition
1st International Meetings of Inclusion Through Art
12th to 19th December

The 1st edition of InArte - International Meetings of Inclusion through Art, was held for 8 days, between the 12th and 19th of December 2010, in the various spaces of São Luiz Municipal Theatre and the Goethe Institute, and was attended by several artists, programmers, theorist, technicians, invited as speakers and moderators and professionals in the areas of social inclusion through art.

 

The main objective is to promote and disseminate the arts as a form of artwork, educational, occupational, therapeutic and social integration, sensitizing professionals and future professionals working with people with disabilities and with fewer opportunities for participation, for the importance of the arts as working tool to combat social exclusion.

 

Was part of program,the International Seminar InArte , which was conducted over 2 days with several speeches, lectures, sharing opinions, debates and reviews about various topics such as Art, Culture, Accessibility, Inclusion and Exclusion and had four thematic panels and various stories.

 

A National Conference celebrating  to  50 years  of the National Federation of cerebral Palsy Associations,focused "Science and Qualiti life in Cerebral Palsy Paralisia Cerebral ", also included in InArte.

 

There were also three shows, two of which were presented by CiM - Integrated Multidisciplinary Company, which  works with professional dancers and interpreters with special needs, the replacement of the show O Aqui and the premiere O Depois.

 

It was also presented the show Procedimentos de 1 Pseudópodo by DI - Dance Company (Brazil).

 

On the other hand, celebrated concert of the group The 5th Punkada, a band of portuguese music with a mix of pop, rock and funk, made up of young musicians from the Cerebral Palsy Association of Coimbra.

 

Were presented between fiction and documentary shows 9 in a video where it was the theme of social inclusion.

 

Finally, there were 5workshops, approximately 100 participants  participated and included the presence of Gerda Köning: choreographer and artistic director of DIN A 13 Dance Company; Paulo Azevedo: choreographer and artistic director of DI - Dance Company (Brazil); Gisella Mendonza: artistic director of GTO LX; Ana Paula Almeida: researcher in the area of ​​musical expression through movement and Ana Rita Barata: artistic director of Vo'Arte and choreographer and dancer of CiM - Integrated Multidisciplinary Company

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