TEATRO DO MAR LANÇA A PRIMEIRA EDIÇÃO DO PROGRAMA DE APOIO À CRIAÇÃO ARTÍSTICA CONTEMPORÂNEA PARA ESPAÇO PÚBLICO
Em 2023, o Teatro do Mar apresenta a primeira edição de um Programa de Apoio que visa apoiar e estimular a criação artística para espaço público. Serão admitidos até três projetos artísticos, nas disciplinas: artes de rua, teatro, dança, circo, música, performance e instalação.
Teatro do Mar recebe visita do Ministro da Cultura, Dr. Pedro Adão e Silva, Diretor Geral das Artes, Dr. Américo Rodrigues, e Diretora Regional de Cultura, Dra. Ana Paula Amendoeira
No passado dia 29 de Março de 2023, o Teatro do Mar recebeu nas suas instalações, o Ministro da Cultura, Dr. Pedro Adão e Silva, Diretor Geral das Artes, Dr. Américo Rodrigues, e Diretora Regional de Cultura, Dra. Ana Paula Amendoeira, no âmbito do Programa Governo Mais Próximo, com o objetivo aprofundar as relações institucionais e dar a conhecer a realidade da Companhia, hoje com 37 anos de existência.
M.A.R. sofre alteração de datas em 2023
Em 2023, a M.A.R. volta a ocupar o Espaço Público com um conjunto de propostas artísticas nacionais e internacionais. A grande novidade é a alteração das datas para o fim-de-semana anterior do habitual, e a mudança dos dias para sexta, sábado e domingo (ao invés de quinta-feira, até aqui ocupada com o espetáculo inaugural).
Nas próximas semanas serão lançadas as Open Call para M.A.R. Emergente, M.A.R. Off e M.A.R. PRO.
Notícia em desenvolvimento.
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TEATRO DO MAR IN THE PANDEMIC
M.A.R. OUT 2020
Poetic writing in the landscape, a meeting of territory and culture with street arts, music and video.
Due to the Pandemic, and in the impossibility of holding the 4th Edition of M.A.R. - Mostra de Artes de Rua 2020, Teatro do Mar/M.A.R., in co-production with Sines Town Hall, advanced with a project that, although not invoking face-to-face audiences, pursues, in some way, the artistic objectives of the Festival.
M.A.R. Out are four videos for digital media. From a proposal of the Artistic Direction, national artists were challenged to create for the street.
Fusing street arts (in this case dance, circus, clown and performance/object manipulation) with original music, the videos are inspired by the streets, landscape, culture and history of the city, having invited a performer and a musician composer for each of the 4 distinct artistic objects. The videos, short and as distinct pieces, focus on the industrial landscape, natural landscape, riverside and city.
The industrial landscape of the city of Sines is the frame of the artist Rui Paixão, clown and performer, and the ethereal music of Surma. In the inhospitable, impersonal, cold and metallic environment of the industry, in contrast with the poetry of his character, the artist intends to dwell on the idea of a universe where the physical has stopped, a non-place where time is suspended, memory of the work of man, like rust that corrupts and transforms the heart of the earth.
Artistic Direction Julieta Aurora Santos Cast / Creator Rui Paixão Soundtrack Surma
Directed by André Costa Santos Direction Assistance Mariana Machado Photo Scene Mariana Machado
ORTO (birth; origin) is set in the natural landscape of Sines. In a poetic register, Carlos Campos develops an interpretation that appeals to an ecological conscience, of preservation and love for the planet. An earth body that seeks to survive an inevitable transformation with the excess of human information and production, which annihilate the sea's breath and the life of the birds. More than immersed in nature, in ORTO, he represents nature itself, and its tremendous capacity to survive the intervention and presence of our species, on Earth.
Artistic Direction Julieta Aurora Santos Cast / Creator Carlos Campos Soundtrack Miguel Ramires Text Pica Lima Voice Julieta A. Santos Directed by André Costa Santos Direction Assistance Mariana Machado Photo Scene Mariana Machado
The river and its textures of boats, nets and buoys, the continuous cries of the seagulls and the fishermen leaning over the quay, are the setting and inspiration for the work of a dancer who invokes the longitude of the sea and the harsh, yet beautiful, hardness of the men who face it. In the veins of the city runs this salt that draws the horizon, tempers the soul, the days and unites all things. A creation that invokes the spirit of the element that most characterises the culture and history of Sines, the one that defines its breath: the sea.
Artistic Direction Julieta Aurora Santos
Cast / Creator André de Campos Soundtrack Diogo Melo Text Al Berto Directed by André Costa Santos Direction Assistance Mariana Machado Photo Scene Mariana Machado
A dancer walks through the streets of the city. Between history and modernity, ruin and contemporary construction, this creation intends to show urban life, its contrasts and human landscape and, in the case of Sines, all its diversity and multiculturality. Someone who drifts in search of his own identity and place. Between movement and staticity, a present and absent body, in a wandering in search of an imagined city.
Artistic Direction Julieta Aurora Santos
Interpreter / Creator Beatriz Dias Soundtrack Tiago Inuit Text Mariana Machado Directed by André Costa Santos Direction Assistance Mariana Machado Photo Scene Mariana Machado