Project Dies De Dansa, Barcelona
Danza en Familia (Dancing in Family) is a project for the family, where the only rule is to be taken. Dancing in Family seeks to restore, rebuild and balance through the reunion with heartstrings. Some of the elements of the proposal that enhances creativity and the bond between families is the music, movement, improvisation, games, massages, sense of rhythm, confidence and changing roles. It is a multidisciplinary project, where all the arts are involved: dance, music, visual arts, literature and theater. Dancing in Family has been held in Barcelona since 2007 at the Contemporary Cultural Center of Barcelona, CCCB.
Project Dansa en Familia Barcelona
Dies de Dansa is an international contemporary dance festival in urban spaces. It's free annual cultural project born in Barcelona. During five days buildings, streets, parks and plazas flood with life in this encounter between dance, urban space and community. Dies De Dansa takes place in different points of Barcelona, such as Contemporary Cultural Center, Miró Foundation, Contemporary Art Museum of Barcelona, Picasso Museum etc. The daylight program consists of a presentation of short performances where artists and companies from all over the world collaborate at each location.
Brazilian House Museum
Role: Public Program Director, Event Coordination
The Brazilian House Museum is a public institution located in São Paulo in an old manor. It is the single institution dedicated to the study, preservation and exhibition of the history of Brazilian's architecture and design. The MCB is also recognized as one of the most dynamic centers of study of architecture and contemporary design in Latin America. Along with a rich and extensive program of exhibitions, they also promote free festivals, performances and community related events with an audience of more than 500,000 people/year.
Role: Founder and Director
Communal was founded in 2014 as gathering space in DTLA focused on food, art and mindful lifestyle. Through classes, pop ups, suppers and any creative event around those themes, we celebrated the act of coming together as a community and learning from one another. More than 100 gatherings were hosted and so many people from different communities could connect.