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Bomba Suicida is an association of culture promotion created by artists that come from the contemporary performative arts field. Born in 1997 this collective has divided their work between the production of their own artistic creations and the promotion of other outsider contemporary artists from the many different art fields, through a regular programming at their Studio/Black Box in Bairro Alto, Lisboa, Portugal. Nowadays, Bomba Suicida is composed by Filipe Viegas, Luís Guerra, Tânia Carvalho, Marlene Freitas, Sofia Matos and Ana Rita Osório. These artists keep their singular and distinctive artistic and personal personality although they all share the same collective spirit. Through the eleven years of life of Bomba Suicida, many other people made part of this association. The artistic works of Bomba Suicida’s artists were already presented in Portugal, England, France, Germany, Brazil, South Africa, Belgium, Lebanon, Croatia, Cyprus, Holland, between others. Bomba Suicida as an association is member of DBM Mediterranean Dance Network and of REDE, a Portuguese network of contemporary dance structures.
Companhia Nacional de Bailado
Inicialmente integrada no Teatro Nacional de São Carlos, a CNB conquistou autonomia em 1998. Foi responsável pela primeira realização nacional de produções integrais de bailados como La Syiphide, Raymonda, O Lago dos Cisnes, Coppélia, Dom Quixote e Romeu e Julieta. Recuperou também clássicos como Pás de Quatre, Giselle, Les Syiphides, Petruchka ou O Quebra-Nozes. Desde 2003 que a companhia apresenta a sua programação regular no Teatro Camões, dando oportunidade ao público de aí assistir a produções clássicas. Nos últimos anos, a CNB apresentou obras de diversos coreógrafos e tem colaborado regularmente com a Orquestra Sinfónica Portuguesa, Orquestra Metropolitana de Lisboa, Orquestra Nacional do Porto, Quarteto de Pianos de Amesterdão e diversos músicos e maestros portugueses.
Independent dance and theater organization based in Oporto, which brings together an auditorium, Dance Company, Professional School (theater and dance), Education Service (adults), Housing ( for visiting artists a), Documentation center (movies, books and audio) and Documentation Center. These sub structures are divided in two spaces that are located in the historic center of Oporto and the iconic garden ark water in the west of the city.
Clara Andermatt Dance Company
Dance Company of the Portuguese choreographer Clara Andermatt
Paulo Ribeiro Dance Company
Dance Company of the Portuguese choreographer Paulo Ribeiro
Dance organization that produces the work of the choreographers Francisco Camacho, Carlota Lagido, Rafael Alvarez and Sara Vaz. It supports also other young artists by providing their reaharsal studio in the center of Lisbon to the development and presentation of their works.
Fábrica de Movimentos
Dance Organization in Oporto that organizes the Fabrica Festival, Frame Video-Dance Festival and many other related small, medium-scale events.
Forum Dança is a non-profit cultural organization founded in 1990 with the aim to promote professional contemporary dance training, research and documentation. Since 1991, it organizes professional training courses in contemporary dance and cultural management.
Jangada de Pedra
Jangada de Pedra (Stone Raft) is the production house of the Portuguese choreographer Aldara Bizarro. It also organizes educational activities for young people, with the aim of raising public awareness for contemporary dance practices.
Cultural association based in Lisbon, founded in 2002 with the aim of promoting contemporary dance and theater works. Currently produces the work of the young portuguese choreographers Ligia Soares, Andresa Soares and Silvia Tengner.
N.E.C. - Núcleo de Experimentação Coreográfica
The main activities of NEC is creatiing contexts for the presentation and experimentation of choreographic processes and interventions in the city of Oporto, as well as the production of workshops and other formation events with both domestic and international choreographers, and making available logistic or production resources for creators and producers, especially concerning the executive production of the associated creators (Joclécio Azevedo, Cristiana Rocha and Victor Hugo Pontes).
O Rumo do Fumo
Idealized as a space for dialogue, exchange and sharing of artistic experiences, O Rumo do Fumo was founded in 1999 by the Portuguese dancer and choreographer Vera Mantero and since then it has been revealing itself as a dynamic structure, open to supporting other choreographers and artists.
REDE - Portuguese Association of Structures for Contemporary Dance
Portuguese Association of Structures For Contemporary Dance
Zut! was founded in 2005 by Inês Jacques. It is a production company that was initially created to allow more fluidity in the production of her work. However it always had the wider goal of promoting the creative work of other performing artists. With a consistent and progressive growth it has been able to achieve this signing up Zut! in the artistic context. It has produced and managed dance performances, music performances, performance-installation, video-performance, site-specific. It is widening this goal even further by creating a festival in 2010 without losing sight of its interest in “performativity”. Zut! has taken its productions to dozens of cities in Portugal, as well as working internationally in France, Slovenia, Russia, China and Mozambique. It enjoys a credibility and recognition from the organizations with whom it has worked and has established itself firmly in the artistic scene of Portugal. Zut! now supports the works of Inês Jacques, António M Cabrita, Silke Z, Ela Não É Francesa Ele Não É Espanhol and Noiserv.