From music to moving images, Clube de Inverno (Winter Club) is the right space to discover, explore, and improvise. From an acoustic-digital jam session to an experimentation laboratory, the possibilities are immense. The 8th edition will be led by Lairie and Ana Mariz. The result of this week of creation will be presented at gnration as part of the OCUPA #9 programme, a perspective on electronic music and digital art in Braga.

  • 03 Dec. until 05 Dec. | Sessões de criação - 18:30 às 21:30
  • 06 Dec. | Apresentação final - 21:30
gnration
Circuito - Braga Media Arts Educational Service

 


Creation sessions Free, upon registration to circuito@bragamediaarts.com

  • 03 Dec. until 05 Dec. | Sessões de criação - 18:30 às 21:30
  • 06 Dec. | Apresentação final - 21:30
gnration
Circuito - Braga Media Arts Educational Service

 


Creation sessions Free, upon registration to circuito@bragamediaarts.com

Dates
Creation sessions - December 03 to 05 (Tue to Fri) | 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Final presentation at OCUPA #9 - December 6th (Fri) | 9:30 p.m.

The final presentation is part of the OCUPA programme - perspective on electronic music and digital art in Braga.

 

Partner OCUPA - Perspective on electronic music and digital art in Braga, gnration and AUAUFEIOMAU

Support Portuguese Republic - Culture / Directorate-General for the Arts - RTCP - Network of Portuguese Theatres and Cinemas

Note Musicians and visual artists interested in participating should send their portfolio and/or description of their instrument to circuito@bragamediaarts.com by November 27.

 

Lairie
Lairie was born in Brazil and currently lives in Portugal, where she moves between composition, performance and music production. She released the solo albums “Voa” (2016) and “Lux” (2019), moving fluidly between different musical universes, in a work that organically fuses MPB, electronica and sound experimentation - sometimes in Portuguese, sometimes in English or Spanish. She has performed in more than twenty countries in Europe and America, has collaborated with artists from various fields, including Gaya de Medeiros e Meta, and has accompanied Fado Bicha on stage since 2022.

Ana Mariz
Ana Mariz studied film at the Escola Superior de Teatro e Cinema in Lisbon, FAMU in Prague and ESCAC in Barcelona. She moves between cinematography and the visual arts, directed the films “Vigília” (2016) and “Matilde Olha Para Trás” (2021), and has worked as director of photography on films by directors such as Ico Costa, Lúcia Pires or Rúben Gonçalves. The multidisciplinary approach that guides her work has led to collaborations with classical music composers, theater companies and fashion brands. In parallel with her artistic practice, Ana Mariz writes and teaches.