This initiative created by Idartes and organized by the Cinematheque of Bogotá, will offer the largest town in the city an important and varied program that includes: concerts , screenings, workshops and artistic experiences
For the first time, this program of free outdoor screenings of national and international productions , will arrive at Sumapaz. Photo via: bogota.gov.co
The District Institute of the Arts and the Bogotá administration announced that the Cinemateca al Parque program, which has toured the towns of Engativá, Fontibón, Suba and San Cristóbal; will arrive for the first time at Sumapaz with an individual offer of the highest level.
Thus, this initiative created by Idartes and organized by the Cinemateca de Bogotá, will offer the largest venue in the city an important and varied program that includes: concerts, screenings, workshops and cultural and artistic experiences.
These free screenings outdoors of national and international productions It will be held on November 10 and 11. The Bogota administration and the Idartes have shared the programming of the different workshops and activities so that the inhabitants of this town and other citizens can enjoy.
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The programming will begin this Thursday 10 November with the first session of Social and Territorial Mapping of Dance in Sumapaz, an activity that aims to integrate and weave memory exercises and recognition of local, ancestral knowledge, attending to community experiences and practices to identify opportunities for advancement dance of the territory. This activity will take place from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 am. at the Casa del Pueblo Mario Upegui Coliseum.
During the course of the day, a sample of salsa is scheduled with the participation of Ingrid Baquero and Sebastián Saavedra, dancers from the Esfera Latina group, who will offer a separate knowledge workshop so that attendees can acquire bases of this musical genre, which works with Latin rhythms and sounds such as mambo, jazz and Cuban rumba. This exhibition will take place starting at 10:00 a.m.
On the other hand, the Poster Design and Engraving WorkshopIt will allow attendees to discover how artisan printing techniques can give life to their memories and messages, these as a commitment to encourage ancestral practices and knowledge. This activity will take place from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at 12:00 m.
This will be the programming for the first day of the event, which will take place on November 10. Photo via: cinematecabta
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For Friday, November 11, Idartes has scheduled outdoor screenings from 9:00 a.m., the first visual products will be aimed at the smallest audience, of which the following stand out: Lila's book by Marcela Rincón, Tundama, by Edison and Diego Yaya.
In addition, there will be a screening of the selection of short films from the 'Nidos Program' (Art in early childhood of the Idartes) the which will present the play aimed at girls and boys from 0 to 5 years old: 'La revolteria', a look towards recognition, respect for diversity and the qualities of a healthy diet.
In the afternoon, attendees will be able to watch the screening of the short film program at Cinemateca Rodante, which brings together a great selection of five titles: Sapo Calabazo, Tumbando por ahi, Entre las montanas and Sideral , made by groups from different towns in Bogotá and the title 'Between the mountains' produced in the town of Sumapaz.
Finally, 'The woman of the 7 men' will be screened, directed by Daniela Castro and Nicolás Ordóñez and after this a dialogue will be held with the attending public. This day will conclude with 'The day of the goat' by Samir Oliveros, on the big screen.
This will be the schedule for the second day of the event, which will take place on November 11. Photo via: cinematecabta