The second moment of Projecto Memória (Memory Project) that celebrate the centenary of Theatro Circo de Braga presents an itinerant exhibition that allows the circulation of a set of documentary pieces, images and visions integrated in the documentary, that reach the public outside the doors of this theatre, spreading its history in a gesture that will create new dialogues.
The curatorial strategy, it was sought to provide clarification and reflection on what was left in the past about what has changed, about what goes on and about the future. With an archival rigorous sense, the sources of this project were exceptionally vast, possible by the contribution of our partners and by several people who allowed to give this project an entire, absolute, authentic, precise, enlightened and richer reading.
Over two years this exhibition will be displayed in forty-eight different locations.
Organization Theatro Circo de Braga e Biblioteca Pública de Braga Curatorship Andreia Garcia Archive Management Andreia Garcia, Rosa Cunha e Elísio Araújo Research Andreia Garcia e Rosa Cunha Graphic Design Inês Nepomuceno e Mariana Marques Documentary Vasco Mendes Production Theatro Circo de Braga Biblioteca Pública de Braga Institutional Support Câmara Municipal de Braga e Universidade do Minho Partnership Arquivo Distrital de Braga, Arquivo Municipal de Braga, Biblioteca do Palácio Nacional da Ajuda, Fundação Marques da Silva Sponsorship Alexandre Barbosa Borges, S.A., BOSCH CAR MULTIMEDIA PORTUGAL, S.A., Ilídio Mota- Petróleos e Derivados, Lda., Navarra – Extrusão de Alumínio, S.A., PRIMAVERA – Business Software Solutions, SEMURAL WASTE & ENERGY, S.A. e TORRESTIR – TRANSPORTES NACIONAIS E INTERNACIONAIS S.A., Acknowledgment Amadeu Sousa, Eduardo Pires Oliveira, Elisa Lessa, Fátima Moura Ferreira, Henrique Barreto Nunes, Ivone Paz Soares, João Rui de Moura Coutinho, José Alberto Pereira Gomes, José Machado, Luís Costa, Luís Soares Carneiro, Margarida Fernandes, Maria Esteves, Maria Helena Trindade, Paula Abrunhosa, Paula Preza, Pedro Gil Costa de Almeida, Ricardo Silva e Rosa Maria Carvalho Silva