Open call for proposals to Lab Uni 2014

Open call for proposals to Lab Uni 2014

Continuing the Panorama at Universities program, Panorama Festival opens call for proposals for the Laboratório Universitário 2014 (LabUni). Dialoguing with the artistic research, the project aims to reunite on 11 and 12 of November at Oi Futuro Flamengo, researchers and  research groups that acts or have a connection with Brazilian universities dedicated to research in arts, having the body and the performance as the focus of research.

During these meetings, it is planned to exchange experimental proposals, a free space that can be translated into interventions, research presentations, dialogues, artistic practices, works in process and experimentations in general. Eight projects will be selected by a committee composed by the curators of the Festival and by members of the academic field. With a free format, each intervention will have an hour for its participation and will be proposed by the participants according to the requirements set in the registration form.

All applicants must be available and present in the two days of the Laboratory. The selection of papers will consider this availability and commitment.

LabUni will be followed by a comitee of critical observers that will provoke conversations among all participants starting from the objectives of each project. The meetings also will be attended by artists from the festival program that will make a presentation of their research processes and creation.

The project also will feature artists from the Festival program, which will make a presentation of their research processes and creation.

Registrations closed!

The selected works will be announced on October 7.

Photo: Lab Uni 2013 © CLAP


Laboratório Universitário (LabUni) 2014

Date: 11 and November 12

Location: Oi Futuro do Flamengo – Rua Dois de Dezembro, 63 – Flamengo – RJ

Time: 11am to 18pm

Theater capacity: 80 seats

More information: (21) 2221-2407 /

The participants will receive certificates.

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