[PI] Independent Productions
The [PI] Independent Productions is an association that promotes cultural production, creation and touring of dance and performance artists, projects as well as participatory and community projects.
[PI] Produções Independentes is a association of independent producers that aims to promote the work as independent production by sharing and providing resourses.
Formed as a cultural assoctiation in 2099 by professional producers, [PI] created conditions as a platform for management and production.
Produces the work of Rui Catalão.
Tânia M. Guerreiro - Production
Has a degree in Scenography from the Escola Superior de Teatro e Cinema, having finished her course at the Institut del Teatre in Barcelona (1996-1998). Took the Intermedia course at Massana School in Barcelona and the Management/Production course at Forum Dança in 1999.Worked in various areas of performance production, cinema, visual arts and festivals, such as the Atlantic Festival, Temps d'Images, Alkantara, Casa d'Os Dias da Água, O Som e A Fúria, ZDB, Jangada de Pedra, where she performed functions of production, management, fundraising, development of European projects and communication.
Between 2009 and 2010, she performed executive coordination functions at REDE - Association of Structures for Contemporary Dance and between 2016 and 2017 she was president of REDE.
In 2009 created the Associação Produções Independentes (PI) where develope collaborations with several independent artists such as Rui Catalão, Jonas&Lander, among others. Currently PI collaborates with Rui Catalão, Carlota Lagido, Diana Niepce, Tiago Vieira and Bernardo Chatillon.
In 2017 created the association ORG.I.A - Organization, Research and Arts, where it gives support and consultancy to several emerging and experimental artists.
In the same year she won the Natércia Campos Award for Best Cultural Producer.
As curator she collaborated with Transforma and Fiar Festival and created the project Self-Mistake and the event Dance is My revolution.
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Marta Moreira, 1978 - Graduated in Fine Arts - Painting, by Faculdade de Belas Artes da Universidade de Lisboa.
Started her professional career as an artist (represented by Galeria Módulo - Centro Difusor de Arte since 2002).
Worked as a producer at Atelier Real (2013-20159 - directed by João Fiadeiro - were she was mostly responsible for managing the atelier and hosting artists that applied for its residency programmes and workshops.
Did real-time translation and subtitling for the play “O que Fazer Daqui para Trás”, by João Fiadeiro.
At Ar de Filmes/Teatro do Bairro (2016-2019) was responsible for managing calendar, producing the space and coordination between the hosted teams and the theater team.
She also produced the paly “Terror e Miséria”, by Bertolt Brecht, directed by António Pires.
In 2014 created, together with Gonçalo Pena, Luísa Barreto, Candela Varas and Bruno Humberto, Associação Irreal, programming and managing the space between 2016 and 2018.
Collaborates with PI-Produções Independentes and Org.i.a since 2019, as a producer manager for artists such as Carlota Lagido, Rui Catalão, Diana Niepce, Rubén Sabadini e Bruno Humberto e Rui de Almeida Paiva.
In 2019 produced the play “Enseada”, by Miguel Castro Caldas and the exhibition “What is Ornament?”, part of the 2019 Trienal de Arquitectura de Lisboa.
Is currently working as a producer for the plays “Mina”, by Carlota Lagido, “Ç ava Exploser”, by João Fiadeiro and “Sujeito”, by Andresa Soares.
Also translated the plays “Trópico del Plata” and “80 cosos de un minuto”, by Rubén Sabadini and the Spanish subtitles of the film “Peregrinação” by João Botelho.
In 2019 ilustrated the book “Se o Mundo é Redondo, o Pensamento é ao Quadrado” writen by Rui de Almeida Paiva.