During the month of July, culture at Maus Hábitos continues to be served at the table, welcoming a new stand-up line
Ricardo couto, comedian resident at Rádio Nova Era and a constant presence in national comedy circuit, is the host of these new nights of Comedy at the Table, which will take place in the concert hall, at Fridays, Starting at 20h30. In addition to presenting your set, the comedian will bring to each session emerging values of the environment, promising to make known new faces of an expanding activity in the country. Vítor Sá, Fábio Pascoal, Rafael Jesus, Joana Santos and Pedro Mata are the names of the guests for the days July 3, 10, 17, 24 and 31, respectively. Entrance costs 10 €, includes a snack menu and can be purchased at the Online Store of Maus Hábitos.
With regard to music, the cycle of intimate concerts Table Sounds starts on the 2nd of July with the performance of Julius Gabriel, which follows Marinho, Joana Guerra, Carole Meta. As with comedy nights, tickets cost € 10 including a snack menu. On Saturdays, afternoons continue to be DJsets on the terrace, with free entry. This time, with Phephz, Simone, Peter Castro and BENT.
The heading Word at the Table continues to be guided by Ana deus. Every Tuesday, the artist delivers her voice in experimentation sessions that go beyond reading, crossing word, image and sound, in a performative register, of improvisation and interaction with the public.
Within the scope of artistic programming of Saco Azul, the cultural association of Maus Hábitos, highlighting contemporary art, through the exhibition “Outros Portos - Outros Olhares”, curated by Clara Brito & Gu Zhenqing, that will be on display in the showroom of July 9th to August 30th. Drawing a bridge between Portugal, Macau / China, the exhibition brings together 25 photographic works by five female artists, Xing Danwen, Margarida Gouveia, Mina Ao, Peng Yun and O Zhang -, intending to stage a visual narrative around the debate on the place of women as a political subject and, more generally, in the grammar of contemporary feminisms.
De July 2th to 29th, the triptych of Mupi Gallery do Maus Hábitos it also hosts a new exhibition: “… that I also don't get sick in Brazil!”, by the transdisciplinary artist Mother Paul, a kind of collage made from images and texts of random authorship found on social networks, which address dark moments in Brazil's recent history. Out of doors, it remains open until the 25th of July streets of Porto the exhibition “Poético ou Político?” com curated by João Baeta and the participation of 24 Portuguese artists, for which the launch of a mobile application allowing locate the works and access information on curatorial proposal and participating artists.
Parallel to the opening of the exhibition by Mãe Paulo, there is also the July 1 the first session of the month of Cinema at the Table, in partnership with Shortcutz Porto, which presents the documentary “Menino 23: Lost Childhoods in Brazil”, by director Belisário Franca. During all Wednesdays, movie nights continue, thus, in partnership with both the Porto Shortcutz, as with Porto Femme, with two parallel programming to the exhibition “Outros Portos - Outros Olhares”, under the themes “Oriente em Cena” (July 8) and “Cinema Macaense no Feminino” (July 22).