HÍBRIDOS | A screening of films from Brazil CAST

Image Credit: Image: 'Casa Fanti Ashanti (part 1)', film still. Courtesy HÍBRIDOS

CAST, 3 Penrose Road, Helston, Cornwall, TR13 8TP

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Saturday 23 March 2019
Opening Hours: 10am - 4pm
Admission Fee: Free admission, all welcome

HÍBRIDOS is a filmic archive of musical rituals from the spiritual traditions in Brazil. After presenting a short selection from the archive last month, CAST will present an extended programme for one day in March.
 
The films have been selected by Gina Buenfeld, curator of the exhibition Gäa: Holistic Science and Wisdom Tradition and will be screened in the black box projection space at CAST in a looped sequence running for on hour. Gina Buenfeld has travelled extensively in Brazil and introduced a concert at CAST last month at which the artist Delfina Muñoz de Toro spoke about her experience of living with communities that carry the teachings of indigenous Amazonian cultures.
 
The HÍBRIDOS project is produced by Priscilla Telmon, Vincent Moon and Fernanda Abreu.
 
This programme is presented by CAST in association with the exhibition Gäa: Holistic Science and Wisdom Tradition at Newlyn Art Gallery & The Exchange, Penzance, until 18 May.
 
Free admission, all welcome.

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