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Trio of talks . São Paulo

The artist from Bahia Ayrson Heráclito will be in São Paulo at the end of October to participate in three events that reference to African-Brazilian art.

The AfroTranscendence program is an immersion in creative processes to promote the African-Brazilian contemporary culture. Happening between October 26 and 29 at Red Bull Station, in the Center of São Paulo, it is in its second edition and gathers experts, artists and researchers. On Thursday, 10.27, Heráclito gives a lecture opened to the public from 2:30pm to 4pm.

Service: From October 26 to 29. Red Bull Station: Praça da Bandeira, 137, Centro, São Paulo. Discover the complete program and make register yourself for the free events here.

The debate Diálogos e itinerários do Sul a partir de Kinshasa: arte, história e educação is a continuity to the talks initiated in the Democratic Republic of the Congo in the beginning of the year. The joint initiative of Kinshasa, Johannesburg and São Paulo aims to think collaboratively the connexions between art and history and art, education and methodology in the global South. With participation of Ayrson, other artists, academics and educators, the event happens at Biblioteca Mário de Andrade.

Service: October 28, from 3pm to 5pm. Auditorium of Biblioteca Mário de Andrade: Rua da Consolação, 94, República, São Paulo.

The Museu Afro Brasil. searching for other possible discourses in the examination of the symbolic relations stablished with material culture and art history field, organizes the 4th edition of Conversas com Objetos. With Heráclito, the curator, writer and critic Marcelo Rezende, the Israeli artist Michal Helfman and the researcher and historian Juliana Bevilacqua and coordinated by the Unicamp professor Claudia Mattos Avolese, the idea is to reunite specialists from various formations around a piece of art part of the non-European history that will be revealed by the museum at the moment of the event.

Service: October 29, at 11am. Free and opened to the public. Museu Afro Brasil, Ibirapuera Park, gate 10 (access through gate 3), São Paulo.