Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Green Architecture and Construction Materials Expo (17th -
    19th July 2019) Shanghai New International Expo Centre(SNIEC), Shanghai, China
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The only international trade building materials trade fair in China that provides a comprehensive solution for green building, the International Green Building Materials (Shanghai) Expo (ESBUILD) has been deeply rooted in China's green building industry for fifteen years. In order to implement the regulations, guidelines and policies put forward in the report of the 19th National Congress on "Acce ...view more
Venue:Shanghai New International Expo Centre(SNIEC), Shanghai, China
Dates:17th - 19th July 2019
Estimated Count:80000 Visitors
1000 Exhibitors
General Timing:9:30 AM - 5:00 PM (Jul 17)
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Jul 18)
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Relevant Industry:Building & Construction, Environment & Waste
Visitor Entry:By Invitation only, click here to pre-register online
  • Innovative safety, beautiful ecology
  • Accelerating the reform of the ecological civilization system and building beautiful China
  • Building energy-saving, assembled building, exterior wall materials, interior wall materials etc.
Exhibitor Profile
  • Building energy-saving , Assembled building , Exterior wall materials , Interior wall materials , Building accessories , Interior decoration

"Baronesa" and "Good Manners" -  Cinema Tropical Festival
February 2 and 3 @ 4:30 pm
Museum of  Moving Image (MoMI)

Dir. Juliana Antunes. 2017, 71 mins. Brazil. In Portuguese with English subtitles. Friends Leidiane and Andreia live on the outskirts of Vila Mariquinha—a peripheral neighborhood of the interior Brazilian city of Belo Horizonte. Leid waits with her children for her husband to return from prison. Andreia wants to move. Meanwhile, the friends try to steer clear of an impending drug war between traffickers in the region. Winner of the Audience Prize at the 2017 FIDMarseille Festival, Baronesafollows these two women as their conversations penetrate the facts of life: family drugs, sex, death. With its predominantly female crew and nonprofessional cast, led by debut director Juliana Antunes, Baronesa introduces a powerful new voice in Brazilian cinema.
Winner Best Documentary 2018, Cinema Tropical Awards

More info: http://www.movingimage.us/visit/calendar/2019/02/02/detail/baronesa

Flavia Bittencourt 
February 2  @ 9:00 pm 

More info: http://www.ticketfly.com/event/1814858/

The eMphatia Jazz Duo with Mafalda Minnozzi, Paul Ricci, Rogerio Boccato 
February 7  @ 5:30 pm

Singer Mafalda Minnozzi and guitarist Paul Ricci have broken musical ground in Brazil and Italy in a long running collaboration resulting in Mafalda's notable solo career. Over time the freedom of their musical empathy overshadowed the usual larger band format resulting in a duo with its own unique language derived from both their Jazz and European upbringings and their extensive touring. Collectively they have recorded or performed with Milton Nascimento, Leny Andrade, Astrud Gilberto, Harold Vick, Sonny Fortune, Manolo Badrena, Guinga, Bebel Gilberto, Toquinho, Hugo Fattoruso, Bobby Sanabria, Dom Um Romao, André Mehmari, Roy Haynes, Harry Belafonte, Mike Clark and so many others. 

More info:https://www.birdlandjazz.com/attraction/the+empathia+jazz+duo+with+mafalda+minnozzi+and+paul+ricci+with+special+guest+rogerio+boccato/ 

Exhibition "Towards Light and Color", by Cecília André  
February 9 - March 3
Opening: Feb 9 @ 6:00–9:00 pm
The Plaxall Galler

Participants will produce a small 8 x 8” size wire structure onto which they can stick pieces of the cocoa bean bags and colored vinyl pieces. Each participant will produce a light-catching hanging object which I will photograph and include in the show. (Will be returned to participants at the end of the show.)

This process will facilitate the understanding of the light qualities the show unfolds. We will discuss color theory and the qualities of transparent versus colored light. This exercise last one hour and a half and can happen once a week for the duration of the show. All ages are welcome, however children will need accompanying adults to do some of the work for them to be able to complete the project. Limit of ten participants per workshop. 

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