Douglas Rosenberg’s work in video and video installation has been shown both in the United States and internationally in museums, galleries, on public television and in festivals around the world.
Douglas Rosenberg has been an artist in residence at The Institute for Studies in The Arts, Bates Dance Festival, and the International Festival of Video Dance in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and his writing on dance for the camera has been published in journals including LEONARDO.
He was the Director of the American Dance Festival’s video archival program for over a decade and continues to direct ADF’s Dancing for the Camera Festival.
JOÃO AFONSO VAZ
The first steps are taken in a NYFA course and later in the Film course at Lusófona University.
His connection to the audiovisual was developed through his work as Camera operator and Director of Photography in Series, Short Films and Documentary.
He founded Maus Da Fita, which aims to be a point of confluence between creators and artists for the production of audiovisual content.
MARGARIDA BELO COSTA
Natural, from Caldas da Rainha, started her route in the Vocational Dance School. Graduated from the Superior School of Dance – IPL, end the professionalization in Dance Teaching.
As a dancer, worked with several companies and entities, creators and independent projects. As a creator, presented many pieces, highlighting: displaced episodes and RENOVA a Renova Art Comissions production (2021).
Teacher in various dance schools in Lisbon, it’s invented to teach national and internationally. Currently integrates as a choreographer the project EIRAS.