Production: ORG.I.A e Produções Independentes
Direction, Production and Curation: Tânia Guerreiro
Lisbon City Council - Culture
Portuguese Republic - Directorate-General of Arts
Institutional Partners / Emergency Support:
Arts Emergency Support Line / Portuguese Republic - Ministry of Culture
Cultural Social Emergency Fund and Social Emergency Fund - Lisbon City Hall - Culture
Garantir Culture - Cultural Promotion Fund
Tânia M. Guerreiro - Production, Curatorship and Consultancy
n. Lisbon, 1975.
Degree in Set design from the Escola Superior de Teatro e Cinema, having completed her course at the Institut del Teatre, in Barcelona (1996-1998). She took the Intermedia course at the Massana School, in Barcelona, and the Management/Production course at Forum Dance, in 1999. She has worked in various areas of production of shows, cinema, visual arts and festivals, such as the Festival Atlântico, Temps d'Images, Alkantara, Casa d'Os Dias da Água, O Som e A Fúria, ZDB, Jangada de Pedra, performing functions of production, management, fundraising, development of European projects and communication.
In 2009-2010, she was executive coordinator at REDE - Association of Structures for Contemporary Dance and, in 2016-2017, she was president of REDE.
In 2009 she created the Association Produções Independentes (PI) where she produced and developed collaborations with several independent artists, such as Jonas&Lander, Rui Catalão, Carlota Lagido, Diana Niepce, Sofia Dinger, Tiago Vieira and Bernardo Chatillon.
She collaborated in the programming of the activities of Transforma ac (Torres Vedras - Imagine 2020 and other events) and Fiar - International Street Art Festival in Palmela and was a jury of several programs.
In 2017 created ORG.I.A - Organization, Investigation and Arts, where she started the Self-Mistake project that provides support and consultancy to independent artists and promotes experimentation and self-curation projects.
Created, curated and produced the event Dançar é a Minha Revolução (one-day event with several performances), which since 2019 has had three editions, as well as the Peep Show program (performances in an intimate context).
In 2017, she won the Natércia Campos award for Best Cultural Producer.
She currently does consulting about funding for the Loja Lisboa Cultura/CML, aimed at independent artists and institutions and teaches classes in production.
Gives consulting for alternative and experimental dance and performance programming.
Tel: +351 964728435