MAPAS expands its academic activity open to professionals and the public with 10 presentations and three round tables

  • The program will focus on the morning of July 11 and will address intellectual property rights, new digital strategies, sustainability or the challenges and opportunities for artistic companies
  • Networking, collaboration and the performance of women in the performing arts and music will play a prominent role in professional programming, with debates and lectures by Sylvie Durán and Daniela Bosé

Academic activity will be very intense in the third edition of the South Atlantic Performative Arts Market, MAPS 2019, for which a total of ten talks and conferences and three round tables have been programmed, all open to the participation of professionals and the public. These activities will be concentrated on the morning of Thursday, July 11, at TEA Tenerife Espacio de las Artes and at the Museum of Nature and Archeology (MUNA), between 9:00 a.m. and 1:30 p.m., to facilitate assistance to all interested persons. The entrance to all this academic and informative offer will be free and free until full capacity is reached and it will not be necessary to register.

Networking, collaboration and the visibility of the professional performance of women in the creative industries will be prominent issues in the educational offer of MAPS 2019, with round tables and conferences like the one that will offer Daniela Bosé about Women in Music. Bosé has a vast professional career that combines academic and business performance, with more than 20 years of experience in which he has held senior management positions at BMG Ariola Ediciones Musicales, Ediciones Musicales Polygram, Sony Music or the Ministry of Culture. He directed the documentary Women of Music. The TEA Assembly Hall will host this conference from 9:00 am.

Next, and with the same purpose, the round table will follow SatelliteLAT. Women in the Ibero-American Performative Arts, moderated by Maria Isabel Delgado (Canary Islands), and that will have the participation of professionals such as Noela Salas (Chili), Daniela Bosé (Spain), Dani Ribas (Brazil), Fabiola Pazmiño (Ecuador) and Paula rivera (Argentina). 

The Minister of Culture and Youth of Costa Rica and award Distinguished Cartographer of MAPAS 2018, Sylvie Durán, will speak, also at TEA, starting at 11:10 am, about How to work together. Networking. Durán will report, through his extensive professional experience, how joint work in the field of culture can help to strengthen projects and consolidate creative industries in a globalized world in which new competitors and new competitors emerge daily from cultural activity. threats but also challenges and opportunities.

The subsequent round table will also address this issue, under the title The role of networks. What can we do together that we can't do alone?, which will be moderated by the co-director of MAPAS Octavio Arbeláez and in which prominent representatives of networks and associations such as the Euro-Latin American Network of Performing Arts (Redelae), the Network of Theaters and Auditoriums of Spain (Redescena), the Association for the Development of the Ibero-American Music Industry (ADIMI), Iberescena, Ibermúsicas or SatéliteLAT.

The Museum of Nature and Archeology (MUNA) will host several talks, starting at 9:00 a.m., as Iberescena and the Ibero-American scenic space, in charge of Zaida Rico, which will be followed by the presentation of Mercartes, which will Nines Carrascal. The day at MUNA will continue with the talk that the artistic director of Auditorio de Tenerife, José Luis Rivero, will offer about The Tenerife model in Performing Arts and Music. Challenges and opportunities for companies.

To finish at the Museum, the Rooster debate, a round table that will be moderated by the journalist Nicolás Castellano and that will have the participation of Serge (Smockey) Bambara Y Henry Arteaga, the Jke. Bambara is a member of Smockey & The Agama Band, a band from Burkina Faso that practices Afro rap with politically and socially committed lyrics. He is also one of the creators of the social movement citizen broom, who was at the forefront of the fall of the regime of dictator Blaise Compaore. For his part, Henry Arteaga, the Jke, is part of the Colombians Dangerous Crew, an artistic proposal in which the four elements of hip hop stand out, with a loyal audience for its professional way of facing the stages, and also recognized for its social construction from art.

The TEA Cilindro Room will host a large part of the training and informative activity of MAPAS 2019, which will begin at 9:00 a.m. on July 11 with the talk Digital strategies in the world of current Ibero-American music, which will offer Ismael Comas. Later, at 9:50, Jordi Puy will present UNISON: New models of intellectual property rights management. The same room will be the space in which Javier Jimenez Y Sergio Arbeláez they will talk about Environmental sustainability and music festivals, while Tamara Criado will do it about The management of the intellectual property rights of the artists of the live or performing arts. Finally, Ouafa Belgacem (Culture Funding Watch) will present Fundraising for cultural projects and companies in Africa.

MAPAS is an initiative organized by the Cabildo de Tenerife, Circulart y unahoramenos, which is sponsored by the Government of the Canary Islands, the Santa Cruz de Tenerife City Council and the INAEM, in addition to the support of Acción Cultural Española (AC / E) to through its Program for the Internationalization of Spanish Culture (PICE) in the form of Visitors, which favors the participation in the Market of a dozen professionals of the performing arts from Africa and Latin America. Casa África, the Ibero-American General Secretariat, the SGAE Foundation, Iberia and Hyundai, among other public and private institutions, also collaborate.