Fronteiras Brazil toke place during July 2009 in Araraquara and Matao (SP).
International artists from Sweden, Chile, Argentina, Peru, Ecuador, Mexico and Brazil have been working with more than 800 children, youth and adults in different art disciplines such as: Dance, Theatre, Visual Art and Music.
More than 15 organizations in Araraquara and Matao collaborated in the project.
 
Organizations in Araraquara: Escola Espírita Eurípedes Barsanulfo, Fundação Casa Araraquara, Morada de Luz Francisco de Assis, Associação Beneficente Manuel de Angola, Casa Transitória “Assad Kan”, Centro de Dança Gilsamara Moura, Centro Educacional e Assistencial “Oficina das Meninas”.
 
Organisations in Matão: EMEF Benta Maria Regassi Scutti, Pequeno Cidadão Unidade Paraíso, EE Dr. Leopoldino Meira de Andrade, Espaço das Artes, Núcleo Assistencial Espírita Edo Mariani, Associação dos Moradores, Pequeno Cidadão Unidade Vila Pereira, Projeto de Capoeira do Bom Jesus.
 
Artists / Educators
 
Brazil: Adan Parisi, Alexandre Julianetti, Aline Fernanda Inforzato Momberg, Ana Karla Marconato, Camila De Moura Venturelli, Diogo Motta, Érica Duarte, Fábio Costa, Francisco De Assis Araujo, Geraldo Pelegrino Junior, Gilsamara Moura, Gilson Alves De Almeida, José Paulo Dos Santos, Laís Moura, Livia Nicolucci, Luzinete Silva, Natália Ribeiro Cruz, Neusa Feliciano Da Silva Coronel, Nicolas Fernandes De Souza, Pablo Lozano, Patrícia Azevedo, Rafael Otoni, Rodrigo Maia Barbosa Lima, Tatiana Emi Nakae,
Mexico: Briseida López Inzunza, Ivan Díaz Robledo
Chile: Andres Torres,Darwin Mora Urrutia, Gianina Hernández Fuentes, Joel Inzunza Leal, Marisol Cordero Mondaca, Rodrigo Mauricio Chaverini Hernández
Peru: Anaí Mujica, Inés Coronado, Melissa Zea Gómez, Nanya Eslava Parra
Argentina: Gisela Fantacuzzi, , Mariana Torres, Valeria Andrinolo, Virginia Tuttolomondo, Manuela Victoria Montalto
Ecuador/ Chile: Vanessa Perez Valencia
Brazil/ Sweden: Ilan Dromi
 
 
Fronteiras Brazil
Araraquara & Matao July 2009