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Rogério Nuno Costa

Portuguese performance artist, theatre director, writer, researcher, teacher and curator based in Helsinki. His cross-disciplinary projects explore the fields of theatre, dance, visual arts, literature and philosophy. Academic background in Communication Sciences, Art History and Contemporary Culture. Collaborates with many artists and companies taking the roles of artistic consultant, dramaturgist, editor, co-director and performer. Frequent collaborator of companies Teatro Praga, Estrutura and Ballet Contemporâneo do Norte. Has been teaching in independent art schools and lecturing in academic institutions such as Escola Superior de Artes e Design (PT), ArtEZ University of the Arts (NED) and Minho University (PT), where he has been coordinating a performance art seminar within the Theatre programme. Collaborates with the Performance Studies Research Group at the Centre for Humanistic Studies (Braga). His work has been produced, co-produced and supported by Advancing Performing Arts Project, Temps d’Images, Alkantara, Centro Cultural de Belém, Binaural, Circular Festival, Teatro Viriato, Nomad Dance Academy, Tanzfabrik, Gabriela Tudor Foundation, Teatro Municipal do Porto, Serralves Museum, Berardo Museum, Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris, Festival Citemor, Là-Bas, m-cult, Aalto University, Museum of Impossible Forms, New Theatre Helsinki, Transforma, Atelier Real and Dancekiosk. Currently, an Associated Artist at the residency centre O Espaço do Tempo (PT).

Arts, general

Audience development, outreach Producer

Visual arts

Curating Performance art Installation Art theory / art history Arts pedagogy

Performing arts

Acting Directing Choreography Dance Dramaturg Script writing / playwright Theatre pedagogy Dance pedagogy Performance art

Special groups

Children Youth Aged / seniors Disabled Multicultural / diversity LGTB

Other culture

Literature / non-fiction Literature / poetry Community art Net Art

"Lamento Imenso", upcoming performance + book project (2023). Picture © Susana Paiva



Communication language

English French Spanish

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