inside
talk

Program of conversations. Each program a guest is invited to talk about the most discussed topics of the moment, such as anti-racism, back to school, democratization of information, pandemic, the indigenous cause, the Amazon, all directed to issues related to Human Rights.

Research, development of topics, contacts and interview: Sato do Brasil

Research, development of themes and contacts: Gisa Rocha.

@gisellerocha @satodobrasil

inside talk #07

12/17/2020

In this program, Sato and Taciana Barros talk and ask themselves: can art still be combative? Taciana is a guitarist, pianist, singer and songwriter. She joined GANG 90 & ABSURDETTES at the age of 17 (from 1983 to 1988, participating in the launch of the first album in shows and recording sessions, as well as a composer in the following two albums. In 1988 she released her first solo band,“ SOLANO STAR ”( 1988 to 1994), and in 1989 she participated as a composer and pianist in the group AMIGOS INVISÍVEIS (solo project by Edgard Scandurra – 1989 until today). In 2008 she created the children’s music project “PEQUENO CIDADÃO” which is currently on the third album (in addition to 4 books, 1 DVD, 2 vinyls, 1 single, several songs in children’s soap operas and films). In 2016 and 2017, she directed Radio Vozes, a series of radio programs for children, called “Na Onda do Pequeno Cidadão.” She conceived and integrated the show/tribute to Belchior “AMAR E MUDAR AS COISAS”, with Karina Buhr and Marisa Orth. She also participates in the band “IF6” (singing Hendrix) and currently dives headlong into her new musical project, “POEMACOMBATE”. In the pandemic, in addition to the lives, she has the “Pandemia_2020” project on instagram, where she invites women artists to dance to songs she plays on the piano or guitar. She also works as an art director and teaches piano lessons to children and beginners.

EPISODES

inside talk #07

In this program, Sato and Taciana Barros talk to each other and ask themselves: can art still be combative?

inside talk #04

Sato do Brasil talks to Carmen Silva, leader of the Center’s Homeless Movement.

inside talk #03

For a non-hegemonic culture: music, theater, dance, cinema and education with Saloma Salomão.

inside talk #02

Information and Democracy in the pandemic period with journalist Laura Capriglione.

inside talk #01

Daniel Cara talks about the paths of education discussion the time gap we are going through. Our scenario: Teachers criminalized by the President, approved by FUNDEB, distance learning and back to school.