Carretera al mar

By experimenting with tools of poetic and political action, the project brings together local organizations that have resisted hardship, pressure, and harassment by agents of power, and groups of artists and activists who have made initiatives to support and empower this resistance. [more...]

Activity Calendar 2018

Action |
Segment/Trace. 500 meters of—abundance and resistance—
Fabio Melecio Palacios Prado (Colombia)

Artistic intervention on a railway segment in Zaragoza, jurisdiction of Buenaventura.
A segment of the Pacific Railway, Buenaventura - 10 a.m.
Free admission

Lab |
To Defend Buenaventura: Temístocles Machado archive and monument
Liliana Angulo Cortés (Colombia)

Temístocles Machado (1959-2018) devoted his life to the defense of the Isla de la Paz neighborhood. The exhibition will showcase work carried out with the community based on his legacy.
Escuela Taller de Buenaventura - 11 a.m.
Free admission

Action |
Live Radio: We are water in the water
Noís Radio and Miguel Tejada in collaboration with Francia Márquez, "El Teacher", Bagual Project, Cynthia Montaño, Vicenta Moreno and Emilia Valencia (Colombia)

This radio show will immerse the audience into the waters of a river leading to the port of Buenaventura in the Pacific Ocean.
Centro Cultural Banco de la República Buenaventura - 2:30 p.m.
Free admission

Projection |
Zama
Lucrecia Martel (Argentina)

The misadventures of Diego de Zama, an official of the Spanish crown in an abandoned port, serve as the framework of the American colonial history.
Cinemateca La Tertulia, Cali - 6 p.m.
Tickets
Presentation |
The Future of Memory
Tiago Honório dos Santos (Sao Paulo), João Quintella and Nathalia Macena (Rio de Janeiro), the Etcétera collective (Buenos Aires), and Óscar Moreno (Bogota)

Road to the Sea is an initiative by The Future of Memory, a regional project by the Goethe- Institut that is present in seven cities across South America.
Cinemateca La Tertulia, Cali - 9:30 a.m.
Free admission
 
Lab |
The People's Coliseum
CaldodeCultivo (Colombia-Spain)

The collective will present an intervention in public space as part of its lab work with inhabitants of the district of Aguablanca.
Coliseo El Pueblo Cali - 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Free admission
 
Projection |
Juntos somos más 
Puerto Creativo, Deysi Minnota, Johan David Paredes, Juliana Acevedo Escalante, Colectivo de Comunicaciones En PUJA, Juan Camilo Perea, Yemayá Producciones, Mariam Quintana, and Jonathan Hurtado (Colombia)

Premiere of the documentary Juntos somos más, produced by Puerto Creativo and Colectivo Comunicaciones En PUJA, as part of the project Postcards of the Future (Postales del Futuro) by Más Arte Más Acción. Afterwards, members of Puerto Creativo and from En PUJA will talk to audiovisual filmmakers from the Yemayá production company and social leaders from Buenaventura about the various movements, collectives, and forms of resistance in this city.
Cinemateca La Tertulia, Cali - 11 a.m.
Free admission

Action |
Neo Extra Activism: Errorist Action
Etcétera collective (Argentina)

Participants will intervene on a public space in Cali to generate a carnivalesque image of protest about neo-extractive violence.
Point of departure: La Tertulia Museum, Cali - 2 p.m.
Free admission
 
Action |
Bajamar
Carlos Martiel (Cuba)

This work reflects on the impact of the industrialization of the port of Buenaventura on the life of a community in resistance.
La Tertulia Museum, Maritza Urbe de Urdinola hall, Cali - 5 p.m.
Free admission

Launch |
Road to the Sea
Liliana Angulo, Fabio Melecio Palacios, Henry Salazar, Rhonal Stiven Valencia, Óscar Moreno, (Colombia), Jan Bartlesman (Netherlands), and Carlos Martiel (Cuba)

A collective exhibition that will present different critical perspectives on the relationship between Cali, Buenaventura, and other towns of the Colombian Pacific.
La Tertulia Museum, Maritza Uribe de Urdinola hall, Cali - 5 p.m.
Free admission
 
Projection |
The Headless Woman
Lucrecia Martel (Argentina)

Through the circumstances of an accident and the attempts to erase her fingerprints, Martel makes a subtle and disturbing reflection on memory.
Cinemateca La Tertulia, Cali - 6 p.m.
Tickets
Conversation |
Constellation of Diasporic Routes
Aurora Vergara, Nidia Gongora, Francia Márquez, Mary Grueso (Colombia), and Amber Henry (United States)

A reflection on how black, Afro-Colombian, palenquera, and raizal women are represented in the arts, politics, community processes, and academia.
Coliseo El Pueblo, Cali - 9 a.m.
Free admission

Lab |
The Coliseum of the People
CaldodeCultivo (Colombia-Spain)

The intervention done by this collective in public space as part of their laboratory work with inhabitants of the District of Aguablanca continues to be exhibited.
Coliseo El Pueblo, Cali - 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Free admission

Conference |
The Neo Extractivism Museum
Etcétera collective (Argentina)

Using projections and humor, this performance conference invites the public to learn about the history of the extractivist model and its consequences.
Coliseo El Pueblo, Cali - 11 a.m.
Free admission

Projection |
Juntos somos más 
Puerto Creativo, Deysi Minnota, Johan David Paredes, Juliana Acevedo Escalante, Colectivo de Comunicaciones En PUJA, and Juan Camilo Perea (Colombia)

Projection of the documentary Juntos somos más, produced by Puerto Creativo and Colectivo Comunicaciones En PUJA, as part of the project Postcards of the Future (Postales del Futuro) by Más Arte Más Acción. 
Centro Cultural Nuevo Latir Public Library, Cali (east) - 4 p.m.
Free admission

Projection | 
Yemayá Producciones, Mariam Quintana, and Jonathan Hurtado (Colombia) 
Centro Cultural Nuevo Latir Public Library, Cali (east) - 4 p.m.
Free admission
 
Projection |
The Seven-Day Evil (El mal de los siete días)
Victor González Urrutia (Colombia)

A movie that explores the traditions of a black community in Valle del Cauca. A sample of González' own language, rooted in collective knowledge.
Centro Cultural Nuevo Latir Public Library, Cali (east) - 6:30 p.m.
Free admission
 
Action |
Live Cinema
Mario Bellatin (Mexico)

A visual reinterpretation of the novel Beauty Salon, accompanied by a live narrative that provides new senses to images and music.
Cinemateca La Tertulia, Cali - 8 p.m.
Free admission
Action |
The Future of the Dead
Mobile Academy Berlin (MAB) with Hannah Hurtzig (Germany) and Karin Harasser (Austria), Claudia Mosquera, and Maria Victoria Uribe (Colombia)

This action will weave heterogeneous threads to talk about the future of the dead in the political discourse, historiography, and science.
La Tertulia Museum, Collection Building, second floor, Cali - 11 a.m.
Free admission

Conference |
Untitled - Mixed technique (Sin título - técnica mixta)
Miguel Rubio (Peru)

This work by the Peruvian Yuyachkani company is the starting point for reflection on tensions between different theatrics and memory as a process in constant construction.
Cinemateca La Tertulia, Cali - 3 p.m.
Free admission

Action |
Dance
Mario Bellatin (Mexico)

A dialogue between the Mexican writer and the Colombian choreographer Edwin Vargas aimed at thinking about writing, the third dimension of the present body, and memory.
Instituto Departamental de Bellas Artes, room 108, Cali - 5 p.m.
Free admission
 
Conference |
Phonurgia: The Sound Perspective
Lucrecia Martel (Argentina)

The Argentinian film director will provide keys to making memory and languages that question official narratives from different angles.
Cinemateca La Tertulia, Cali - 8 p.m.
Free admission
Action |
Territories in Mourning
Mauricio Prieto (Colombia)

Together with wise men and activists in the region, citizens are called to a collective action of mourning for the hundreds of leaders killed in Colombia and other South American countries.
La Tertulia Museum, Cali - 10 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Free admission
 
Conversation |
Crossing Artifacts
Lucrecia Martel (Argentina) and Víctor Gonzalez Urrutia (Colombia)

A dialogue between two seemingly different paths: that of Lucrecia Martel, endorsed by the world circuit of auteur cinema, and that of Víctor Gonzalez, devoted to a type of audiovisual practice that connects him to his territory with increasing strength.
Cinemateca La Tertulia, Cali - 11 a.m.
Free admission

Guided tour to the exhibition |
Alabaos Project: We will meet there, without a shadow and without a face
Adriana Ciudad (Peru-Germany) in collaboration with Nidia Góngora and C.S. Prince (Colombia)

An interdisciplinary project that reflects on the mystery of death and the healing power of the Alabaos performed by the Afro-Colombian singers of Timbiquí, Cauca.
La Tertulia Museum, underground room, Cali - 3 p.m.
Free admission
 
Projection |
Divine Grace (Gracia divina)
Víctor González Urrutia (Colombia)

War on the Colombian Pacific is a subject that González Urrutia cannot avoid. The filmmaker will be present during the exhibition of this film.
Cinemateca La Tertulia, Cali - 4 p.m.
Tickets

Closing Action |
Live Radio: We are water in the water
Noís Radio and Miguel Tejada in collaboration with Francia Márquez, "El Teacher", Bagual Project, Cynthia Montaño, Vicenta Moreno and Emilia Valencia (Colombia)

This radio show will immerse the audience into the waters of a river leading to the port of Buenaventura in the Pacific Ocean.
Centro Cultural Banco de la República Buenaventura - 2:30 p.m.
Free admission

Agenda

Places

Buenaventura

Zaragoza, jurisdiction of Buenaventura.

How to get there?
At the Cali bus terminal, or on the Portada al Mar road, take an inter-municipal bus to Buenaventura. After 2 hours and 25 minutes, get off the bus at the Zaragoza pedestrian bridge. Cross the road and continue your way across the hanging bridge to the opposite side of the river. There you will find the road to the railway. The "brujitas"—wooden carts with ball bearings—will be ready to go through the jungle until they reach a stretch of the railway where there will be signs reading "Segment/Trace. 500 meters from—abundance and
resistance—".
Carrera 2 No. 1A-07.

How to get there?
Old Railway Station.
Calle 1 No. 3-73, downtown Buenaventura.

How to get there?

Opposite the tourist dock entrance, turn left, and after two blocks you will find the cultural center.
 

Cali

Avenida Colombia No. 5-105, west.

How to get there?
From the east, departing from the Andrés Sanín terminal, take the T47B route headed for Unidad Deportiva. Get off at the San Bosco station. Walk towards the square, and then take the A06 feeder bus route. Here, you must get off at the El Peñón district, heading to carrera 2 con calle 3 oeste [2nd Avenue and West 3rd Street]—Fress Pollo—and walk three blocks to the museum. This route also applies when departing from the Nuevo Latir station. There, take the T54A route heading to Unidad Deportiva and change buses in San Bosco. Another option from the Andrés Sanín terminal is to walk to calle 73 [73rd Street] between carrera 11 and carrera 10 [11th Avenue and 10th Avenue] and take the P24B route heading to Avenida Primera Norte. There you should board the A05 feeder bus headed for Avenida las Américas. This route stops in front of the museum.
Carrera 52 [52nd Avenue] between calle 2 and calle 3 [2nd Street and 3rd Street].

How to get there?

From the east, departing from the Nuevo Latir station, take the T54A route heading to Unidad Deportiva. If your starting point is the Andrés Sanín terminal, take the T47B route headed for Unidad Deportiva. From the west, opposite the La Tertulia museum, take the A02 or the A06 route to San Bosco, and there you must change to the E37, the T31 or the T57A route to Unidad Deportiva. You can also walk to calle quinta [5th Street] (takes approximately 10 minutes) and take the E27 route headed for Unidad Deportiva.
Calle 76 No. 28-20.

How to get there?
From the west, take the A06 route opposite the La Tertulia Museum. Walk to the square, and at the San Bosco station take the P24B, which stops at Nuevo Latir.

After you get out of the station, take a left and cross the avenue to get to the Library and Cultural Center. From the city center, you can take the T50 route at the La Ermita station heading to Nuevo Latir or the P24B route from San Bosco.
Avenida 2 Norte No. 7N-28, Centenario district.

How to get there?

From the east, departing from the Nuevo Latir station, take the T50 route to La Ermita. On Bulevar Del Río, walk to calle octava [8th Street] and turn right: the white building with red on the corner, crossing avenida primera [First Avenue], is the Instituto Departamental de Bellas Artes building. From the west, take the A05 bus route opposite the La Tertulia Museum and get off at Centenario mall. Walk one block toward the city center until you reach the Institute or the Conservatory.

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