The program started on Thursday, May 11, with a guided tour of the Cultural Center and its different exhibitions, and at 8:00 p.m. a Show of stand up in charge of Claudia Espinola, Diana Fruits and Carol Romero.
For this Friday the 12th from 6:00 p.m. with the second session of guided tours of the Cultural Center and its exhibitions, and at 8:00 p.m. the Casa Clari Dinner Show will begin with the participation of More Funk than Jazz and its fusion of groove with sounds hip hop, soul, funk to New Orleans and with touches of jazz. Accompanied by the à la carte menu of Oyenard Market.
On Saturday 13 at 3:00 p.m., the Regional Folklore History Conversation will take place, given by members of the Misiones musical group, with Argentine folk roots, ‘The guitarist’.
At 4:00 p.m. he will give a musical presentation saree carri and at 16:45 the panel will take place “Maps, Borders, Songs” by Coqui Ortíz (Chaco – Argentina) and Edu Kambuchi Martínez (Luque – Paraguay). At 5:30 p.m. it will be the turn of the panel ‘Being a Woman Manager in Paraguay’at 18:30 the show of on wavescharacterized by their influences of experimental pop, funk, indie pop and some shades of urban music.
Giving rise to the Panel Presentation of the Guaraní Cultural Circuit, by managers from Paraguay, Argentina, Brazil and Chile, at 7:00 p.m. Closing the night at 20:00 with the presentation of Nde Ramírez, (Formosa – Argentina) and Altamirano. All this accompanied by the delights of Mercado Oyenard.
On Sunday the 14th, the programming will start at 5:30 p.m. with the Coqui Ortíz and Julio Ramírez Show on accordion from Chaco, Argentina. Then at 6:00 p.m., Arch. Gabriel Romero, President of the Institute of Culture of the Province of Corrientes, Argentina will hold the Corrientes Conversation, enhancement, management and heritage.
At 6:30 p.m., Chantal Ivonne Piazza and Cristian Nicolás Leiva, winners of the National Chamame Festival, arrive with a traditional Argentine dance show. At 7:00 p.m., the Argentine group La Guitarreada will perform in concert at 7:00 p.m. and at 8:30 p.m. Paraguayan music will appropriate the night by the hand of lara barreto and Juanjo Corbalan.
The visitors will be able to enjoy the exhibitions in force in the Manzana de la Rivera. In the Miguel Acevedo Space, Tecorganica is an artistic proposal by the industrial designer Frankly Tired, which includes a variety of works ranging from digital paintings and an interactive 3D installation, which challenge our perceptions of reality and will take us on a journey about the exploration of consciousness, identity, the struggle for individual freedom and survival in a changing and unknown world.
On the other hand, The Guardian of the Plaza welcomes visitors in Hall Ruy Diaz de Guzman which brings together graphics of Felix Toranzos where objects and landscapes of Constitution Plaza (former Plaza Mayor, from the Historic Center of Asunción) in sketches created through graphic stories, and paintings by Natalia Martínez, where from old photographs, she narrates with her expressive and confident brushstrokes memorable moments of time.
So too, the Castelvi House houses the group show entitled Customs and traditionswhich brings together the works of forty artists under the curatorship of María Eugenia Ruíz and where the main axis is focused on highlighting some aspects related to customs and traditions, the way of being and doing of Paraguayans.
The public will be able to tour the Memory Museum of the City of Asunciónlocated in the Viola House in which you can see documents, texts, objects, paintings, graphics, daily elements of the life of the city from different eras, which tell the history of the capital from its foundation to the present.
It will also open its doors on Diffusion Center of the Audiovisual and Photographic Archive of Paraguaylocated in Casa Serra, this exhibition covers the cinematographic history of the country, specifically in the support of celluloid or film and proposes a collective movement to protect, recover and preserve the national film heritage.
In turn, the Paraguayan Harp Museum. Located in the Ballario House, collects the most significant relics of this noble instrument. With objects donated to the Commune of Asunción by relatives of renowned national harpists, this museum treasures one of the most important wings of musical heritage, where the collection consists of the first harps from great bastions such as Nicolasito Caballero or Tito Acuña. As well as other relics of harpists such as Félix Pérez Cardozo (father of this instrument), Ismael Ledesma, César Cataldo, Cristino Báez Monges and others.
Adjacent is the Jose Asuncion Flores Museumwhere the collection of paintings, scores, books, press clippings, records and documents of Maestro José Asunción Flores, creator of the singular national musical genre called guarania, is protected.
The visiting hours of the museums will be from 08:00 to 19:00 on Friday, May 12, from 08:00 to 18:30 on Saturday, May 13, from 12:00 to 18:30 on Sunday, May 14 and 09:00 to 17:00 Monday, May 15. Access to the exhibitions will be from 8:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Friday May 12, Saturday 13 and Sunday May 14, and from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Monday, May 15.
All the shows, guided tours and exhibitions are free of charge. The masterclass will cost Gs. 100,000. For more information, the public can contact (0975) 589923.
The event is a joint production (public/private) between the Guaraní Cultural Circuit, the Hendú production company, the G5music Agency and the Oyenard Market of Casa Clari with the support of the Directorate of Culture and Tourism of the Municipality of Asunción.