What to do this weekend in Buenos Aires: immersive visit to the Botanical Garden and origami at the Japanese Garden

Lollapalooza 2022 continues its programming

The mega-festival kicked off on Friday and will welcome more than 300,000 people. East Saturday 19 and Sunday 20from 11:30 a.m., at the San Isidro Hippodrome, great artists such as Miley Cyrus, Foo Fighters, The Strokes and Martin Garrix. More than 100 international and national groups and soloists will also perform at the event.

Lollapalooza Argentina returns with its seventh edition (Photo: Press).By: Bennett Sell-Kline

Vicente López Festival on Stage 2022

The seventh edition of Vicente López Festival on stage ends this weekend. With the direction and general production of the Ministry of Culture of Vicente López, and under the artistic direction of Silvia Gómez Giusto, the event has as its central axis the documentary performing arts.

This weekend ends the Vicente López on Stage Festival (Photo: Press).
This weekend ends the Vicente López on Stage Festival (Photo: Press).

This weekend “I have everything – Essay for a community work” is presented by the prestigious Vivi Tellas, who set about creating a staging from an open call to neighbors by Vicente López who contributed unique neighborhood stories, personal experiences and secrets.

All activities are free. Tickets are to be collected 1 hour before each performance on site. Maximum two per person.

A “Sound Garden” at the Botanic

An immersive theatrical experience offers a visit to the Carlos Thays Botanical Gardenlistening four short pieces through a mobile app. The texts belong to authors from different regions of the country and are interpreted by women.

The Carlos Thays Botanical Garden offers a different theatrical experience (Photo: Town Hall).
The Carlos Thays Botanical Garden offers a different theatrical experience (Photo: Town Hall).

Every visitor can take the tour by downloading the “Sound Garden – Stations on the cell phone” app. He stands out listening points identified in space. The activity does not require Wi-Fi or mobile data, only a mobile phone and headphones.

Sound Garden will take place Tuesday to Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. until March 22.

Origami Day at the Japanese Garden

Within the campaign “A million origami for a better world”the Japanese Garden will host this Sunday 20 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.origami workshops, games, raffles and other surprises.

30 to 40 minute workshops will be given in the Tokyo Room (1st floor of the building) with limited places. To attend and learn different origami techniques, it is necessary to register in advance 15 minutes before the start of each shift. In addition, participants will be able to participate in the campaign by placing their origami with a wish on the mural located in the Campana de la Paz sector.

The conference is held as part of the campaign
The conference is held within the framework of the campaign “A million origami for a better world” (Japanese Garden Press).

From 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. “Origami Rally”. To participate you must request the coupon book in any of the sectors and complete it with the stamps obtained by completing different challenges. Ultimately, it can be used for play for prizes.

The Japanese Garden is located on Av. Casares and Av. Figueroa Alcorta. General admission is $416. Children under 12 and over 65 do not pay admission, as do people with a disability certificate.

“Tell him that I am French”: a work where sign language is the protagonist

The actress Gabriela Bianco creates and acts in this play which takes place on two levels: between the individual and the exchange with an actress in sign language. The artist grew up in a home with deaf parents, which is why she considers herself bilingual: she speaks Spanish and also sign language.

“Tell him that I am French”, an inclusive play (Photo: Press).

The play tells the story of a woman playing music in a social club for deaf people, while reviewing anecdotes from his childhood, the relationship that his deaf parents have at home and abroad, in the hearing world. The gaze of a girl is brought into play, observing what happens to them as a family and what happens to her from all that.

  • Area 623: Pasco 623
  • Functions: Saturday at 9 p.m.on side B, March 5, April 9 and May 14, at 9 p.m.

Virginia Lago realizes “They told us we were going to be queens”

This book invites you to share the story of four memorable women: Niní Marshall, Victoria Ocampo, Lola Mora and Alejandra Pizarnik. The project is the result of a collective work, in which an in-depth study was carried out on the life and works of inspiring women.

"They told us we were gonna be queens" is directed by Virginia Lago (Photo: Press).
“They Told Us We Were Gonna Be Queens” is directed by Virginia Lago (Photo: Press).

Through autobiographies, documentaries, interviews, testimonies, audios and literary works, the actresses and the director managed to enter their bodies to transmit the advanced spirit that characterized and distinguished them.

Virginia Lago here takes the direction of Stella Cazal, Sonia Grimberg, Gabriela Sintas and Paula Trucchi. Sundays in March and April at 8 p.m. to El Tinglado Theater.

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