sábado, 10 de outubro de 2015

A-HA PERFORMS SOCIAL PROJECTS IN BRAZIL


The Brazilian Korfball blog supports it discloses the tour of the Norwegian band a-ha in Brazil and all social projects undertaken by the musical group that is very successful in Brazil
A few hours after the show that made history of Pará municipality, on 3/10, the lead singer of a-ha, Morten Harket, visited Hydro's bauxite mine in Paragominas. The musician best met the company's actions in the area of Environment and planted a sapling of mahogany in the mine reforestation area, along with children's social project Caseca, supported by Hydro Paragominas. See the photos.

 
the lead singer of a-ha, Morten Harket, visited Hydro's bauxite mine in Paragominas. The musician best met the company's actions in the area of Environment and planted a sapling of mahogany in the mine reforestation area, along with children's social project Caseca, supported by Hydro Paragominas












See more records of the workshop held by the keyboardist of the band a-ha, Magne Fuluholmen, the Botanical Garden of Albras, with the collaboration of 10 students from public schools that participate in the Education for People program, developed by Hydro Alunorte.










 
 Magne Furuholmen has a breath of both! After only a few hours of the show in Barcarena, keyboardist of a-ha performs an artistic workshop at the Botanical Garden of Albras, with the collaboration of 10 students from public schools that participate in the Education for People program, developed by Hydro Alunorte.

Magne words teaches recording techniques in large clay blocks and leaves free children to create their own sculptures, which can result in production literature or any other medium of expression. The artist has performed similar actions in Europe and, last Monday, in Niterói, RJ.


Taking advantage of coming to Rock in Rio, the keyboardist of the band a-ha, Magne Furuholmen, today showed his skills as an artist in Niterói Contemporary Art Museum - MAC, in Rio de Janeiro. Magne also held a workshop with students from communities and public schools in the region. The workshop involved the printing words and messages in five large plates of clay, which will be exhibited in the museum courtyard and Solar Jambeiro, a cultural center that receives art exhibitions in Niteroi.








 
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