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Tiago Patrício
 
Tiago Patrício (b. 1979, Funchal) has a MD in Pharmaceutical Sciences by the University of Lisbon.
Did several workshops in theatre with Jean Paul Buchieri and João Brites.
Was in "Grupo de Teatro de Letras" with Ávila Costa, in 2006 and 2007.
Was selected for an artist residency in Prague in November 2007, by the Linhart Foundation and "Clube Português de Artes e Ideias" and did a reading at the Archa Theatre in Prague.
Did artistic residences in Tunis (2007), Izmir (2009) and Prague (2010).
Won the prize "Daniel Faria" in 2009 with the poetry book, "Livro das Aves" (Book of Birds).
Has been selected for Young Artists Programme, by "Clube Português de Artes e Ideias", since 2007 to 2010.
Was selected for the Biennial of Young Artists from Europe and Mediterranean in Skopje, in the literature area in 2009.
Was co-creator, with the Slovenian writer Glorjana Veber, of the poetry instalation “49 Gates”, during the Young Artists Biennale in Skopje and made the video “49th Gate”, presented at Škuc Gallery in Ljubljana, in 2009.
Had a Mention in the Theatre Prize, "Antonio Jose da Silva," in 2010 for his play "Czechoslovakia", with a reading at the National Theatre D. Maria II.
"Cartas de Praga" (Letters from Prague) was selected as the best book of poetry published in 2009 and 2010 by the "Núcleo de Artes e Letras de Fafe"
Gave poetry classes to a group of residents of the Psychiatric Hospital of Telhal and is preparing an anthology with some of the texts from the sessions, "Sete Poetas no Telhal" (Seven Poets in Telhal).
Started a partnership with the Japanese singer Hana Kogure and wrote 9 songs for their first album and did a series of concerts in Porto, Aveiro, Coimbra and Lisbon.
His poetry is translated to Arabic and published in the antology “NOTAbook”, in Alexandria, 2011
Writes drama for two theatre companies EstacaZero (Porto) and Teatromosca (Sintra).
Wrote short plays "Snipers" and "Lugares" and children's plays "Paula Rego" and "Helen Keller". The play Helen Keller was invited to join a theatre festival in Klaipėda (Lithuania) in 2011. Latvia
Worked as, pharmacist in Vila do Bispo (Algarve) and in the Prison Hospital (Caxias).
Studies Philosophy in the University of Lisbon.


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