The virtual museum Miguel Sabido, The Works and the Days, is inaugurated


Recognized and loved in the world of entertainment and culture, the maestro Miguel Sabido, possessor of an impeccable career; inaugurated its free access virtual museum which bears its name and which It shows a huge collection of his career and a great legacy.

Of the teacher

Playwright, producer and director, this is one of the strengths of Miguel Sabido, an institution in cinema, theater and television.

His name and his career are not only recognized in our country, but also abroad, in frontiers that very few have managed to reach and conquer. Currently, Miguel Sabido, in addition to his theatrical projects, He is one of the most outstanding researchers of Mexican theater.

Miguel Sabido is undoubtedly one of the most artistically fertile men, more than 50 national and international awards support his career. During his career, he has always combined production, direction and dramaturgy.

Among the many things that are due to the teacher is his great cultural and artistic legacy for the pastorelas, since this man maintains the tradition of these performances. On the other hand, Sabido designed the methodology “Training with proven social benefits » which also had an English translation and has now spread worldwide.

Many of your colleagues consider everything a book and even a legendIt is because of the great cultural and artistic heritage that this man is.

From your virtual museum

Recently inaugurated in a conference and simple ceremony held in the Manuel M. Ponce Hall of the Palacio de Bellas Artes with friends, media, artists and guests; the launch of the Miguel Sabido Museum, Los trabajos y los días, took place.

At 85, the teacher Miguel Sabido enthusiastically embarks on a new and ambitious cultural adventure that seeks to make tangible in the digital world a legacy which, thanks to its efforts, today has the potential to be preserved and enriched for the benefit of future generations.

This non-profit virtual museum, currently under construction, will house much of the work that the master Miguel Sabido who has evolved throughout his professional career in different areas of culture in Mexico, such as its plays, pastorelas, books, films, television, entertainment education and interviews with cultural figures in Mexico, among other pieces of museographic heritage.

The Museum is divided into four parts. The first consists of 30 video recordings in the Nahuatl language on the origin of evangelization theatre, political theater and catechist theatre.

This site reflects a methodology followed to preserve the ceremonies of the original cultures, which are part of the cultural heritage of all humanity.

The second part houses a museography focused on the rescue that Maestro Sabido made throughout his professional career of Mexican popular ritual theater, as one of the most important intangible cultural heritages of Mexico.

This theater is not only part of the cultural manifestations that give us an identity as a nation, but also explains a good part of the rituals, ceremonies and stage liturgies that we still follow today in the political, commercial, social and cultural life of our country. . With 117 recorded ceremonies, The Museo Miguel Sabido seeks to contribute to the rescue and preservation of this cultural wealth.

The third part consists of a repository of 30 conversations of Miguel Sabido with great cultural personalities who lived in the 20th century “The Golden Age of Mexican Culture”, such as: Alfredo López Austin, Armando Colina, Beatriz Espejo, Carmen Parra, Delia Rendón, Eduardo Lizalde, Elena Poniatowska, Eduardo Matos Moctezuma, Farnesio de Bernal, Fernando Lozano, Fernando Macotela, Héctor Vasconcelos, Ignacio López Tarso, Irene Sabido, Jaime Labastida, Margo Glantz, Martha Chapa, Martha Julia Toriz, Martha Zavaleta, Mercedes de la Garza, Miguel Ángel Herros, Miguel León Portilla, Nellie Happee and Susana Alexander.

The fourth part is composed of all the works of the master Sabido such as his pastorelas, his stagings, his poetry and his theatrical fresco on historical women, which includes the works “False Chronicle of Juana la Loca”, “Conquista”, “Tonantzin La Virgen of Guadalupe”, “The Masks of Sor Juana”, “The Delusions of Carlota Emperatriz”, “Una Pinche Soldadera” and “The Wars of Hidalgo”.

It is expected that in the future this museum will contain new sections and collections thanks to the effort and participation of civil, commercial and cultural organizations that contribute to its dissemination work. In the meantime, those interested can enter the following address to appreciate the above: www.museummiguelsabido.org

statements

“This work is the culmination of my career, for which I feel very satisfied and grateful. I have the enormous privilege of having preserved a large part of my productions on video, reconstructions of the Nahuatl theater, the testimonies of my friends from the cultural milieu that we live in the 20th century as the golden age of culture Mexican, which will allow the public to explore this site as a form of communication completely different from television, cinema and literature »said Miguel Sabido.

“We are rapidly losing our cultural identity; With this project I seek to explore a new form of communication in order to contribute to saving part of the cultural identity of Mexico; It is a way of discovering our essence, our diversity. Today is one of the most important days of my life.”Miguel Sabido.

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