Diego Bragà is a non binary transdisciplinary artist who was born in Belo Horizonte (Brazil) and holds a master's degree in ‘Art Criticism, Theories and Curatorial Studies’, from the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Lisbon. Previously, studied a BA in "Social Communication", researching Lygia Clark’ live art; Also studied dance (ballet/ modern/ jazz/ contemporary) and theater at the London International School of Performing Arts; Having received the following grants from: the Sundance Film Festival; Sundance Ignite; British Council/Creative Scotland; Goethe Institut; Fine Arts ULisboa and Self Mistake.
Their creations have already been presented at: Temps d’ Images Festival, National Theatre of Scotland, Almagro Festival, SESC, FUNARTE, CCBB, Queer Film Festival, Edinburgh Festival, Rough Mix and Sundance Film Festival.
As a creator in the performing arts, they has already received the awards CenaMinas, CenaMúsica, CulturaCopa and revelation artist for Encontro. They has worked as an interpreter for Julie Beauvais, Horace Lundd, Susan Worsfold, Jêróme Bel, Tiago Rodrigues, Mickael de Oliveira, Albano Jerónimo and Anna Dora Dorno. They studied and learned with Thomas Prattki, Amy Russell, Thomas Ostermeier, Marina Abramovic, Vânia Rovisco, Meg Stuart, Elaine Reis, Denise Pedron and Fernando Limoeiro.