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The Castle Tower of Silves hosts, between April 12 and July 10, the photography exhibition “Time Lapses – In the Algarve, a Parar o Tempo”, by João António Fazenda. The exhibition portrays images of an Algarve, fleeting and changeable, real or dreamed but always beautiful, captured by the photographer, with his eyes, with his underlying imaginary, also marked by the passing of time. According to the author, an Algarve photographer, “to photograph is to make a cut in time; it is, in a way, to stop it, the instant the camera’s shutter is released. The resulting images are pieces of time that are retained in them.” The exhibition takes place as part of the commemorations of the International Day for Monuments and Sites. Enjoy the heritage and discover the magnificent images of João António Fazenda.

This exhibition explores the affinities between gastronomy and art, having as protagonists the best Portuguese chefs and plastic artists, who focus on their culinary and artistic works a dialogue inspired by the canning industry. From “Eat & Art”, which is part of the CAN THE CAN project, a book and a set of 18 works of art were born, with the theme of the canning industry and 18 dishes, using a Portuguese canned food product. The initiative explores the creative component of two apparently distant activities, but united by common elements throughout history, evoking and celebrating this connection between the taste of preserves and art, meeting again, in this exhibition at the Portimão Museum, in the space where used an old cannery.

An exhibition on maritime themes, it evokes the figure of King D. Carlos and his strong relationship with the sea, giving special emphasis to the photographic work, carried out during trips along the Algarve coast, aboard the yacht “D. Amelia”, at the end of the 19th century. 19th and beginning of the 19th century. XX. From this oceanographic passion, and in addition to the images captured in the Algarve, it is possible to observe, among other pieces, one of his cameras and respective tripod, an on-board chair and the so-called “Botica”, a portable pharmacy used in his travels. sea, as well as one of the buoys belonging to the royal vessel. This exhibition is a pioneering initiative of the Portimão Museum, in close collaboration with the Casa de Bragança Foundation, the Maritime Museum and the Pharmacy Museum, which will reveal images from another time, of the people and landscapes of the coast and the Algarve sea. .

“DE POLO TO POLO” EXHIBITION, by the La Caixa Foundation Patent from June 14th to July 17th Location: Avenida dos Descobrimentos (opposite the Lagos Courthouse) Free access From the Arctic to the Antarctic, we want to show you some of the most spectacular natural spaces on Earth, many of which are known as hotspots, terrestrial ecoregions recognized for their high biodiversity, high level of endemic species (that only live there) and that are seriously threatened by human activity. . More than half of the world’s plant species and more than a third of mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians inhabit just 2.3% of the earth’s surface, most of them in the tropics, habitats that are being rapidly destroyed. The loss of biodiversity is alarming and increasing at a rate never seen before. According to Conservation International, 38 hotspots have currently been identified worldwide. Although these areas once covered approximately 16% of the Earth’s land surface, currently, 86% of their habitat has been destroyed. This traveling exhibition aims to show the beauty and diversity of the planet’s natural spaces, as well as their threats and create a space for reflection on the effects of the high rate of species extinction and the […]

CONTACT AND IMPROVISATION WORKSHOP PERFORMING ARTS WORKSHOPS Monday to Saturday | 16:00 Target audience: actors and dancers with experience or training in the area and performing arts students Duration: 20 hours Age rating: over 16 years old Prices: €30.00; cycle of 3 workshops 10% discount Registration: assproducao@teatrodasfiguras.pt with Ana Borges The Movement Technique “Contact – Improvisation” adopted by Dance and other Performing Arts, had its origin in the USA, being initially used by all people in general, without specific dance training. Used later by Steve Paxton and other dancers, it is currently used in different Dance and Theater Companies, with a fusion of the entertainment and social contact character, with more performative aspects. This workshop aims to share the basics of “Contact-improvisation” work, such as “rolling points”, “jumping points”, “slide”, weight transfer and transport. The aim of this workshop is to find in technique, ways of locomotion in space and communication through movement in contact with the other. Self-confidence, decision-making capacity and surrender to the movement and actions of the body are developed, strengthening the relationship with space, reviewing the importance of the individual as a whole. In addition to the surface of the body, contact can be made with […]

Rolling Loud Portugal With a worldwide reputation for excellence, the Rolling Loud Festival, which claims to be the biggest hip-hop festival in the world, is finally on its way to Europe, with a lineup of excellence featuring some of the biggest names and rising stars in the world. world rap scene. More info https://www.rollingloudportugal.com/

JAM session – Live Music/Live Music Live musical improvisation session, in which jazz, rock or pop musicians gather, with musicians present in the audience invited to participate. “To jam is to improvise music without extensive preparation or predefined arrangements.”

Golden Dawn, every thurday night at Viva La Ciccia. Book now! +351 926 977 615 info@vivalaciccia.pt Várzea da Orada, Rancho da Orada Parcela G 8200-371 Albufeira, Portugal

LIFE…Once upon a time, by Ballet Studio Gwen Morris July 7th and 8th | 8:30 pm July 9 | 18:00 Location: Lagos Cultural Center – Duval Pestana Auditorium Org.: Ballet Studio Gwen Morris Duration: 60m Age Class: M6 Tickets: 10 € Dance show by the students of Ballet Studio Gwen Morris with interpretation of the various stages of our lives.