Photography Exhibition Sagres Promontory [Sep 10 👉 Oct 4] Bishop’s Village, The extreme southwest of Europe. For a long time I called it the “Last Border Post”. A unique climate and landscape, a different and dichotomous Algarve, a point of passage, of visit, occasionally of fixation. Among those who stay here we find a little from all over the world. This project is a portrait of that special world and about a unique period in our lives. About the peace that some kids I met when I was 11 years old helped me find at the last border post where I lived. With everything that matters to me, family, and what we’ve learned to call home, space is so central to our well-being. Today, and looking back over the three years I lived here, it is with gratitude that I keep the memories of the places, the emptiness of the confinements and the joy of returning to normality. village of Bishop will always be all that. And those amazing kids and the stories they shared with me. I will always be grateful. Jorge F. Marques, I was born in 1973. I didn’t get to photography early, but I took the […]
“LAGOS, THE LAST STOP” EXHIBITION Patent from July 30th to December 30th | Tuesday to Saturday (10h00-18h00) Location: Lagos Cultural Center – Exhibition hall 1, 2 and 3 Org.: CM Lagos and National Railway Museum Foundation Free entry 2022 marks the 100th anniversary of the arrival of the train in Lagos. To mark the date, the municipality prepared a series of activities that include a photo-documentary exhibition at the Centro Cultural de Lagos, in partnership with the Fundação Museu Nacional Ferroviário, integrating images, historical documents, objects alluding to the activity, testimonies of former railway workers and users, among many other elements. Guided tours (September 24th, October 5th, November 1st and December 1st) by appointment: firstname.lastname@example.org
After the Lisbon and Braga editions, which added up to more than three thousand participants over seven days, the Festival Política is preparing a new edition for the city of Loulé. Between the 22nd and 24th of September, the Cineteatro Louletano will be the epicenter of the event’s premiere activities in the Algarve. Planned are three days filled with films, shows, music, humor and conversations, with disinformation as a transversal theme. The festival’s events are free to access and are committed to inclusion – all film sessions are subtitled in Portuguese (including Portuguese) and all activities are accompanied by translation into Portuguese Sign Language. The schedule will be released soon. The festival’s organization, in collaboration with the Portuguese Institute of Sport and Youth, has open applications for artistic creation and civic intervention grants, for young people up to 30 years old residing in the Algarve. The winners will integrate the Festival program in Loulé. Each grant is worth 500 euros, covering literature, music, performing arts, visual arts, video or training. The subject of the proposal should address any issue related to human rights, civic or political participation or disinformation. To apply, just send a proposal and your CV and/or portfolio […]
Portugal a Dançar is a competition that travels across the country in search of the greatest dance talents and which, in close proximity to local communities, allows all those who aspire to a career in this area to see their work properly valued, recognized and publicized.
It’s a gathering that brings together dance lovers from all over the world, with a spirit of love and awareness, to whom dance is a free form of expression and meditation. It takes place in Awakeland in Monchique, South Portugal.
This Friday the 23rd, the hottest Funk Party is at Club Vida with the SURTADAS DANCE – Ballerinas -Animation and interaction with the public -Dj Teagá Come early, entry for the ladies is free until 2am!! Men €10
The Ideias do Levante association will organize an open Yoga Flow class for (over 16 years old) and adults, in Portimão. This class will be led by the facilitator Johanna Hessling, at Espaço Portas do Sol, on September 24, 2022, at 08:00 am. #Contents Yoga Flow incorporates Yoga postures, with gentle and moderate sequences, breathing work, silent meditation and guided relaxation to help improve the connection and awareness between the body, breath and mind, increase flexibility and strength, relieve anxiety, depression, etc. # facilitator Johanna Hessling began her journey around yoga at the age of 6 when she started meditating with her father. In high school, she became a very active athlete and found yoga as a way to stretch and soothe sore muscles. One day, she realized that meditation and asana were linked, and since then she has never stopped. Over the last 15 years, he has practiced different styles of yoga, fell deeply in love with Vinyasa Flow, studying and receiving his certification (200 hours) from Laugh Lotus in New York (USA) in 2015 and attended a course (25 hours) of Regenerative Yoga in 2017. Received certification to facilitate Yoga Nidra classes in 2021. Johanna Hessling teaches from […]
MUSICAL SESSIONS FOR BABIES AND CHILDREN: MUSIC AND MOVEMENT, with Ana Correia September 24 | 9:30 am, 10:30 am and 12:00 pm Location: Lagos Municipal Library Org.: CM Lagos Duration: 30m | 45m Participation is free, but subject to the limit of 7 babies/children per session (accompanied by 1 adult), with mandatory prior registration by phone 282 767 816, the Library’s Facebook page or email email@example.com Through music, body expression can be stimulated, allowing the child to adapt their body movement to different rhythms and also providing the baby or child with greater socialization. 9:30 am: babies up to 12 months (30m) 10:30 am: 1 and 2 year olds (45m) 12:00: 3 and 4 year olds (45m)
Junior Reading Club 24th – Saturday – 10:00 am The Junior Reading Club aims to promote books and reading among young people aged between 9 and 12 years old. This project aims to create autonomous reading habits, through guided dialogue with young people about the book they read, complemented by carrying out playful activities, duly programmed about the work under discussion. It is also intended that the members of this club can express a critical opinion about the books they read. Club sessions take place once a month, on Saturdays, at 10:00 am and have a maximum of 12 participants. Discussion of the book: “Story of a snail who discovered the importance of slowness” by Luis Sepúlveda Registration: firstname.lastname@example.org