From the renovated building of an old fish cannery, on the right bank of the River Arade, rises the Museum of Portimão, which invites you to discover the origins and evolution of its community, its territory and the most striking aspects of its industrial history and maritime. HOURS OF OPERATION *** SEPTEMBER 1st to JULY 31st Tuesday (14:30 – 18:00) Wednesday to Friday (10:00 am to 6:00 pm) Saturday and Sunday (10:00 am – 1:00 pm) (last entry 30 minutes before closing) Closed: Monday, and National Holidays *** AUGUST 1 to 31 *** Tuesday (19:30 – 23:00) Wednesday to Sunday (15:00 – 23:00) Free Admission – Sunday (15h00 – 19h00) (last entry 30 minutes before closing) Closed – Monday, Tuesday (until 7:30 pm) and on National Holidays PRICES General – 3€
FIONA GRAY Born in the United Kingdom, he has lived in the Algarve for several years, where he has developed a great creative activity in the field of painting and jewellery. Her work is essentially descriptive with a great predominance of landscapes with bright and contrasting colors. She frequently exhibits in galleries in the Algarve. https://www.instagram.com/loot_and_booty/ CLEAR CABRAL She was born in Mozambique in 1955 and came to Portugal in June 1977. She has a degree in Modern Languages and Literature, from the Faculty of Letters of the University of Lisbon, and a postgraduate degree in an editorial field. From a very early age, she felt a great fascination for photography, paying special attention to contrasts in light, color and luminosity. In December 2015, she did a small initiation workshop in drawing and watercolor and, in March 2016, she started to paint as a self-taught person. If until then photography had fascinated her with all its nuances, now, picking up the brushes and sliding the ink across the paper, trying to reproduce color, light and brightness, became a much greater and more passionate challenge. In December 2016 and January 2017, she attended two more watercolor workshops at the Marquês de […]
The Mediterranean Diet Fair returns to Tavira, between the 7th and 10th of September. This year we celebrate the 10th anniversary of the approval of the inscription of the seven countries that presented the Mediterranean Diet candidacy for Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) of Humanity, by UNESCO, in the city of Baku, Azerbaijan, on December 4, 2013 , and the 20th anniversary of the Convention for the Safeguard of the PCI, Paris 17 October 2003. The Mediterranean Diet, whose representative community in Portugal is Tavira, is a living heritage of the entire country, in line with UNESCO Conventions and with increasing national and international relevance. It is investigated and studied by different sciences, being a legacy of the civilizations that originated our cultural identity, language and ways of living, producing and eating, essential to the valorization and strengthening of regional economies. This year’s program reflects the broad partnership work that has been developed since the first edition, and which includes an institutional fair with the presence of other countries, national, regional and local institutions, various intangible cultural heritage classified by UNESCO, exhibitors of crafts and traditional products, botanical and seed displays, restaurants, gastronomic demonstrations, tastings and snacks, Portuguese and Mediterranean music […]
From September 8th, Casa Manuel Teixeira Gomes will exhibit a set of paintings by Patico under the suggestive title “Fernando Pessoa, from Pessoa to People”, open until October 31st. Patico, Francisco Alberto’s artistic name, is from Monforte, where he was born in 1971, and currently resides in Lagoa, using drawings, mixed painting techniques and collages in his paintings. With a vast exhibition curriculum and some literary editions, the artist explains that from poetic writing, from figurative to abstract, he reveals “carved, sculpted and plastic feelings, coming from my intro and retrospective album, built in the light of Fernando Pessoa, other people – some better known than others -, things and places of water, salt, sun, sweat… and tears.” “This look therefore intends to go beyond the passion and fascination that I have for his genius, work and, as well, for the galactic public person(s) that the Poet contains, which transport us to multiple dimensions (concrete, abstract…)”, says Patico.
Who wants to help DECIDE the program for the 6th F.O.I. Festival? – JUST send a YES and the NAME until the 5th of September to the mail: firstname.lastname@example.org The F.O.I. is a Performing Arts and Astronomy Festival that takes place in 3 locations in the Municipality of Lagos: Praia da Luz – Bensafrim – Odiáxere. It proposes a program over three days [ 29 and 30 Sep and 1 Oct] based on the trilogy Arts – Astronomy – Heritage and wants to explore the dichotomy of Lagos: Sea-Earth | Interior-Coast. + INFO | Community meetings: WHEN? 8 – 11 – 14 September[6:30pm-7:30pm] WHO? All AS? people meeting WHY? we are all important Program Announcement: 15 Sep Questions and/or proposals: email@example.com SUBSCRIBE!
If being a Dj is what you want and what you like, here’s your chance to show what you’re worth!!! Registration here: https://www.even3.pt/e/batalha-de-djs-363998… More info @khaled_prox
9 stages, 60 concerts and contagious energy 🤩💯 Check the schedules of the “Last Great Summer Festival” www.festivalf.pt
LIVE & LOUD FEST 2023 ————————- From 6th to 10th September Special 5 days, 5 decades since April 74 ————————- Event included in the Celebrations of the 50th anniversary of the 25th of April, with the support of the Portimão City Council and Portimão Parish Council. ————————- Free entry to Alameda da República de Portimão ————————- Info: http://www.marginalia.pt/