BRIEF INTRODUCTION 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€
The inauguration of the temporary exhibition “Manuel Guerreiro, O Homem do Jazz” is scheduled for 5 pm on May 20, which will be on display at the Portimão Museum until September 3 next. The basis of this exhibition is Manuel Guerreiro’s (1932-2005) love for music and passion for jazz, his relevant and creative musical career and the recognition of an intense artistic activity, among his peers and throughout the world. In addition to highlighting Manuel Guerreiro’s strong desire to share and encourage a taste for music in the jazz clubs he created (“O Caldeirão”/Ferragudo and “Manoel’s Jazz Club”/Monte Carvoeiro), the exhibition is a well-deserved tribute and a special tribute to his inspiring and dynamic life. The exhibition will recreate “various periods of the musician’s life, with objects, photographs, posters, memoirs, talking about this man who was one of the greatest Portuguese jazz saxophonists, with a great predisposition, since he was a child, for music. On show will be, for example, a replica of the stage, as well as tables and chairs from “Manoel’s Jazz Club”, in Monte Carvoeiro, the second and last of the jazz clubs founded by the musician.
Exhibition “And After Goodbye”, by Marques Valentim An exhibition of “Photographs with History” in black and white related to the last 50 years after April 25, 1974, the moments of our revolution from the Colonial War, through the April revolution and ending in the present day. These are unique photographs, recorded by Marques Valentim throughout his career as a photojournalist. All images have two captions, one relating the meaning of the moment it represents and the other smaller one describing the objective content of each photograph.
The Convent of S. José in Lagoa, in the municipality of Lagoa, and the artist João Ribeiro, invite you to the photographic exhibition “XXV João Ribeiro”. In the year in which the photographer and artist João Ribeiro celebrates the 25th anniversary of his career, Santa da Casa da Misericórdia de Tavira took the liberty of inviting him to a photographic exhibition that will be a retrospective of his career. João Ribeiro, in the course of his life, went through a military career at the service of the Portuguese air force, deepened what was a hobby and became a professional photographer, president of the association of photographers of the Algarve, trainer and teacher in the field of photography, leading many photography enthusiasts deepening their taste for photography and some of their students even becoming professional photographers. In Portugal he was awarded some prizes and mentions, but it was beyond borders that he became better known, taking the flag of Portugal to Saudi Arabia for three consecutive years at the world art exhibition HAMASAT, in the neighboring country, in Spain he was awarded the SPAIN NATIONAL Photography Award in 2021 and with his exhibitions in galleries and museums, he made his works […]
Mediterranean Artistic Center Project (MECA) Five Andalusian artists will be present at the Municipal Museum of Faro, on the 3rd of June, from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm. In direct contact with the public, they will create their own works live, based on three concepts: Visual Action, Sound Action and Contemporary Poetic Action, developing them according to the vision of each one. The public will be able to watch the various stages of production of the works and experience the dialogues that are established between the different participants.