Galeria Municipal opens "Them or us!"
"Them or Us!" is a display of a collective science fiction, social and political project that draws on the impact of fear and intolerance. It opens June 2nd at Galeria Municipal do Porto, starting at 9.30 pm.
"Design by Porto, Porto by Design"exhibition opens to the public May 30, at Edifício dos Correios
The exhibition "Design by Porto, Porto by Design: 4 years of design of Porto City Hall", opens to the public, May 30, starting at 7 pm at Palácio dos Correios.
"Serralves Collection: 1960-1980" a must see exhibition at Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art
Under the title "Serralves Collection: 1960-1980", the Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art in Porto is having a nine-month exhibition of a selection of works by Portuguese and international artists, as parts of the displays produced in the decades of 1960 and 1980.
Eurovision Song Contest 2017 winner is Portugal
Portugal's first ever winner of the Eurovision Song Contest is Salvador Sobral. The song "Amar pelos dois" written by Luísa Sobral, none other than Salvador's sister, has conquered an overwhelming first place at the Eurovision song contest.
DDD Festival features Alain Platel and three world premieres
The DDD Festival - Days of Dance, now in its last week, features Alain Platel, the paradigmatic choreographer who premieres "Nicht Schlafen" in Portugal, 8 and 9 May, at 9:30 pm.
Clérigos in Porto win EU Prize for Cultural Heritage/Europa Nostra Awards 2017
The Clérigos Church and Tower in Porto, Portugal, is the winner of a EU Prize for Cultural Heritage/Europa Nostra Awards 2017 category Conservation.
Porto City Hall announces the finalists of Paulo Cunha e Silva Art prize
Porto City Hall has announced the names of the 48 Grand Finalists of the Paulo Cunha e Silva Art Prize, chosen by a committee made up of the most relevant curators at international level.
Short film from Instituto Multimédia in Porto is awarded in England
The short film "Livre", directed by Pedro Nogueira and Tomás Cazaux, from Instituto Multimédia (Porto), was awarded Best Film and Best Drama in the independent filmmakers category in the Harrogate Festival, in England.
"Samedi Détente" premieres this evening at Teatro Campo Alegre
Through dance and singing, Dorothea Munyaneza recalls the memory of places she loved and people who are no more, due to tensions between the Hutu and Tutsi peoples, which have led to a civil war in Rwanda in 1994.
Focus Displacements at Teatro Campo Alegre
Municipal Theatre of Porto showcases this weekend, March 3 and 4, the shows by Dorothée Munyaneza, from Rwanda, and Mithkal Alzghair, from Syria, under Focus Displacements main theme.