So many art lovers have been waiting impatiently for the next ARTE ALGARVE OPEN, Portugal's largest group exhibition at Galeria Arte Algarve in Lagoa. This 12th edition exhibition has become a prestigious showcase of what the Algarve has achieved in modern art.
More than 40 painters, sculptors and photographers are pleased to present their best work.
The warm weather has finally returned and we enjoyed two good rides over the weekend. Saturdays ride was quite challenging over towards Santa Caterina da Fonte do Bispo, and then down to Tavira and then back to Moncarapacho.
Sundays ride was gentler towards Messines from Paderne.
The next Exposition at Aderita Gallery with artist Dio Lima is entitled "slight, slight", with the amazing and colorful works and sculptures of the artist Santomean.
The exhibition will be inaugurated on the April 10th 2015, at 19h00.
You can find details below of all events throughout April at the São Brás de Alportel Costume Museum. There is something for everyone, so don't miss out!
On Good Friday, 3rd April, there will be a competition party day at Pinetrees Riding Centre, Almancil.
The days starts at 10.00am with riding classes, kindly sponsored by Apple Construções, Lda, to be followed by the traditional Easter bonnet parade – ideal for all ages from tiny tots to grannies and a fancy dress on horseback (even the horse sometimes get dressed up!).
On 27 March 2015 at 6pm, Uschi Kuhn will open an exhibition with paintings of her Guardian Angels. Simultaneously, a book will be presented that tells the story of the angels.
Uschi Kuhn has dedicated her book and paintings to all women in the world. The female power is very important for peace on this planet.
Each Thursday morning a small and dedicated group meet to study and draw their responses to the male or female nude. The poses are short so they have to work fast.
Misjudgements are made and sometimes seen and redrawn. Everyone becomes more and more deeply concentrated, and as the poses become longer they have more time to see what's really there, and how endlessly fascinating this tangle of torso, limbs, head, hands and feet will always be to anyone who decides to explore, try to visually make sense of and draw.
Based on the marriage of King Charles II to the Portuguese Princess, Catherine of Braganza, ‘The Rhyming Diary of Mrs Pepys’ is a bawdy restoration comedy.
Following successful sell-out shows of ‘Rags to Riches’ the new play is written entirely in rhyme and features a cast of nine actors. Like her more famous husband - the diarist Samuel Pepys - Mrs Pepys recounts the sexual scandals and religious intrigues of the Royal Court in 17th century London. Based upon factual incidents, as the scenes unfold details of Catherine’s extravagant dowry and Charles’s lascivious appetite and seductive mistresses are revealed.