Exhibitions, Cinema and Free Concerts at the Catholic School of Arts in Porto

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For three days, the Catholic School of Arts in Porto will offer new students and the general public with the presentation of projects by final year students in an exhibition that brings together various exhibitions, film sessions, concerts, conversations, and performances.

The sessions will take place in several spaces of the Escola das Artes and admission is free for all those who want to attend from September 16th to 18th.

Exhibitions, film sessions, concerts, conversations and performances – These are the various artistic suggestions that the Catholic School of Arts in Porto presents to the public during this week, from 16 to 18 September.

All sessions are free of charge, subject to prior booking and space capacity. There are three days in which it will be possible to share an artistic and cultural environment, giving the project students the opportunity to show their work and new students and the general public to get to know promising talents in the arts.

In addition to the sessions, the 20-21 Yearbook will be launched, where all projects will be gathered.

For the first day of the program, the following stand out: the presentation of the book “E Era Outra Coisa” presented by Helena Gil da Costa; concert by Gregory Liz; launch of the yearbook and movie sessions “Sónia” by Maria Moreira, “Guardião” by Guilherme Gilman, “Living Water” by Rafael Serralheiro, Viana em nos” by Francisco Monteiro de Magalhães and “Azucrinado” by Carolina do Lago.

For the second day: Guided visit to the facilities and presentation of works; Guilherme Cruz concert, exhibitions and film sessions. On the third day, in addition to more exhibitions and film sessions, it will also be possible to watch the AEEA concert.

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