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MON promotes exhibition with 200 benches made by indigenous people of Brazil. Photo: Raphael Costa.

MON promotes exhibition with 200 benches made by indigenous brazilians

The opening will be on the day 23 of June, in the room 6. Curated by Marisa Moreira Salles and Tomas Alvim. The BEĨ Collection was born from an aesthetic fascination with the beauty of shapes, colors, seat graphics and textures ...

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Work "Terceira Island Ruins", 2012, of Orlando Azevedo. Photo: Orlando Azevedo.

Exhibition by photographer Orlando Azevedo at the Oscar Niemeyer Museum enters the last week

“The Labyrinth of Light” celebrates the 50 Orlando Azevedo's years of photography. Are 237 images, curated by Rubens Fernandes Junior, that can be seen by the public in the Room 1. The Oscar Niemeyer Museum (MON) features, until this sunday ...

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Exhibition "Sensitive Trajectories". Disclosure.

Vernissage Sensitive Trajectories

From 28 April to 14 In June, Galeria DeArtes hosts the exhibition Sensitive Trajectories. Held in partnership with the advanced projects of Criticism and Curation and Sculpture of Visual Arts students at the Federal University of Paraná, ...

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Brazil Symphony Orchestra, Brazil Poland Ties. Photo: Disclosure.

Orquestra Sinfonia Brasil celebrates Polish immigration with concerts in Brusque and Curitiba

Ties Brasil Poland welcomes the distinguished Polish pianist for concerts with the Orquestra Sinfonia Brasil, This weekend. Conducted by Norton Morozowicz, piano solos by Rafael Luszczewski, celebrate the 150 years of Polish immigration in Curitiba. A ...

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Gustavo Surgik, featured. Photo: Disclosure.

new cultural space, Regina Casillo Theater receives Ties Brasil Poland program

Ties Brasil Poland Chamber music concert with international artists opens the Ties Brasil Poland program, This Thursday (28/10). There are four concerts in all, with artistic direction by Norton Morozowicz, that celebrate the 150 years of polish immigration ...

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With adaptations and protocols, Camerata choir and orchestra return to the stage. Photo: Disclosure.

With adaptations and protocols, Camerata choir and orchestra return to the stage

After a year and eight months apart, the Camerata Antiqua Choir from Curitiba returns to the stage next to the Orchestra, This weekend, for the Crossings concert, in the chapel Santa Maria. Camerata is a maintained musical group ...

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Street of citizenship of Boqueirão. Photo: Disclosure.

Project brings free and quality music to Ruas da Cidadania

Composers from Paraná are the highlights in presentations in the 10 Regionals Classical music will involve the Ruas da Cidadania in October and November. Are 10 free and open presentations to the community, one in each Administrative Region. The ...

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Camerata Antiqua of Curitiba, Ride. Photo: Daniel Castilian.

Camerata promotes in-person concerts for the second semester

Scheduled until December, the Camerata Antiqua of Curitiba disseminates agenda of face-to-face concerts of the second semester of 2021. There will be ten concerts - between performances by the orchestra, of the choir and the complete formation of the Camerata. The premiere will be at the Chapel ...

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MON - Oscar Niemeyer Museum. Photo: Alessandro Vieira - AEN.

MON holds an exhibition of African art with pieces recently added to its collection

The exhibition “Africa, Artistic Expressions of a Continent”, held by the Oscar Niemeyer Museum, presented by Copel and made possible by the government of the State of Paraná, can be seen by the public from 31 August, in the room 4. It is an excerpt of the grand donation made. ...

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Frida Kahlo Museum, Ana Bittar's Works, Esther Poroger and João Ribeiro, respectively - featured. Disclosure.

FRIDA KAHLO MUSEUM, by Rosângela Vig

Renew yourself. Reborn in yourself. Multiply your eyes, to see more. Multiply your arms, to sow everything. Destroy the eyes whom have seen. Creates others for new visions. Destroy the arms they have sown. to forget ...

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