01oct to 15nov
Exposição | RESGATE/PROCURA
Faro | Teatro Municipal
tuesday to saturday from 13h to 19h30,
Mapeamento e resgate
schedule11h00 to 16h00
age rating m/12
duration 5 hours
price 15€ (includes lunch)
online tickets: www.ticketline.pt
Vasco Célio, Angola 1975, is a Portuguese photographer who lives in the Algarve. He develops a permanent reflection upon Portugal through a documentary vision. He has been exhibiting and publishing personal and collective works with institutions, curators, researchers and others on a regular basis.
Vasco Célio Portugal
This large format photography exhibition, presented in the foyer of the Teatro Municipal de Faro, is a complement and constitutes another way of presenting the project developed and presented in loco on Ilha da Culatra, which crosses heritage (material / immaterial) and research world-renowned,
carried out by teams of researchers from the University of Algarve dealing with urgent issues related to the safeguarding of that Island. We believe that in this way we facilitate the access of this information to a greater number of interested parties, contributing to make the community aware and aware of the need for everyone to intervene in the present in order to rescue the planet and positively condition the future.
mapeamento e resgate
Each and every occupant on this planet is to some extent an uncontrolled polluter who can play a decisive role in saving it. This potential tends to be exercised in different ways and intensities, which in many cases depend on the jobs we have but also on how our lives are affected by pollution and climate change.
With the sea in mind, more particularly the Ria Formosa, a sensitive and poorly protected territory, our challenge is to contribute towards the visibility of the work of teams of researchers from the University of Algarve that address urgent issues regarding the safeguarding of the barrier islands.
Through a large-format photography exhibition, tour and visit to the island, we provide both residents and visitors with images and information that can make us more pro-active, more aware but also more complicit in combating the changes to which our habitat is subjected.
* Participants can go to the Island by their own means or gather in Olhão to take the boat at 10h30.