The Last Forest

Sesc-SP makes special program for Indigenous Diversity Day

Lectures, debates and a webseries take advantage of the date to draw attention to indigenous cultures and their respective struggles

Agenda: Check out the highlights of the week August 11-17

Opening of the new Cultural Center of the Liceu de Artes e Ofícios de SP, Regina Silveira at MuBE and a collective at Carbono are some of the highlights

International symposium discusses transformations in the visual arts

The event in São Paulo features Moacir dos Anjos, Maria Lucia Bueno Ramos, Mônica Hoff, Nathalie Moureau, Néstor García Canclini and Paul O'Neill
Flip 2021 Highlights

Flip 2021: Check out program highlights

Main Program of the 19th edition will be broadcast on the web and is inspired by plants and forests; among the confirmed names are Margaret Atwood, David Diop, Itamar Vieira Junior, Ailton Krenak and Alice Walker

Agenda: Check out highlights from the 25th to the 31st of August

Art-vehicle, art as a means of communication at Sesc Pompéia; Romy Pocztaruk's solo show at Zipper and Berna Reale at Nara Roesler SP are unmissable

Casa de Cultura do Parque offers free workshops and opens a new...

With a group show by Germana Monte-Mór, Paulo Monteiro and Solange Pessoa, a solo show by Luís Teixeira, a series of works by Estela Sokol and intergenerational activities, the institution offers a wide range of programs in the city of São Paulo

Festival Varilux 2021: check out highlights

French cinema show passes through 50 Brazilian cities and brings acclaimed works such as "Titane", by Julia Ducournau, winner of the Palme d'Or, in Cannes

Agenda: Check out the highlights from the 15th to the 21st of September

Annual exhibition of Portuguese video art at Galpão VB, an immersion in Rafael's work at the Centro Cultural FIESP and a collective exhibition at Galeria Athena are unmissable next week

Agenda: check out the highlights from week 18 to 24/8

Radical Women at the Pinacoteca, Milton Dacosta at the Almeida e Dale Gallery, opening of the Bienal Naifs do Brasil and Bob Wolfenson at the Porto Seguro Cultural Space are unmissable programs

FAMA has an intense schedule on the last weekend of November

The institution will inaugurate a new space, FAMA Campo, in the city of Mairinque, and the headquarters in Itu will receive new exhibitions